Hi I'm Emma,
I’m Emma, registered naturopath, and Nutritional Therapist, specialising in female health alongside traditional multiple health conditions.
In addition, I have now also completed additional training in Cancer and Integrative Oncology with the Peat Institute and enrolled in their mentorship programme, this ensures that I keep up to date with the latest research, I also have the support of Patricia Peat who has many years of experience of supporting clients with cancer”.
My journey into nutrition started by initially training at university to become a qualified Home Economist, specialising in consumer communication through cookery demonstrations and workshops, as well as recipe and product development.
This led me to become increasingly interested in a different approach to health. I visited a Naturopathic Nutritional therapist and trained with the principal of The College of Natural Nutrition, Barbara Wren, a Naturopath and Homeopath. Under her guidance, I studied Traditional Naturopathic Techniques and Nutrition, which I now integrate into my work.
I decided to take the step of studying with the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London to further my studies. I am now fully qualified in Naturopathy, including tissue salts, homeopathy, additional traditional naturopathic techniques, and herbs as well as Nutritional Therapy, which forms the foundation of my work.
When not supporting clients on a 1:1 basis or mentoring, I also provide lectures at health conferences.
I am fully registered with:
- The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
- Association of Naturopathic practitioners(ANP)
- The British Society of Ecological Medicine(BSEM)
- General Naturopathic Council(GNC)
In addition, I am a Supervisor at CNM London where I have a role in mentoring final year students in the development of their therapeutic and professional skills in the context of real-life clinics. This ensures I am constantly honing my skills to be the best health practitioner I can be.