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Sarah Grant

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Nutritional Therapy Practitioner & Intuitive Eating Counsellor

Gut Reaction
Virtual,
United Kingdom

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Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- General health and wellbeing
- Difficult relationship with food and body
- Gut-related health concerns and digestive health
- Type 2 Diabetes
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Intuitive Eating Counselling
- Nutritional Therapy
- Acceptance & Commitment Training
- Health Coaching
Age Groups Served:
- Adults (18 years old and up)
- Older Adults (65+ years old)
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

I work as a weight-inclusive Nutritional Therapist and Intuitive Eating Counsellor. I accept every person is unique and acknowledge bodies come in all shapes and sizes. I ensure I treat all the people I encounter in my practice with respectful care. To me, being a HAES® provider means taking a person-centred approach - that means supporting the client in creating a lifestyle that is fulfilling and meaningful to them personally. Whilst many people I see in my private practice are interested in enhancing their physical health, particularly gut health, as well as improving their relationship with food, my definition of health is very holistic and I am very aware that there are other determinants of health at play beyond diet and lifestyle - the areas I primarily work with, and I aim to keep a balanced perspective on this.

About Me & My Practice

I qualified in Nutritional Therapy in 2013 and entered private practice with a focus on helping people to improve their gut health and general health including weight by focussing on healthy eating and lifestyle. Like most conventionally trained nutrition professionals, I believed that I was offering a healthy alternative to dieting rooted in nutritional science. But, the more people with food and body struggles that I coached, the more I recognised the impact of a culture obsessed with weight, wellness and food on people’s sense of self, their emotional wellbeing and relationship with food. With an inner knowing that something felt very wrong about the approach I was taking, I started to question aspects of the way I’d been trained and in doing so I came across a very different philosophy of health and nutrition to the weight-centric mainstream paradigm. This was a liberating self-care eating framework called Intuitive Eating that empowers people to divest from dieting mentality and become the experts of their own bodies. This far better that aligned with my professional and personal values. Today my practice draws heavily on Intuitive Eating and I have centred my practice and approach to supporting people with their nutrition and eating behaviour around this. The best part of what I do is seeing people reclaim their freedom and joy around food and their bodies. I practice joyful, gentle movement through Yoga, tennis and Zumba.

Accessibility Considerations

I provide virtual services but if there is any way I can help facilitate better accessibility online, I will readily explore this. As part of my information gathering on new clients, providing information about weight is optional and I discourage weigh-ins and weight tracking.

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