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Hello, I’m Jayne Deeley. I am a nutritional therapist and certified life coach helping women to achieve their happy, healthy weight, so that they can make the most out of life.
For most of us, food choices and healthy eating is easier when everything is going to plan. Then, life throws us a challenge and progress comes to a halt.
Ladies often say: "I was okay with my plan, until "life happened".
This is where life coaching can support nutritional therapy.
If you would like to learn the skills of navigating through life's challenges, and still make healthy food choices and take care of yourself in a loving way, then you're in the right place.
What's the next step?
I offer a free introductory session:
- face-to-face (in Stourbridge or Wombourne clinic).
- via Zoom.
- or phone.
You will come away from this session with your clear goal and your strategy for how to get there.
You can then use this strategy to work on your own, or we can work together.
I have a successful program to support you towards your health goal.
In my 12-week program you will learn to:
- Tune into your body's needs, so you can take care of yourself in a way that feels great.
- Reduce desire for overeating, and achieve your natural weight, even when you're busy or feeling challenged.
- End the weight struggle, so you can use all that energy to do other things in your life.
- Enjoy delicious meals out, and still get to your goal.
If you've tried all the diets, and you've been stuck for more than 3 months, then this approach could be the missing piece in the puzzle.
- Based on structured processes yet personalised to your needs and situation.
- One-to-one coaching, at your pace.
- Can be done from anywhere (Zoom or phone), or in-person.
Email me to find out more or book a free Call.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Training, qualifications & experience
MSc in Nutrition Therapy (Distinction) University of Worcester
I have a masters degree in Nutritional Therapy (2011-2012).
Postgraduate Diploma in Nutrition Therapy at University of Worcester
Qualified to practice as a Nutritional Therapist.
British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine
I'm a member of The British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT), which is the professional body for Registered Nutritional Therapists. As a BANT member, I'm trained to understand the theory of Nutritional and Lifestyle Therapy and to apply this in clinical practice. In addition, BANT practitioners are also required to ensure that their knowledge and skills remain up-to-date through continual professional development, to ensure clients receive the most current scientific knowledge.
Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council
I'm also registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) which is the national voluntary regulator for qualified complementary healthcare practitioners. This accredited register is approved by the Professional Standards Authority (a government approved independent body). CNHC registered practitioners are required to abide by a Code of Conduct, Ethics and Performance. In addition, practitioners also need to meet national standards of practice.
Certified Life Coach & Certified Weight loss Coach
Trained and certified by The Life Coach School.
Certified by The Centre for Healing
Graduate of IFM AFMCP-UK 2018
The Institute for Functional Medicine teaches health care professionals how to apply Functional Medicine principles in practice through an intensive 5-day training course called 'Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice'.
I attended and completed the AFMCP-UK training in London in 2018.
The CNHC encompasses many types of alternative therapy, including massage, aromatherapy and nutrition.
In order to be admitted to the register a practitioner must have studied to the National Occupational Standards for that profession/discipline, or have reached the equivalent of the National Occupational Standards through other relevant training or at least three years of experience and been assessed by their peers.
A practitioner must also have professional insurance and agree to abide by the CNHC Code of Conduct, Performance and Ethics.
The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy is the professional body for Nutritional Therapists.
There are different BANT membership classes, including Full Member, Fellow Member and Student Member.
All BANT practitioners must have met the required standards of training, be fully insured and adhere to the BANT Code of Ethics and Practice.
Accredited register membership
The Accredited Register Scheme was set up in 2013 by the Department of Health (DoH) as a way to recognise organisations that hold voluntary registers which meet certain standards. These standards are set by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).
This therapist has indicated that they belong to an Accredited Register.
Information about health conditions (*)
Nutritional therapy can help enhance the well-being of individuals diagnosed with serious medical conditions, but should not take the place of medical treatment and advice. If you have been diagnosed with - or suspect you may have - any of these conditions, please speak to your doctor before starting nutritional therapy or making any major changes to your diet or lifestyle.
Up to £65.00
Free initial in-person, telephone or online session
"Stop Overeating - so you can lose weight for good"
12-week program of weekly (30-minute) sessions.
This is a structured approach of nutrition and personal coaching, that is tailored to your needs.
Uses food and mindset to work with your body, and your hormones, so that you can achieve food freedom.
