Ashley O'Roark is a Licensed Registered Dietitian who also holds the distintion of being a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian.  Her practice focuses on eating disorders, family nutrition, sports nutrition, and weight management. She currently serves as the dietitian for the Eating Disorder Clinic at RiverStone Wellness Center and works as a member of a team of eating disorder professionals who received national recognition for innovative practices in healthcare. She has several years of experience working with adults with eating disorders in hospital settings.  She also has several years of experience in treating children and adolescents, having worked with the inpatient and outpatient eating disorder program at Arkansas Children's Hospital.  

Ashley believes in and promotes an intuitive eating approach, helping clients foster a healthy relationship with food.  She encourages her clients to focus on making healthy changes one step at a time.  Ashley enjoys working with individuals of all ages.  She has helped many clients make positive changes with eating, resulting in improved quality of life. 

Ashley earned her Bachelor's of Science degree, completed her dietetics internship, and obtained her Master's Degree in Nutrition at the University of Central Arkansas.  As an undergraduate at UCA, Ashley was a member of the cross country running team and understands the importance of eating well for sports performance.  Professionally, she completed her Commission on Dietetics Registration certification in Childhood and Adolescent Weight Manage-ment and Adult Weight Management. Ashley has been featured on local television news channels, in newspapers,
and speaks at many local community outreach programs and events.  She was voted Best Nutritionist in Central Arkansas by AY Magazine readers in 2018.

When away from her work, Ashley enjoys spending time with her husband and daughters.  She also enjoys running, biking, and any outdoor activities. 

Ashley O'Roark, CEDRD
Registered Dietitian and 
Certified Eating Disorder RD