Dr. Murray, mANP

Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Murray is one of the world’s leading authorities on natural medicine. He has published over 30 books featuring natural approaches to health. He is a graduate, former faculty member, and serves on the Board of Regents of Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington.

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For the past thirty-five years, Dr. Murray has been compiling a massive database of original scientific studies from the medical literature. He has personally collected over 65,000 articles from the scientific literature, which provide strong evidence on the effectiveness of diet, vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other natural measures in the maintenance of health and the treatment of disease. It is from this constantly expanding database that Dr. Murray provides the answers on health and healing on DoctorMurray.com.

Dr Myhill, mANP

Ecological Medicine Expert, Keynote speaker, Author

Dr Myhill qualified from the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London, Honours viva, 1981. She worked for 20 years as an NHS GP before moving to Independent Medical Practice with a special interest in CFS/ME.

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Dr Myhill qualified from the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London, Honours viva, 1981. She worked for 20 years as an NHS GP before moving to Independent Medical Practice with a special interest in CFS/ME. She practices Ecological Medicine – diagnosing mechanisms of disease which have obvious implications for management. She has been an active member of the BSEM since 1986 Hon Meetings Secretary (1993–1998) including  5 day International Conference “Sustainable Medicine” at Christ Church College Oxford, Hon Secretary 1999 -2007.

She is the author of a number of books, which can be found https://www.drmyhill.co.uk/

Dr. Jenny Goodman, mANP

Doctor, Author, Lecturer

Dr Jenny Goodman qualified at Leeds University Medical School in 1982, and worked as a junior doctor in General Medicine, Surgery and A&E.  Profoundly disillusioned with conventional medicine’s inability to actually heal sick people, and its failure to enquire about the causes of illness or to do preventive healthcare, she left.

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Dr Jenny Goodman qualified at Leeds University Medical School in 1982, and worked as a junior doctor in General Medicine, Surgery and A&E.  Profoundly disillusioned with conventional medicine’s inability to actually heal sick people, and its failure to enquire about the causes of illness or to do preventive healthcare, she left.  She then lectured extensively, both on medical sciences to practitioners of alternative medicine, and on topics such as women’s health and the politics of health to the general public in adult education classes. She also did a Master’s degree in psychotherapy and counselling, and worked as a therapist at the Hammersmith Hospital, thinking her days as a medic were finally over.

However: in the 1990s she was lucky enough to discover what is now the British Society for Ecological Medicine, a group of doctors and other practitioners who practise nutritional and environmental medicine. (It was then called the BSAENM, British Society for Allergy, Environmental and Nutritional Medicine). They were asking the same questions that had gone unanswered for her throughout medical school. And they were finding answers, helping their patients to dramatically better health through changes in diet, nutrition and detoxification.

Jenny trained with the BSEM’s post-grad course, and qualified in Ecological Medicine, learning in depth about the nutritional and environmental factors that affect our physical and mental health, and passing this information on to patients. She has been practising Ecological Medicine for 20 years now, with a special interest in fertility, pre-conception care and working with children. For 10 years she ran a case-discussion group, where medical and naturopathic/nutritional practitioners share knowledge and clinical experience. She is the author of “Staying Alive in Toxic Times: A Seasonal Guide to Lifelong Health”, published in Jan 2020 by the Yellow Kite imprint of Hodder & Stoughton.

Dr Jodi Cahill, mANP

Homeopathic Doctor, Naturopath, Homotoxicologist

Jodi is a Homeopathic Doctor, Registered Naturopath & Homotoxicologist. Jodi graduated with distinctions in Homeopathy and studied extensively at the Durban University of Technology in South Africa. Jodi has well over a decade of clinical experience.

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Jodi graduated with distinctions in Homeopathy and studied extensively at the Durban University of Technology in South Africa. Jodi has well over a decade of clinical experience. She has two busy clinics in London and Sevenoaks where she sees a range of different clients, however she has a special interest in the endocrine system and mental health related conditions.

Jodi has lectured at the College of Practical Homoeopathy, the Institute for Optimum Nutrition and is a well respected, long-standing senior lecturer for the College of Naturopathic Medicine where she teaches in Biomedicine, Naturopathy and Homeopathy and where she is also the Director of Homeopathy.