Email me for details.
Learn to lose weight and keep it off (in a healthy way), so you can get the most out of life.
FREE 30-minute Weight Loss Breakthrough Call
You will leave this private coaching session with clarity on your goal and the steps you need to get there.
To book your free 30-minute call, click the 'Discovery Call' button at the top of this page. Choose your date and time by booking straight into my diary.
Or email me.
Initial consultation - 1 hour
This session is ideal if you have a specific issue and you want to explore how nutritional therapy can help you. Email me to book.
Online or phone - £65.
In clinic - £80
For more information visit my website
When I work
Appointments are available weekdays from 8.30 am.
Please contact me for further information.
Some of the feedback that I’ve received, from ladies on my 12-week program.
Here are some of the things they are saying:
“I liked setting my own protocol. It’s not restrictive in what I could and couldn’t eat.”
"These are guidelines not rules. No counting calories, and no "I can’t have this"."
“I liked planning for the obstacles, that really helped.”
“I’m more aware of my thinking. I can catch myself now and make a different decision.”
“I’m starting to believe that it’s possible. I can do this. And I’ve stopped beating myself up.”
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What clients say about working with me
My health and weight have improved so much over the last year and my gut is on a good pathway to healing.
I would like to keep the door open for the future and thank you so much for all your help that you have given me! Honestly, you’ve helped me beyond words!!
I’m a carer to my 30-year-old autistic son and my 80-year-old father, since my mum died two years ago. I was working a full-time job and neglecting myself nutritionally and physically. I was grabbing fast food and pushing myself to the limit. I felt tired, not good about myself and basically fed up.
I started to plan meals properly, just letting my Dad enjoy his take outs, whilst my son and myself have home cooked food. With only one take out a week (if that).
When I started working with Jayne, my goal was to lose weight, but after my 12 weeks the weight seems less of an issue. A healthier diet has made me more positive with more energy, and somehow I have more time to think, and plan meals a couple of days ahead. Planning indulgences stops the feeling of "I've done something wrong" and “oh gosh I shouldn’t have eaten that or done that”. I exercise a lot, but again felt bad for taking a day off. But now I have started to listen to my body and rest when I need to. My body feels better when I do exercise.
It’s definitely worth a try. We get so consumed with weight and how we should look instead of how we feel. My mindset has changed somewhat. Don’t get me wrong, it’s important to look as good as you can. But I have stopped beating myself up, and I try to be the best I can be for me, not anyone else. So, I would say try it, nothing to lose.
I was very happy with my journey - thanks Jayne.
I wanted to lose weight and explore if I could get help in getting to sleep. I was feeling disappointed in myself.
Jayne gave me a different way of looking at things which was very helpful. Now I have a better understanding of beneficial food choices, which helped my lack of sleep problem.
Do not hesitate. Jayne is sympathetic and understanding, with lots of knowledge to guide you on your chosen path. She always had lots of advice delivered in a very understanding way.
It was a pleasure speaking to you every week, a real incentive. Thank you.
I help some men too!
So, here I am, mid 60's, pretty healthy but noticing the scales getting nearer to 14 stone. Back in my 20’s, I was about 12 st 7 lbs – was it possible to get anywhere near this without hideous diets, starvation and misery? Well, 8 weeks later, and now 12 lbs lighter, 13 stone on the scales and starting to nudge below, still in love with food, eating and life, and not a ‘special diet’ in sight. How?
It was a combination of circumstances that brought me to a consultation with Jayne, and one which has profoundly and positively affected my views of food and nutrition. Scientific rigour, common sense and a reassuring sympathetic demeanour all combined during that consultation to give me the belief to give it a try – not a diet, but an eating plan that gives huge scope for different breakfasts, lunches and suppers. As the ‘need’ for mid- morning snacks, cakes and ice creams faded without a backward glance of regret, as the pounds starting to slip off, as my belts needed the next hole in, it all made perfect sense.
Coupled to this was Jayne’s ongoing on-line support – helpful and encouraging, and with informative food suggestions and recipes – and the realisation that from time to time I could ‘give in’ and my body was now quite capable of dealing with it.
There’s little more I can say, apart from thanking Jayne for her whole approach to eating and life that places the workings of our bodies back to a ’factory setting’ from which we can only benefit.