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The Consultation Process

Initial Consultation

Once your initial consultation has been booked, you will receive an email containing a health questionnaire, including a 3 day food diary to be completed and sent back prior to your initial consultation. A list of any medications and supplements currently taken will also be required. You may also be asked to submit recent laboratory testing results if applicable.


The duration of the initial consultation is about 90 - 120 minutes and comprises of a comprehensive health evaluation. This includes an in depth assessment of current symptoms, key systems within the body, family history, medical history, and current dietary and lifestyle habits. 

Based on the information gathered in the initial consultation I will develop a personalised naturopathic nutrition health plan to support you with your health concerns, which includes dietary, lifestyle and supplement recommendations. In some cases, further lab testing may be recommended to gain a deeper understanding of potential biochemical imbalances that may be contributing to your health symptoms.

I also offer a 30 minute post-consultation call, once you have received your plan, to go over any questions you may having regarding any specific recommendations in the plan. 

Review of health questionnaire, food diary, current supplementation and medication.


Review previous medical laboratory testing (if applicable)


Comprehensive health assessment based on presenting symptoms, dietary and lifestyle habits, medical history and family history.


You will receive a Individualised Nutrition Health Plan including dietary and lifestyle recommendations to help you achieve your health goals.

Recommendations on supplementation - dosing, timing and brands. 


Additional resources, recipes and handouts may be provided.


Guidance on further clinical testing

30-minute post-consultation call to address any questions 

Follow-up consultations

The follow up consultation will take about 45 - 60 minutes. During this time we will review your progress with the initial plan and revisit your initial health goals and symptoms. Testing requested in the previous consultation will also be reviewed together here so that recommendations in the follow-up plan can further be tailored to your individual needs. 

A follow up consultation is generally recommended 4 weeks after our initial consultation, however this can vary depending on your health concern or goals. In addition the number of follow up consultations recommended also varies, as this is largely determined on the severity your health concerns and how long have have been experiencing the associated symptoms for. In some cases only 1 follow up is necessary, whereas in more complex, chronic conditions further follow ups may be required to address the underlying imbalances. From then on, the health plan will be adjusted in subsequent follow up visits according to the your clinical progress.


After your health evaluation in the initial consultation we will discuss what time-frame one can realistically expect to see results and how many follow-up consultations are recommended and agree on a plan together. 

Each follow up consultation is an opportunity to dig deeper and devise a truly personalised health plan that suits your physiology and lifestyle. The primary goal is eventually to provide a health plan that supports your health long-term. 

Review progress of dietary and lifestyle recommendations from initial plan 

Interpretation of laboratory testing requested from initial consultation 

Revised Individualised Nutrition Health Plan with more further personalised recommendations. 

Adjustments and revision to supplement protocol. 

15-30 minute post-consultation call to address any questions

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Please note:


Nutritional Therapists are not licensed to diagnose or treat any specific disease or medical condition. A Nutritional Therapist is trained to evaluate your nutritional needs and make recommendations of dietary change and nutritional supplements, not medical diagnoses or prescriptions. If you suffer from a medical or pathological condition, you need to consult with an appropriate healthcare provider. A Nutritional Therapist is not a substitute for your family physician or other appropriate healthcare providers.

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