Isa Robinson Msc, BANT, CNHC
I work with individuals struggling with food, dieting and body image-related concerns. My aim is to help you rediscover trust in nourishing your body, so you can free up space for what really matters. My approach is holistic, personalised and compassionate, blending evidence-based nutrition science with your own needs, preferences, and goals.
Nutritional Counselling for Disordered Eating
You do not have to be diagnosed with a clinical eating disorder to seek help for food and body image concerns.
Nutrition counseling considers the mutual importance of both what we eat, as well as the ways in which we think and feel about food and our bodies or our relationship with food. The aim is to help you foster freedom and flexibility so that you can more comfortably manage food, eating and exercise habits from a place of kindness and compassion.
How it works
If you're interested in learning more we can schedule a 10-minute discovery call.
Following this, I'll send you some pre-consultation forms to complete before our initial session.
During the initial session, I'll ask you a whole load of questions related to food, eating and your health history, as well as things totally unrelated to food like your job/school, relationships. This helps me to get to know you as a whole person, so I can think about how our work together fits into the bigger picture of your life.
In our follow up sessions, we'll talk about your long and short term goals and work towards these at your own pace. Over time we'll monitor progress and adapt or develop new goals depending on advancements or arising concerns. I'll provide you will information, resources and optional homework tasks, but ultimately you will decide what is helpful and feels good.
Training, qualifications & experience
I have distinction in Nutritional therapy from The college of Natural Medicine, as well as an Msc in Eating Disorders and Clinical Nutrition from UCL. Pending my results in mid October, I will apply to be an associate registered nutritionist (ANutr) with the Association for Nutrition (AFN), which means I have a reputable qualification from a credible university.
Additionally, I have undertaken a reputable training in Nutritional counselling for Eating Disorders and Body image. I also have additional training in Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating.
Areas of nutrition deal with
If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have this medical condition, you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on fees.
During our work together, it may be important for me to communicate with other health care professionals including; the GP, therapist, psychiatrist, parents, caregivers or others necessary for your support. This is to ensure you receive the highest level of care possible and are not physically or mentally at risk. You will be provided with a document outlining how protected health information about yourself may be used and disclosed and your permission for this will be obtained prior to the initial consultation.