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Eating disorder specialist, registered nutritionist, life coach and founder of Natural Food Therapy– an eating disorder recovery clinic in London.
I offer a private eating disorder recovery programme for those who would like to heal their relationship with food and body image.
Taking a multidisciplinary approach, I have qualifications in nutritional therapy, coaching, counselling skills, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Enhanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT-E) and specific eating disorder training. This allows me to provide a holistic approach to treatment that centres around you.
Over the course of four months, you receive daily access to me, weekly sessions and explorative written work. Taking on a limited number of clients at any one time, I offer dedicated support through your recovery.
I am there to step into your world, motivate you during hard times, and provide judgment-free guidance when you need it most. Imagine having someone to help shift your thoughts around food, develop a better understanding of yourself, and assemble a recovery tool kit to navigate life’s challenges.
As you come to the end of your programme, you will be able to join our exclusive support group to continue your journey and connect with others.
To learn more and get in touch, please visit: www.naturalfoodtherapy.co.uk
"I met Sasha in August 2020 when my eating disorder was at it’s worst. Eventually I got to a point where I could no longer hide that I was struggling, I felt helpless. When I started working with Sasha, I was in denial and reluctant to get help but with her kind, patient and gentle approach I began to open up and decided to give myself a chance at recovering.
Sasha really took the time to get to know me as a person which made me feel safe and understood. After each session, I went away with new lifelong tools to help me which I have used every day since. Sasha has helped me heal my relationship with food, exercise and most importantly myself. I reconnected with who I am as a person, I learned to set boundaries and to live my life in a way that feels good and right for me.
Recovery is an up and down journey but Sasha was there every step of the way, always going at my pace, supported me through the difficult days and cheered me on through the good days. Nearly 13 months on, I am the happiest I have ever been and I wouldn’t be where I am today without the guidance and support Sasha gave me."
- Sarah M.
"I worked with Sasha 1:1 to help me with an eating disorder I've had for 16 years and start my recovery over again after many attempts.
I have learnt so much since working with Sasha- the tools she gave me and the reframing work we did are personalised and lifelong, not just quick in the moment fixes.
Sasha really knows how to approach recovery and despite me thinking I needed hard and fast rules (which is actually my unwell / ED voice needing control) I realised that healing is about healing your relationship with yourself first and why you behave the way you do which takes time and effort (not just focussing on food). I learnt how to compassionately react to difficult feelings and behaviours instead of with fear and punishment- which allowed space for my intuition to come through and guide me- I found this pivotal for making steps forward .
Sasha used methods to help me start learning how to reconnect to myself, find who I am again and helped empower me to make my own choices whilst being a constant support throughout the process. It is hard work, but by using empowering tools and constantly reframing thoughts, I started to see shifts.
Sasha works from the root up and this approach has been the missing piece. For the first time I have hope that I will fully recover."
- Natasha M.
"I would highly recommend working with Sasha if you are looking to truly heal from food issues/ eating disorder, which also means healing the relationship with yourself and coming back to who you truly are. I 100% believe I wouldn’t have made it this far on my journey and this much progress mentally and physically without working with Sasha. I have been inpatient in the past for a long period of time, seen multiple therapists and only felt more disempowered, ‘ill’, confused and not able to see me living life. I now believe I am capable to have a life worth living, on my terms not anyone elses."
- Georgie B.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy Diploma (3 year)
- Certified Life Coach (ILM)
- Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (ANLP, ABNLP)
- Master Practitioner Advanced Diploma Eating Disorders and Obesity (BPS/NCFED)
- Herbalism Diploma
- Counselling Skills Certificate (CPCAB)
- Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Eating Disorders (CBT-E)
Registered member of the NNA, CNHC, GNC & NCFED.
The Naturopathic Nutrition Association was formed by a group of Nutritional Therapists who passionately believe in the benefits of the naturopathic approach to nutrition. By working alongside a UK regulatory body for Naturopathy and other naturopathically-minded professional associations, the NNA aims to both promote to the public the benefits of naturopathic nutrition and encourage Nutritional Therapists to develop further therapeutic skills.
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.
Free initial online session
Please visit www.naturalfoodtherapy.co.uk to learn more about working together and how to get in touch.
When I work
Flexible appointment hours
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