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For many years I have worked as a functional nutritionist and part of a multi-disciplinary team offering support to those suffering from the vast array of symptoms including disordered eating and the many presenting co-existing conditions, and i have seen first-hand how the traditional approach to recovery does not embrace the individuality of the client, nor their need to be supported in a person-centred way.
Alongside Bernie Wright, a renowned psychotherapist, I co-founded NEDDE Training - www.neddetraining.co.uk - a pioneering and innovative company specialising in training professionals working with clients presenting with disordered eating of all kinds, and who also identify as being neurodivergent. It is estimated that 1 in 5 are neurodiverse, however this figure rises rapidly in those with disordered eating, exasperating the condition by magnifying the variety and complexities of co-existing presenting symptoms.
I understand the impact that stress, both emotional and physiological, can have upon health and wellbeing, especially upon the gastrointestinal, immune and hormonal systems.
The dietary challenges that many people face on a daily basis can also, at times, seem to make 'eating healthily' a challenge and so my emphasis is not placed upon strict, faddy diets, nor the use of lots of supplements, but aims to help the body obtain the nutrients it needs to work properly in the world we live in a busy, demanding and at times, stressful place, and in doing so helps in the management of stress and overcome the barriers to health and wellbeing.
I am also a Senior lecturer with The College of Naturopathic Medicine, one of the UK's largest and well-known natural medicine training providers and regularly contribute articles and 'expert opinions' for publication.
Training, qualifications & experience
I qualified in Nutrition 7 years ago, and for the past 4 years have worked as a Nutritionist within a high profile, integrated private healthcare clinic in London (under the umbrella of Dr Marilyn Glenville - recognised as the UK's leading nutritionist specialising in women's health), as well as in private practice in Kent.
- The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT)
- The CNHC (The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council)
- The NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners
- The Complementary Medical Association
- The Nutritional Therapy Council (NTC)
Registered Practitioner - Prism Brain Mapping www.prismbrainmapping.com
The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy is the professional body for Nutritional Therapists.
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Accredited register membership
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Information about health conditions (*)
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£110.00 - £145.00
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Corporate stress management