Leah Robilotto, M.A. Psy., is a food allergies expert and advocate. With her Master’s in Child and Adolescent Psychology, Leah will complete her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in August of 2023 to become a Licensed Professional Counselor. She specializes in empowering educators, parents, and children to overcome the psychological impact of implementing practical solutions for managing life-threatening chronic illnesses. From elementary school principals to terrified parents, Leah has trained thousands of clients on keeping food-allergic individuals safe and included in everyday activities at educational institutions, restaurants, work, and traveling across the globe.
Leah’s extensive background in food allergies includes years of patient advocacy at a national nonprofit (Food Allergy Research and Education), rewriting food policy for top schools. Her expertise has been featured in media outlets, including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, WebMD, Scary Mommy, The Killer Food Allergy Podcast, I can’t Mom Today, and more.
When she’s not advocating for patients and their families, she’s spending quality time with her husband and two sons, one of whom was diagnosed with eight life-threatening food allergies when he was just six months old. His journey has inspired her work to provide critical support to food-allergic individuals everywhere so that safety and inclusion become their new norm.
Services We Provide
50-minute sessions focus on issues you struggle with in your or your child’s food allergy journey.
- Stress and anxiety management before, during, and after your treatment journey
- Practical food allergy management
- Working with schools, including advocating for a 504 Plan and how to communicate effectively with teachers and staff.
- Building confidence in your food allergy management Communicating effectively so that your family, village, school, coaches, and more get “it.”
It is not uncommon that one or more food allergies have prevented your child or family from trying new activities. The treatment journey may bring up a lot of fear and anxiety.
15-minute free information session available to answer any questions about your journey and how I can help.