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Naturopathy and Nutrition

Naturopathy is a system that uses natural remedies to help the body heal itself. It embraces many therapies, including: Herbal Medicine, Bach Flower remedies, exercise, lifestyle changes and Nutrition.

Naturopathy originated in Germany in the 1800s, but some of its treatments are centuries old. Today, it combines traditional treatments with some aspects of modern science.

The goal of Naturopathy is to treat the whole person -- that means mind, body, and spirit. It also aims to heal the root causes of an illness -- not just stop the symptoms.

A Naturopathy appointment may take 1 to 2 hours examining you.  Questions about your health history, stress levels, and lifestyle habits will be asked.

Afterwards, they will typically discuss your personal health plan. Naturopathy focuses on education and prevention, so your Naturopath may give you diet, exercise, sleep or stress management tips.

Prior your first visit you will be asked to complete an extensive health questionnaire to provide the Naturopath with information about your current state of health and the problems that are of immediate concern to you. At the appointment a number of tests and observations may be carried out. These may include tongue and nail analysis, blood pressure, pulse, blood sugar levels, and any other tests that may be relevant to your health concerns. The in-clinic tests and a wellness assessment are included in your initial fee.


It may be necessary to obtain other tests that will incur a separate fee or you may bring in recent tests ordered by your GP.


A Naturopath does not diagnose illness, that is the role of the medical profession, but by collecting information through these diagnostic tests targeted strategies to support your journey to wellness can be better achieved.


  • initial consultation and 1 follow up    2 hours              £90

  • Follow up consultation  1 hour                                   £50


The Naturopath may prescribe a variety of treatment options, these include nutritional advice, lifestyle advice and eating plans. Herbal medicines, herbal teas, Bach Flower remedies,  nutritional supplements,  may be prescribed depending on your presenting issues.  These items are subject to a separate cost.


Additional testing is charged separately in accordance with the fees charged by the testing bodies.



Counselling is a way of addressing problems by exploring your personal feelings with someone who, while supportive, is not directly involved in the situation.

A Counsellor will:

  • listen carefully to what you have to say

  • help you express your feelings

  • help you to explore and understand your difficulties

  • help you to find ways of managing these more effectively

Counselling takes place under strict conditions of confidentiality and generally nothing you discuss will be disclosed without your permission. This is explained in detail at your first session and your will be given a document that sets this out.

Counselling may help with:

  • Depression and Anxiety

  • Unhappiness

  • Overwhelm

  • Addictions

  • Relationships

Counselling can help you develop skills and strategies to help you cope with your problems and to makke your life and your relationships better.


  • initial consultation and 1 follow up    1.5hours             £ 70

  • Follow up consultation  1 hour                                     £ 50

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