Our Nutrition and ADHD Coach, Amber is an empathetic and calm practitioner, who loves working with a wide range of people including those living with a neurodiverse brain. Her aim is to help you perceive you or your child’s individuality as positive, and for this not to become negative in your life. She helps you to love food again, with the application of personalised nutrition as well as coaching techniques to help you implement it all.
Amber is a certified Advanced Life Coach with ADHD specialism, approved by The National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society. She is passionate about the role of nutrition in the support of neurodivergent brains, with a diploma in Applied Nutrition from The Sano School of Culinary Medicine, further training in children’s food behaviour, and is also a 500 hour qualified yoga teacher.
Amber provides feeding support to our NatureDoc families, coaching you into better eating and lifestyle habits. She brings the science of nutrition into the kitchen with tailored recipes, including free-from diets and creating dishes for even the most complicated dietary requirements. For selective eaters, coaching and strategies best suited to each child are combined with simple recipes to provide a food development plan. Amber has additional training from the University of Winchester to help with restricted eating, emotional eating and ARFID.
Amber runs workshops and offers talks at schools for pupils, staff and parents about the importance of feeding young minds. These workshops can help instil a positive relationship with food as well as supporting mental health through breathwork and other specialist techniques. She is an educator and advocate for ADHD.
Amber is married and has two teenage children, as well as three dogs. She loves eating in rhythm with nature, growing her own vegetables and getting upside down on the yoga mat. She practises in Berkshire and via our video telehealth system.
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General Adults (26-65)
Teens & Early 20s (13 to 25)
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