I’m a registered nutritional therapist and naturopath. I qualified from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2011 and my practice is in Richmond, South West London.
My personal and professional experience convinces me that nutrition is the source of true health and vitality. Working within a supportive and realistic framework, my clients benefit from the proven power of nutritional therapy. There is nothing better than seeing people experience real results while taking control of their lifelong wellbeing.
My own personal experience of the power of nutrition to heal and revitalise was triggered by a diagnosis of early stage breast cancer. I complemented my treatment and recovery with nutritional and herbal support, which has helped me to feel stronger and more balanced in myself than ever before.
I offer one to one nutritional consultations and design bespoke nutrition and lifestyle programmes based on my client’s goals. I also really enjoy running workshops and seminars and collaborating with local fitness organisations.
My approach is naturopathic which means addressing the root causes of imbalance or disease for each person. Combining nutritional science with a motivating yet empathetic voice, I develop treatment plans, which are yield results but are also both sustainable and realistic.
I also volunteer for the integrative cancer care charity Yes to Life, which provides information on options available to cancer patients on combining the best of conventional and complementary approaches.
Prior to working in the world of nutrition and naturopathy, I had an established career in consumer marketing in the food and drink industry. I am an honours graduate of University College Dublin in International Commerce and German.
I am a mother of two and together with my husband, understand well the challenges of juggling work and family life and trying to ensure we get our family nutrition right as much as possible!
I am a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT), the professional body for registered nutritional therapists. Members follow the strict CNHC Code of Conduct, Performance and Ethics as well as maintaining Continuous Professional Development targets for ongoing learning. This is important to me so that I keep up with the latest research in order to offer the best evidence based advice to my clients.
I am also registered with the Complementary and Natural Health Council (CNHC), the only Nutritional Therapy register accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.