Matthew Wood, mANP

Leading Herbalist, Author and Educator 

Matthew Wood has been a practicing herbalist since 1982. In a period when many authors and lecturers are merely “arm chair herbalists” who offer theories and opinions based on book learning, and others have turned to the exotic traditions of India or China, he has been an active practitioner of traditional Western herbalism.

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He has helped tens of thousands of clients over the years, with many difficult health problems. While Matthew believes in the virtue of many other healing modalities, he has always been inspired to learn, preserve, and practice the tradition of herbal medicine descending to us from our European, Anglo-American, and Native American heritage. He is a member of the American Herbalists Guild (registered herbalist) and has earned his Masters of Science degree from the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine (accredited by the University of Wales)

Dr, Attila Szanto, mANP

Doctor, Social Scientist,  Acupuncturist

Attila trained as a social scientist with a PhD from the London School of Economics and worked in senior administrative positions in academia before discovering his passion for alternative medicine.

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Attila trained as a social scientist with a PhD from the London School of Economics and worked in senior administrative positions in academia before discovering his passion for alternative medicine.

Attila holds a Diploma in Acupuncture and Naturopathy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine (London). He has undertaken extensive postgraduate training in Chinese medicine, including dietary therapy, fertility & IVF, and musculoskeletal pain.

Attila is a certified Clinical Supervisor and lectures Chinese medicine at CNM, London.

In his clinical practice, Attila treats clients with a wide range of conditions including stress and anxiety, insomnia, musculoskeletal pain, headaches, fertility and IVF, and digestive disorders. Over the years, he has developed a special interest in Chinese dietary therapy and regularly offers dietary and lifestyle advice to clients to complement his treatments.

Attila practices acupuncture and naturopathy in South East London and Strasbourg, France.

Website: www.energievitale.eu

Leah Hechtman, mANP

Leading Fertility and Women’s Health Expert, Author, Educator

Leah is an experienced and respected clinician and has been in private practice for over 20 years. She specialises in fertility, pregnancy and reproductive medicine and holds fellowships and memberships with many International organisations.

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Leah is an experienced and respected clinician and has been in private practice for over 20 years. She specialises in fertility, pregnancy and reproductive medicine and holds fellowships and memberships with many International organisations. She sits on multiple Scientific Advisory boards and is a Past President of the NHAA.

She has completed extensive advanced training and is currently completing her PhD through the School of Women’s and Children’s Health (Faculty of Medicine [UNSW]). Her research is exploring ovarian biomarkers in women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Premature Ovarian Failure (POF).

Leah is the Director of The Natural Health and Fertility Centre, in Sydney Australia. Over the years she has helped thousands of couples conceive healthy, vibrant children often in situations where they were told there was no hope left.

She is a keynote speaker at conferences locally and internationally to both the functional and complementary medicine communities as well as the wider fertility and gynaecological areas of medicine. She is the author of multiple seminal naturopathic textbooks and is a contributor to journals and other texts within the Naturopathic and Functional Medicine areas as well as general gynaecology, fertility and infertility.

Most importantly, she is a mother to two gorgeous boys who keep her grounded, humbled and consciously aware.

Rhian Jones, mANP

Herbalist, Naturopath and Nutritional Therapist

Rhian completed a BSc (HONS) in nutritional therapy at Westminster University and followed this with an MSc in Western Herbal Medicine. Rhian is the head of the Nutrition department for The College of Naturopathic Medicine and runs a busy successful practice.

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After several years in practice Rhian studied Naturopathy and advanced Iridology at The College of Naturopathic Medicine and collectively she uses all of these skills when she is in clinical practice.

Rhian also lectures on a variety of related health subjects but has a particular interest in obesity and female reproductive health. Rhian is a member of NiMH and ANP both professional bodies.

Peter Jackson-Main, mANP

Herbalist, Iridologist and Educator 

Peter-Jackson Main has more than 30 years’ clinical experience. He is the Course Director for Herbal Medicine at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM), as well as being the chair for The General Naturopathic Council (GNC).

