Jacqueline England BSc (Hons) NT, Dip.MPEDO (BPS/NCFED), mBANT, CNHC, NTC
Who am I?
I am a nutritionist and a disordered eating and weight-management practitioner.
What I do
I see clients with all kinds of health concerns, covering all the major systems of the body, such as IBD, other gut-related issues, thyroid problems, blood sugar balance, hormonal issues including female health-related issues, stress, inflammatory responses, skin complaints, and food allergies and intolerances. My specialist areas are disordered eating and weight management. Many clients, however, see me just for general dietary and lifestyle advice so as to promote their health and/or prevent disease. Others want to enhance their sports performance.
How I work
I offer one-to-one clinical consultations and work from a Functional Medicine perspective. This is a holistic and person-centred approach that believes all people are biochemically individual and unique. I look at all aspects of a person's health and health history, present symptoms, possible systems imbalances, their relationship with food, and their diet and lifestyle. I also use a number of behavioural tools to help people develop new skills to attain their health goals, and provide useful educational handouts.
I work in collaborative way with clients which helps them achieve optimum nutrition with maximum health benefits. This, in turn, helps raise levels of self-esteem, gives a sense of well-being and allows a person more autonomy over their life.
I keep up-to-date with all the latest nutritional research so as to always provide my clients with evidence-based recommendations which best suit their personal needs.
What happens first?
Before the initial consultation, I will send you a questionnaire and 3-day food and mood diary to fill out. This can be sent to me in advance or brought with you to the consultation. At the consultation I will ask you some further questions, and discuss your goals and levels of motivation. Once I have gathered all the necessary information, I will be able to develop individualised dietary and lifestyle recommendations for you.
How many consultations will I need?
The number of consultations needed depends largely on the health issues that are presented. For general dietary advice, only one consultation is generally needed. For most health issues however, 2-4 consultations are usually required. For weight management and disordered eating problems, the number of consultations required varies greatly, depending on an individual's needs.
See my web site for further details - www.englandnutrition.com
Training, qualifications & experience
BSc (Hons) Nutritional Therapy. University of Westminster.
BSc (Hons) Psychology. The Open University.
. Nutritional Interventions for Eating Disorders (BPS Learning Centre and BANT Approved).
. Excellence in Practitioner Skills for Eating Disorders (BPS Learning Centre Approved).
. Essential Obesity - Psychological Approaches (BPS Learning Centre Approved).
These courses were designed and taught by the National Centre for Eating Disorders and draw on a number of psychological approaches such as Mindfulness, CBT and NLP.
Certificate in CBT Skills - The Central London CBT Training Centre
Counselling Skills and Ethics Blended Learning Course - College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Member of BANT (British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy.
Registered with CNHC (The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council).
Registered with NTC (Nutritional Therapy Council).
Areas of nutrition I deal with
- Adults and elderly adults
- Anaemia *
- Anorexia nervosa *
- Balanced diet
- Binge eating disorder *
- Bulimia nervosa *
- Cancer *
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME *
- Coeliac disease *
- Confidence and self-esteem
- Constipation *
- Crohn's disease *
- Diabetes *
- Diarrhoea *
- Digestive problems *
- Eating disorders *
- Eczema *
- Endometriosis *
- Fibromyalgia *
- Food allergy and food intolerance
- Healthy eating
- Healthy hair
- Heart disease *
- High blood pressure *
- High cholesterol *
- Hyperthyroidism *
- Hypothyroidism *
- Iron deficiency anaemia *
- Irritable bowel syndrome *
- Life stages
- Menopause *
- Migraine *
- Obesity *
- Osteoporosis *
- Polycystic ovary syndrome *
- Pregnancy and preconception
- Premenstrual syndrome *
- Psoriasis *
- Rosacea *
- Schoolchildren and teenagers
- Skin health *
- Sports nutrition
- Thyroid problems *
- Tiredness *
- Weight gain
- Weight management
- Women's nutrition
* If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have one of the medical conditions starred above, 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.
PRICES AND AVAILABILITY
Initial and follow-up consultations:
Stanford Road Consultation Rooms
£95 per hour
Available Monday to Friday 9am - 8pm
Home visits and telephone consultations
£95 per hour
Available 7 days a week
Stanford Road, Friern Barnet
CBT counselling is also available here.
Transport: Arnos Grove tube (Piccadilly Line), New Southgate, Great Northern Line, Buses: 43, 134, 221, 234, 382, 634, 683.
Easy and free parking outside the practice.
Type of session
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Stanford Road Consultation Rooms Available Monday to Friday 9am - 8pm Home visits and telephone consultations Available 7 days a week