Nutrition and Weight Management

Hancock Well-Being Nutrition + Weight Management Programs

Nutrition and Weight Management2022-10-09T03:02:58+00:00

Ready to focus on nutrition and weight management programs for a healthier, happier and well you?

Proper diet and exercise are critical to your overall health, but we know it’s not always easy. With guidance from a dietician, exercise specialists, and a personal wellness coach, we can help put you on the path to a healthier you.

Navigating Our Nutrition + Weight Management Programs

Learn how to make healthy food choices by meeting with our Registered Dietitian.  Our individualized consultations are designed to help you achieve your nutrition goals related to general nutrition, weight management program, and sports performance. We can also prescribe a therapeutic nutrition regimen to help manage chronic conditions where nutrition has been shown to improve outcomes.

At our weight management center, a nutrition consult can help you establish good eating habits for you and your family, achieve weight loss and weight management, improve sports performance, and reduce your risk for disease.

  • Initial sessions: $187 for 60 Min.
  • follow-up sessions: $123 for 45 min or $92 for 30 min.

*Nutrition consultations may be covered by insurance.

Clients who are currently participating in 30-minute personal training, CrossFit, or Physician Referral sessions now have the opportunity to add this program to their package.  The client and Registered Dietitian will work together to create goals explicitly designed to them.  Meetings will occur weekly for 30 minutes to review progress and update goals.

  • $75 per month

Join our dietitian and occasional guest speaker at our educational workshops.  These nutrition workshops are focused on a variety of topics (i.e., sugar vs. artificial sweeteners, gardening & canning, meal preparation).  At our weight management center, Workshops are free to attend for both members and non-members.

Clients who are currently participating in our Maternity Fitness program now have the opportunity to add a nutrition program to their package. The client and Registered Dietitian will work together to create goals explicitly designed for expectant mothers and their prenatal nutrition. Meetings will occur monthly for 60 minutes.


Michelle Graves at or 317-335-6986 (McCordsville & Greenfield)

Sabrina Goshen at or 317-468-6100

Steven Tsaparikos at or 317-866-7409 (New Palestine)


A Registered Dietitian and Certified Health and Wellness Coach. She graduated from Purdue University in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in dietetics and nutrition, fitness and health. She is passionate about encouraging others to live a healthy lifestyle by educating how to fuel your body as well as focusing on other areas of wellness to develop positive lifelong habits. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, crafting, shopping and being active including walking, biking and hiking. She has been with the Hancock Wellness team since 2015.


Steven is a dietitian working for the New Palestine Hancock Wellness Center. He was born in Michigan City, Indiana and has lived in Northwest Indiana for most of his life.

He attended Indiana University Bloomington and graduated with a B.S. in Dietetics in 2018. His interests include bodybuilding, drinking craft beer, and cooking. He has a passion for sports performance and helping people create
a happy and balanced lifestyle that supports their health goals.


Sabrina is a dietitian working for the Greenfield Hancock Wellness Center.

My name is Sabrina Goshen! I am a Rutgers University graduate who earned a Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition and a Registered Dietitian. Utilizing my strong academic and leadership background, I work on an interprofessional team providing care to optimize health outcomes of patients and clients. I specialize in clinical nutrition and can strategically manage multiple patients’ nutrition care by assessing current health and nutrition status, determining a nutrition diagnosis, planning a patient-centered intervention, and monitoring and evaluating relevant outcomes. When navigated appropriately, nutrition can be a powerful tool in improving one’s health; would you agree or disagree?

MOST Recent

Go to Top