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Jessica Cadbury MSc, BANT, CNHC


Intuitve Eating Counsellor & HAES® Nutritional Therapist

Jessica Cadbury Intuitive Eating
United Kingdom

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Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Nutrition
- Disordered eating
- Eating disorders
- Intuitive Eating
- Body image
- Health
- Wellbeing
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Health at Every Size®
- Fat liberation
- Intuitive Eating
- body acceptance
- Weight inclusive
- Non-diet
- Nutritional therapy
- interoceptive awareness
- Anti-diet
- intersectional
Age Groups Served:
- Adults (18 years old and up)
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

In my practice, I work alongside my clients in making peace with food through learning how to eat more intuitively, and with a greater ability to connect to their bodies and their authentic selves. I do not believe that a healthcare practitioner (HCP) is there to tell folks what they should and shouldn't be doing to improve their health. Instead, I believe that the client is the expert on themselves and their bodies, and HCPs should be helping them to feel empowered and rooted in that knowledge.

I will never suggest weight-loss, or restrictive diets of any kind, and I believe that if a person wishes to work on any aspect of their health, they can do it in a weight-neutral way and in a way that honours their body rather than punishes it. I want to help folks break free from the narrow and oppressive ideals around bodies and health and help them understand that there is no "right" way to have a body, and no one definition of "health". It is up to the individual to decide what this all looks like for them and I will do what I can to support them in their goals.

I serve anyone who wishes to heal their relationship with food, and feel very privileged to work with and learn from folks from various populations.

About Me & My Practice

I discovered HAES® and Intuitive Eating (I.E.) in the midst of researching for my Nutrition degree, and and I feel so incredibly lucky that I did. I was able to start the process of healing my own relationship with food and my body, and in doing so, became so passionate about the paradigm that I decided to work towards starting my own HAES® and I.E. practice, which I did in 2018.

Since then, I have experience working with people in bodies across the size spectrum, and have supported many larger bodied clients in advocating for themselves within the medical care setting and/or advocating on their behalf if necessary. This differs from case to case, but generally, I find that grounding folk in some of the HAES® and I.E. research, and helping them understand why "ob*sity" research is deeply flawed can be a great help, as well as developing strategies and "scripts" in preparation for seeing their HCP.

If a client isn't comfortable advocating for themselves or without support, I am also happy to contact their HCP myself and advocate for them in anyway I can.

When I'm not working, I love to sing either alone with my guitar or with my two sisters. I also love watching films, especially gritty thrillers. I can sometimes be found in my local lido, but in a perfect world I would live by the sea and swim in it everyday.

In 2021 I became a Mum, and I'm working hard to try to raise my baby in the way that helps her maintain a peaceful relationship with food and her body.

Accessibility Considerations

I am currently offer my one to one services virtually, with a hope to being able to offer face to face sessions as soon as possible and in a fat and disabled friendly setting.

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