Sophie is a passionate and dedicated health & nutrition scientist and coach, with 15 years’ experience helping clients achieve optimal health and performance.
Sophie first trained in biomedical science, specialising in Pharmacology, before working as a laboratory research scientist developing specialised cancer therapies. After four years in the lab, and following her own health revelations, she returned to university to study a master’s degree in Clinical and Public Health Nutrition at UCL. Sophie applies her extensive knowledge of health and nutrition science, together with functional medicine and genetic and functional testing, to help individuals achieve their goals.
Sophie specialises in helping people with complex, chronic health problems with a particular focus on mental health and neurodiversity, fatigue and stress-based illness, digestive disorders, hormone imbalance and autoimmunity.
Outside of her clinical hours, you will find Sophie buried in research on nutrition, neuroscience and psychology, lecturing and supervising student research at the internationally renowned Institute of Optimal Nutrition (ION), as Performance Nutritionist for University College London’s Student Union, and consulting for innovative start-ups.
Sophie consistently receives excellent feedback from her clients, students and colleagues and is engaged in continuous professional development to ensure she can provide you with the very best support.