Information for Patients
From the practitioner: About My Practice
Dr Liz (to her patients) has a passion for empowering people to restore their health through changing how they interact with their world. Through her own and family members’ struggles with health she was led to Functional Medicine. She graduated Royal Free University College London in 2005 and is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. She has pursued further education in Functional Medicine as a means to ‘come alongside’ her patients to help them make changes and improve their health.
Dr Liz is also the chair of the Down's Syndrome Research Foundation, the UK's only medical research charity for the needs of people with Down('s) syndrome. Her drive to help people with DS is from her love of her brother David who has DS.
From the practitioner: What Patients Can Expect
We aim to help people with chronic (long term) conditions providing guidance to improve their global health (mental and physical) through changing their lifestyle. Working in conjunction with a Nutritional Therapist, Health Coach and Psychotherapist where appropriate we would be able to deliver a complete package to improve long term health through diet, lifestyle and therapy if needed. Dr Liz can also refer to a number of other allied health professionals in her network i.e. OT, SALT, Neurofeedback Specialist or others as needed.
I will see children or adults at my clinic at Starjumpz Children's Centre.
I will not replace your primary care doctor or psychiatrist. My service will be an 'add-on' to improve your health in the long term.
- Lifestyle Medicine
- Public Health and General Preventive Medicine
Graduate School Education
GMC, Member of Royal College Psychiatrists, Independent Doctors Federation, Member of the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research, Member of the British Society for Ecological Medicine
- Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice
- Cardiometabolic Advanced Practice Module
- GI Advanced Practice Module
- Immune Advanced Practice Module