Nutritional Therapy is the application of evidence-based, nutritional science for the promotion of health, peak performance and individual care. Registered Nutritional Therapists use a full case history, assessments and tests to identify potential nutritional imbalances and deficiencies and the underlying causes of chronic conditions and help their clients understand how these may contribute to their current symptoms and health concerns.
Your Therapist will recommend a personalised nutrition and lifestyle plan, including specific foods and supplements and strategies for optimising sleep, reducing stress and a regular, effective movement programme.
Throughout your course of consultations there will be regular reviews of your progress and life-coaching sessions to keep you motivated and on-track, working towards bringing your body back into balance and optimum health.
Nutritional Therapy is a complementary therapy and works effectively alongside conventional medicine.
It is particularly effective for chronic conditions such as depression, skin conditions, (such as eczema and psoriasis), weight management, type 2 diabetes, digestion problems,( including inflammatory bowel disease and IBS), arthritic pain, fatigue, osteoporosis, thyroid problems, sex hormonal imbalances, (including PCOS, PMS, acne, fibroids and endometriosis).
Details on Packages and Prices for Nutritional Therapy with Philippa Parish
Philippa Parish is a registered Nutritional Therapist and has over ten years’ experience in private practice supporting a broad spectrum of health issues, including female hormones, weight and thyroid health. She also has a special interest in digestion and its impact on the development of chronic, inflammatory conditions. She also has a degree in Food Science from University of Reading and is a qualified Neurolinguistic Practitioner.
She uses a wide range of analytical tools and the application of nutrition science to assess each client and identify potential nutritional imbalances that may contribute to your health issues. She will then design a health plan, personalised for you, using a functional medicine approach to help support your return to optimum health.
- BSc (Hons) Food Science 2:1 (University of Reading). (1981)
- Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, London (2005)
- Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice Graduate (2017)
- NLP Practitioner (2015)
- May 2107- AFMCP Graduate
- December 2016 – Food Safety and Hygiene for Catering Level 2
- June 2015 – NLP Practitioner
- October 2015 – Kettlebell Instructor
- July 2014 – Level 3 Personal Trainer
- August 2013 – Level 2 Fitness Instructor and Circuits Instructor
- March 2009 – Certificate in Working with People with Cancer (Penny Brohn Centre)
- July 2007 – Systematic Kinesiology level VI
- July 2006- Foundation Practitioner in Systematic Kinesiology
- BANT (British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine).
- CNHC (Complementary and natural Healthcare Council) Registered Practitioner.
- Associate Member of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition.
- Member of INLPTA (International Neuro-Linguistic Programming Trainers Association Limited)
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Nutritional Therapy Questionnaire
Lucy works with various naturopathic therapies to help get your body back into balance. Naturopathy is a very holistic therapy as all aspects of a person are considered, including the emotional, mental and physical.
Lucy graduated from the University of Westminster with a first-class honours degree in Naturopathy in 2010 and with a Masters in Nutritional Therapy in 2017. As part of her studies she learnt about naturopathic nutrition, detoxing and cleansing, therapeutic massage, lymphatic cleansing, naturopathic hydrotherapy, Bach Flower remedies and other fascinating natural health knowledge that everyone should know about! She has also completed her yoga teacher training which she incorporates into her therapeutic plans where appropriate.
Lucy has always been interested in complementary medicine, particularly the effects food can have on mood. She discovered Naturopathy when living in Australia in her mid-20s and a few years later took the plunge into returning to university and retraining. She is also a Reiki level 2 practitioner which she incorporates into her naturopathic practice.
Her approach in practice is very holistic, exploring the mental/emotional, physical and biochemical aspects of a person and how this will be affecting their health. Her treatment plans are based on this holistic approach and she really enjoys working with her patients to encourage them to make the changes that are achievable for them.
Lucy is registered with the General Council and Register of Naturopaths and is fully insured to practice.
BSc Naturopathy (First Class Honors)
MSc Nutritional therapy (Distinction)
Ashtanga Yoga teacher training (200 hours)
GCRN (General Council and Register of Naturopaths)
CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council)
YAP (Yoga Alliance Professionals)
Days at Neal’s Yard
Wednesday 2pm – 6pm