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Rachel Beasley
  • Are you feeling like you’ve lost yourself?
  • Have you been struggling with your mood but have no idea where to start without taking medication?
  • Does thinking about food stress you out with all the information out there?
  • Do you want to feel more like yourself again?


Hi, I’m Rachel. I’m a Registered Nutritional Therapist working in nutrition for mental health. I can’t stop bad things from happening, but I can provide you with the support to help yourself out when they do. I want to give you the tools to help you feel like yourself again, without the diet culture or rigid rules and restrictions. 


My own struggles with mental health are what pushed me to learn more about nutrition. This started in my teens when I battled with debilitating moods; impacting my life in a lot of different ways, far more than just mentally. I came to nutrition wanting a better understanding of how I could help myself and others with their mental health. It’s one tool of many, but it can give you a huge advantage. My own healing journey is ongoing, but it has progressed further by incorporating nutritional support alongside other tools. Now, I want to help others regain an understanding of their mental health needs and help them to feel like themselves again. 


Nutritional therapy is about getting to the root of your concerns so we can address why they’re happening and not just the symptoms. I have a specific framework when working with clients:


1. Approaching nutrition from the perspective of self-care as a way to honour your health.

2. Addressing the way you think and feel about food to make dealing with it less stressful and give you satisfaction in your food choices.


My promise to you: no dieting, no hard-to-follow rules, no restrictions. Only advice that is tailored to your unique needs. I will meet you wherever you’re at so we can build on what you’re already doing.


Reaching out for support isn’t easy. It takes courage to ask for help. But if you're here, you’re probably sick of feeling low. If you would like to find out more about working together, the first step is to book a free introductory call at a time that works for you. We’ll talk about your initial concerns, what you want out of working together and if we’ll be a good fit for each other. From there, it’s entirely up to you!

Rachel Beasley

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