Clinic

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1-2-1s

I work from Harley Street and online, with a particular focus on how we can navigate and adapt to life’s transitions and challenges - ageing, menopause, childlessness/ IVF, long-term conditions, weight loss and maintenance, career pivots, retirement, divorce, to name but a few.

My expertise also lies within the field of behaviour change, specifically with regard to health, well-being and performance. I use my understanding of the psychological and habitual drivers of behaviour to enable clients to take control and improve both mental and physical health. This leads to benefits in:

  • Sleep quality

  • Energy and vitality 

  • Eating behaviour 

  • Daily activity and movement 

  • Stress management 

  • Quality of life 

  • Relationships 

The Shrinkology Solution

Eating for reasons other than physical hunger is one of the biggest challenges of our times, contributing to a raft of long-term health conditions and psychological difficulties such as lack of self-confidence, low self-esteem and life dissatisfaction. I created The Shrinkology Solution with leading health journalist Louise Atkinson as a unique approach to emotional, stress and habitual eating habits, based on behavioural psychology theory and health coaching practice.
 

This practical, evidence-based method fits into people's lives - and works for good. Rather than a one-size-fits-all remedy, Shrinkology looks at individuals' personalities, life circumstances and social networks. This isn't a diet, rather a real and tangible behaviour change process that will give you an achievable, detailed roadmap to guide you on your weight-loss journey. You can discover this personalised approach either through 1-2-1 sessions with me or in our book. Find your Shrinkology type now via our free quiz.

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Supervision

You can find me on the ISCP’s list of accredited supervisors, one of only a handful in the UK. While I do specialise in health and well-being, I’m also happy to supervise qualified psychologists in other areas.