Bridget McCormick, RD
Bridget is a Registered Dietitian at Form Health who is passionate about her patients health and driven by their motivation. Bridget has years of experience in weight management and nutrition counseling, but also specializations in diabetes nutrition therapy and cooking demonstrations. Bridget attended Texas A&M University and received her Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science. She then completed her Masters of Science in Nutritional Science as well as her Dietetic Internship at Texas Woman's University. Bridget lives in Dallas, TX with her goldendoodle, Jamie. She spends her free time cooking, taking her dog on long walks, and playing in various city sports’ leagues such as kickball and flag football.
More about Bridget
What is one thing you would want patients to know about you?
I am a problem solver. There are many factors that influence our health, and I aim to find solutions to challenges in your life that may be preventing you from becoming your best self. I counsel in a non-judgmental environment and offer a safe space to dig deeper into health habits.
How do you go about making your treatment plans for Form Health patients?
We start with introductions. We discuss your past - what strategies you’ve tried, what you liked and disliked about each approach, and identify other factors that have influenced your relationship with food. Your history can provide vital information on what plan I think may work best for you. Then we discuss the present - your environment, support, diet intake, and physical activity. With this information, we start establishing focus areas and make step-by-step goals that gradually become your diet plan over time.
Why do you love working with Form Health patients?
I love how motivated my patients are! Don’t get me wrong, motivation can come and go even with the best of us. But with Form Health, my patients start seeing real results. They are more hopeful, which drives their momentum into continuing their health goals long-term. Results can be weight loss, but also much more than that. It could look like being able to set boundaries at work, enjoying food without guilt, and feeling stronger and more energized to do the things they love.
- Weight management
- Diabetes nutrition therapy
- Nutrition counseling
- Motivational interviewing
- Cooking demonstrations
- Undergraduate: Texas A&M University: B.S. Nutritional Science:
- Post-graduate: Texas Woman’s University: M.S. Nutritional Science:
- Dietetic Internship: Texas Woman’s University
- Certified Specialist in Obesity and Weight Management (CSOWM)
- Basic and Advanced Culinary Certificate: Culinary Nutrition Studio
- Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES)