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www.bant.org.uk
British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) is the professional body in the UK that sets standards of practice for nutritional therapists. The public can use their online directory to find a practitioner by county or postcode.

www.ion.ac.uk
The Institute for Optimum Nutrition is an independent educational trust established for the research, study and practice of nutrition.

www.cnhc.org.uk
The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council is the UK regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners. It is endorsed by the UK's Department of Health and supported by the Prince's Foundation for Integrated Health.

www.thenutritionmentor.com
Josephine Ng has another nutritional therapy practice to help people with a wide range of health issues. Besides individual consultations, she offers workshops, guided food shopping trips and advice to companies.

www.laurenbramley.com
Josephine practices from this multi-disciplinary private medical clinic in Hong Kong which also provides cognitive behaviour therapy, counselling and psychiatric services.

www.thelondonroadwellbeingclinic.co.uk
Lucinda practices from this clinic in Marlborough,Wiltshire in the UK. The clinic offers a wide range of complementary and holistic therapy.

www.kidsco.org.uk
Kids Co gives practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children and young people. The charity provides a substitute family environment where individuals are given a comprehensive package of care to meet their needs. Lucinda works with the children and families there.

www.familyfutures.co.uk
Family Futures is a specialist agency for children in adoptive families, foster families and for those living with children who have experienced separation, loss or early trauma. Lucinda also practices from Family Futures which offers a range of therapies to help support these families.

www.mind.org.uk
Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales.

www.depressionalliance.org
UK's leading charity for people affected by depression. It provides information and support services to relieve and prevent this treatable condition and campaigns to raise awareness about the realities of depression.

www.bacp.co.uk
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy promote counseling and psychotherapy and to raise standards of training and practice. It has an online directory for the public to locate a practitioner.

www.ukcp.org.uk
The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy promotes research, education, training and practice of psychotherapy. Currently it publishes a voluntary register of psychotherapists and the public is able to search for a practitioner on its website.

www.foodandmood.org
This is a Mind-backed dietary self-help service for mental and emotional health. It sells resources for individuals and groups, including a DIY Food and Mood Workshop pack.

www.foodsmatter.com
Food Master is a monthly support magazine for anyone suffering from a food allergy/intolerance or living on a restricted diet.

www.eastsidetherapy.co.uk
The counsellor/psychotherapist helps people work towards living a more satisfying life. Counselling focuses on a particular current issue. Psychotherapy explores more in depth how attitudes and behaviour affect an individual's life.

www.babyjourney.com
The therapist offers Journey techniques to help people heal their general health, emotional and behavioural issues. She has also tailored these techniques for preconceptual, pregnancy and birth-related issues.

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Testimonial
I had undergone a stressful divorce and had been separated from my children. My job was very stressful. I had suffered from clinical depression for a number of years.

I had been taking anti-depressants but did not like the side effects such as feeling foggy and disconnected. I was also concerned about becoming dependent on the medication in the long term.

I first consulted with Josephine at a time when I was struggling to cope. On her recommendations, I adjusted my diet and took nutrients to improve my serotonin levels.

One of the most important things I learned from Josephine was how to keep my blood sugar in balance through my diet. That made a big difference to giving me the energy to pick myself up when things were bad.

Today I am fully recovered but still apply much of the dietary advice from Josephine. I don't think I am exaggerating when I say that she saved me.
Richard J, solicitor, London
 

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