Haley, MSc, PgDip, BSc (Hons) is a clinical nutritionist registered with the Association for Nutrition. She offers a gentle, empathetic approach led by current clinical evidence.
- Child and adolescent nutrition
- IBS and other digestive disorders
- Mental health (esp. anxiety and depression)
- Austism, ADHD and other conditions of neurodivergence
- Chronic Inflammatory conditions e.g. long covid
Haley is a qualified clinical pharmacist as well as clinical nutritionist, and has held senior clinical roles within NHS teaching hospitals (Chelsea & Westminster, Guys & Thomas’) and specialist clinical rotations within the HCA hospital group, The Maudsley and The Priory, in both in-patient and out-patient settings.
She has also contributed to, and edited medical journals, so has plenty of experience in appraising clinical trials.
She attained a BSc (Hons) degree in Pharmacy at Manchester University, a post-graduate degree in Clinical Pharmacy Practice as a resident pharmacist with HCA group, then a master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition at the Rowett Institute at the University of Aberdeen.
Her background has given her a deep understanding of the pathophysiology of disease states and neurological & immune disorders and enables her to take a unique approach understanding the interplay between medical care, drug treatment and nutritional interventions.
Haley is a mother to two secondary-school aged daughters (who’ve had their own share of health challenges) and has a passion for working with children, adolescents and their parents or carers.