Hello, I'm Jess

We all have a story. As with so many other practitioners working in health and wellness, the reason for me changing career originated from my own personal experiences.


My decision to retrain in nutrition came from having noticed first-hand the positive impacts on my own physical and mental health. I had been ill throughout my first pregnancy and following the birth of my son I was expecting to soon feel well again. Instead, I found myself feeling anything but fine and I began reading about nutrition in an attempt to find a way to feel better. When I could see the positive impacts on both my mental and physical health, I knew that nutrition was something I wanted to work with. Studying nutrition in combination with psychology also helped me look at food and eating differently. During my teenage years I had a complicated relationship with food and although I considered myself lucky to have recovered after a few years, it was first after I began studying nutrition and psychology and delving deeper into the complex relationships between nutrition, feelings and mental and physical health, that I could let go of food obsessions and look at food as medicine and a key tool to nourish both body and mind.

Today, I work with individuals who struggle with overwhelm and mental health concerns, disordered eating or gut problems and want to feel energised, joyful, healthy and finally make peace with food so that they can feel alive, motivated and inspired to live life to the fullest whilst enjoying food and eating. Today, my mission really is to help bridge the gap between mental and physical health and wellbeing. 

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Education & Training behind my work


  • BSc Nutritional therapy 

  • BA (Hons) Psychology

  • CNHC & BANT Registered Nutritional Therapist & Nutritionist®

  • Advanced Diploma in Eating Disorders awarded by the National Centre for Eating Disorders (NCFED) approved by The British Psychological Society (BPS)

  • Functional Medicine Practitioner

  • Zest4Life Health coach

  • Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management


My Approach

In my work I combine the latest nutrition science with functional medicine, nutritional psychology, positive psychology and lifestyle and coaching tools in order to help people make gradual and sustainable changes. My approach is personalised, evidence-based, holistic, inclusive, non-judgemental and I want to create an environment where people feel heard, seen, supported and safe to be truly themselves. I am also here to support, educate and help with accountability - as changing one's lifestyle, nutrition and mindset sounds a lot easier on paper than it is in reality. With so much conflicting information and misinformation on what we should or shouldn't eat and how to stay well, I can help make sense of what we know is true and not and help teach how real food and nutrition, simple lifestyle tools and how we see the world, all affect both our physical and emotional health and wellbeing. My focus is always on including rather than excluding and it is my strongest belief that wellness does not have to be complicated or consist of depriving fad diets and restriction. With my holistic, compassionate approach I can support behaviour change and help people understand that health starts with the bigger picture.


If you feel motivated to start making positive changes to your life then I would love to work with you. To find out more about how we can work together, book a complementary no-obligation call via the link below.