Meet Sarah

Sarah is a fully qualified and registered Nutritional Therapist having trained at the renowned Centre for Nutrition Education (Middlesex University). She qualified with her degree, accredited by Middlesex University, after four years of study. She is also a certified NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) practitioner/coach and can use this in conjunction with Nutritional Therapy to help her clients achieve their goals. Before starting her degree Sarah completed A-Level standard Bio-chemistry and Physiology. Sarah became a health writer and still enjoys writing today. She practices from two clinics in the UK (Farnham and Twickenham) but can also see clients via Skype or telephone. She also spends a lot of time in Morzine, France where she can see clients.

Sarah’s story

Following a career in the aerospace and defence industry, my passion and interest in good health and nutrition led me on a journey to study Nutritional Therapy. Since graduating at the start of 2010, I have successfully worked with a hundreds of clients. I have experience of working with children, in particular with skin and behavioral issues, which are an increasing problem today. I also work with people on maintaining optimal health and improving physical (sports) and/or mental performance. My clients range from city workers, to stay-at-home mums, to chronically fatigued individuals, to sports enthusiasts for example. I keep up to date with the latest evidence based research in science and nutrition, this includes training with laboratories so that I can offer clients the best clinical tests available. More recently I have worked with over 200 clients with chronic fatigue, ME and fibromyalgia where I am part of a specialist clinic in London.
I also enjoy working with the corporate world to help companies enhance the health of their employees.

Sarah’s Approach towards Nutritional Therapy

My approach is to meet with you and understand your needs through careful questioning and research. I am very much a realist and am aware that most of us lead busy lives, which are often shaped by deeply rooted habits. I also understand that the demands of everyday life can force you to neglect yourself particularly when it comes to having a balanced diet and lifestyle. There is nothing faddy or regimented about my approach. I fully appreciate the need to make achieving optimum health a very practical, realistic and enjoyable experience. Together, we’ll explore your key concerns, issues or goals. I offer full support along the way to enable you to achieve your goals and take control of your health. Consistently, I have found that clients reach their goals most successfully when there is a support structure in place, with occasional appointments to give that feeling of encouragement. Coaching my clients to make sustainable change is as important, if not more so, than nutritional recommendations given.

My approach is to encourage balance across all of your body’s systems and in doing so, to allow your body to return to a sense of ‘ease’ not ‘disease’.

Please feel free to call me for a free 15-minute chat to find out more about Nutritional Therapy.