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Connect with a T1D Dietitian Covered by Your Insurance

Transform your diabetes management with specialized care from a dietitian who lives with Type 1 Diabetes.

Most clients pay $0 out of pocket!

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Accepted Insurance Plans

I am in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, and United Healthcare.

Please be aware that my current license allows me to accept insurance in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

Out-of-Pocket Costs

Most clients pay $0 through insurance, but in some cases, there may be out-of-pocket costs. Once you’ve reached your maximum claims, you might need to cover the expenses yourself. Some clients may have a specialist co-pay. I highly recommend contacting your insurance provider to understand your coverage and avoid any surprises!


Check out the FAQ section below for tips on what to ask.

Pricing Transparency

Rates with Insurance:

The amount billed to your insurance: $50 per unit

Discounted Cash Rate:

Initial Session: $150 for 60 minutes
Follow-Up Sessions: $75 for 45 minutes

  • How do I check my insurance coverage?
    I strongly encourage you to check insurance coverage before your appointment. Even if you have an excellent insurance policy it does not mean you have coverage for nutritional services. To check your insurance coverage: Contact your insurance provider directly by calling the 800 number on the back of your insurance card. Provide them with my name and NPI number: Amanda Ciprich/ NPI:1447873492. Do I have nutrition services on my current insurance policy? Please ask for the specific coverage for CPT codes. Is ICD10 Code E10.9 covered? Does my plan cover telehealth services? Does my plan require a MD referral? How many MEDICAL MNT visits do I have per calendar year? How many PREVENTATIVE MNT visits do I have per calendar year? What is considered a calendar year for my current policy? Do i have a deductible for nutrition services? If so, have I met my deductible? Do I have a co-pay or co-insurance for nutrition counseling? What is the reference number for the call? Please note the reference number for the call- if there is an issue with billing, this reference number can be used to clarify any mistakes with your insurance provider.
  • What insurance providers are you in-network with?
    We are in-network with a wide range of insurance providers to ensure our services are accessible to as many clients as possible. I am currently in-network with Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and United Healthcare. If I do not participate with your insurance plan (out-of-network), I can provide you with a super-bill that you can submit to your insurance plan for out-of-network reimbursement. Please be aware that my current license allows me to practice in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
  • What if you do not participate with my insurance provider?
    If we do not participate with your insurance provider, you still have options: We offer discounted cash-pay rates of $150 for a 60-minute initial session and $75 for 45-minute follow up sessions. We can provide a superbill for you to submit to your insurance provider for potential reimbursement.
  • Are visits conducted in-office or virtually?
    At this time, all visits are conducted virtually via a HIPAA compliant platform. Currently, most insurances are covering for telehealth services due to the pandemic. Therefore, when you schedule your visit you will be directed towards the next steps to setting up properly for your telehealth session. However, it is possible your insurance plan may impose a cost-share for you to use this service. Therefore, please call your insurance company to confirm your telehealth coverage PRIOR to scheduling your visit.
  • How do I schedule an appointment or get more information?
    Click the button below to schedule an appointment A credit card on file is required to book an appointment. Your card will only be charged in the event of a missed session or copay. If you have any questions about getting started, please contact
  • What can I expect in an initial session?
    In your initial session, we will: Conduct a comprehensive assessment of your medical history, lifestyle, and current nutrition habits. Discuss your goals and any specific concerns or challenges you face. Develop a personalized nutrition plan tailored to your needs, preferences, and lifestyle. Provide initial guidance and strategies to help you start making positive changes. The initial session typically lasts about 60-90 minutes.
  • How many follow-up appointments will I need?
    The number of follow-up appointments varies based on your individual needs and progress. Typically, clients benefit from regular follow-ups to: Monitor progress and make necessary adjustments to the nutrition plan. Address any new challenges or questions. Ensure ongoing support and motivation. Follow-up sessions are generally shorter, lasting 30-60 minutes. The frequency and duration of follow-ups will be discussed during your initial session.
  • Do you work with children and/or families?
    Yes, we work with children and families. Managing T1D often requires a team approach, and we are committed to supporting both individuals and families to ensure everyone is well-informed and involved in the care process.
  • What is your approach to nutrition?
    The truth is, every T1D is going to manage diabetes differently- but no matter what your specific preferences are, we will work together to find a way of self-management that will fit seamlessly into your life. We believe that nutrition should enhance your life, not restrict it. Our approach is designed to be: Flexible, blend your diabetes management into your current lifestyle and personal preferences. Predictable, anticipate blood sugar responses before they happen. Practical, enjoy your favorite foods and activities while managing your diabetes. Our goal is to help you find a sustainable and enjoyable way to manage both your diabetes and overall health!
  • What makes you different from the previous dietitians I've worked with?
    As a Registered Dietitian who lives with Type 1 Diabetes myself, I bring a unique blend of personal insights and professional experience. I understand firsthand the daily challenges and nuances of managing this condition, which allows me to offer empathetic and relatable support. My approach isn't just about following guidelines—it's deeply rooted in personal experience and tailored to your specific needs and lifestyle. I stay up-to-date with the latest research and best practices to ensure you receive evidence-based guidance that's effective and sustainable- no one-size-fits-all solutions here!

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Your T1D Dietitian

Hi, I'm Amanda

During my senior year of high school at the age of 18, I was blindsided by a life-altering diagnosis: type 1 diabetes. It hit me like a ton of bricks, leaving me feeling lost, overwhelmed, and filled with fear of my future. Determined to take control of my health, I ultimately became hyper-fixated on measuring every piece of food and drastically reducing my carbohydrate intake.

It was during this challenging period that I made the decision to pursue a career as a registered dietitian nutritionist to deepen my understanding of diabetes and nutrition even more. Throughout my academic career, I discovered a transformative truth: people with diabetes don’t have to sacrifice the foods they love in order to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. 

Now after more than a decade, I have transformed my own journey into a guiding light for others who face the same challenges of restriction, obsession, and anxiety around food.


Armed with both personal experience and professional expertise, I have the incredible privilege of supporting individuals with type 1 diabetes and their families.


Together, we rewrite the narrative of diabetes, replacing fear and restriction with empowerment and possibility.

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