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Peter-Jackson Main has more than 30 years’ clinical experience. He is also the Course Director for Herbal Medicine at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM). His publications include “Practical Iridology” (2004), a chapter on Western Herbal Medicine in “Reshaping Herbal Medicine” (2005), and several training manuals in Herbal Medicine, Iridology and Holistic Iridology. He is co-director of the Natural Centre in Cambridge, and of the College of Holistic Iridologists. In my practice he combines Herbal Medicine and a multi-disciplinary Naturopathic approach using the diagnostic insights of Holistic Iridology, which also takes in an understanding of the role of emotion, thoughts and beliefs in creating health.

Ray Griffiths, mANP

Researcher, Author and Nutritional Therapist

Ray Griffiths MSc is a Registered Nutritionist and Lecturer and hails from the South of England, living on the borders of Essex and Suffolk. He has been researching and practising nutrition for over 20 years and lecturing for over 10 years.

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Ray’s MSc dissertation was on the role that mitochondria play in Parkinson’s disease. His lectures and webinars have covered diverse subjects such as: cancer and nutrition, depression, chronic fatigue, cardiovascular health, neurodegeneration, MS and ageing. Ray has a background in Broadcast Engineering and likes to apply a similar style systems philosophy to nutrition and biochemistry – using this approach to challenge and greatly expand existing ideas and concepts. He is the author of three books “Depression: The Mind-Body Diet and Lifestyle Connection”, “Mitochondria in Health and Disease” and “Parkinson’s Disease: An In-Depth Metabolic Guide” – all available on Amazon

Gabi Forrester, mANP

Naturopath, Herbalist, Iridologist

Gabi Forrester is a Naturopath, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Iridologist and Herbalist and has been in Practice for 19 years. As well as running a busy practice. Gabi lecturers for The College of Naturopathic Medicine, and presents to practitioners at various CPD events and webinars.

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Gabi Forrester is a Naturopath, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Iridologist and Herbalist and has been in practice for 19 years, seeing clients in person, delivering online courses, and lecturing for the CNM.

“I believe that there is a real art to a Consultation that combines what we can observe about the person in front of us and marry up what we hear them say and what the lab results reveal. A true Naturopathic protocol should synergise all the elements to create a balanced solution”.

Gabi has branched out into helping fellow Practitioners with a Facebook Support group called ‘Bridging the Gap in your Health Practice’ – a resource for Nutritionists, Herbalists, Naturopaths, Hands-on therapists and Functional Medicine Practitioners who want to fulfill their desire to help clients whilst effectively running their clinic. It is a regular dose of deep meaningful conversations, inspiration and practical training so you can create a balance between your clinic, your clients, your time, your income and your sanity.

Whether you run a multi-disciplinary practice or it’s just you,we aim to bring together consultation tips, clinic growing strategies, communication skills and also bridge the gap between nutritional and herbal advice.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/bridgingyourhealthpractice

https://www.natural-practices.co.uk/

Neil Z Miller, mANP

Medical Researcher

Neil Z. Miller is a medical research journalist and Director of the Thinktwice Global Vaccine Institute. He has devoted the past 25 years to educating parents and health practitioners about vaccines, encouraging informed consent and non-mandatory laws.

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He is the author of several professional scientific papers and books on vaccines, including Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies (2016), Vaccine Safety Manual for Concerned Families and Health Practitioners, Make an Informed Vaccine Decision for the Health of Your Child (with Dr. Mayer Eisenstein) and Vaccines: Are They Really Safe and Effective? Past organizations that he has lectured for include the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, the International College of Integrative Medicine, Autism One, Maximized Living, and the Culture of Life Institute. Mr. Miller has a degree in psychology and is a member of Mensa. He lives in Northern New Mexico.

Linda Vezzoli, mANP

Nutritional Therapist, Health Coach

Linda Vezzoli is a registered Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach based in London.

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Her work focuses on female and hormonal health, fertility, pregnancy and beyond. She combines nutritional and lifestyle advice with health coaching to ensure her clients are empowered and involved, making it easier for them to succeed.   It was her own health journey which sparked her passion for health and wellness. Linda is deeply passionate about nutrition, and strives to educate and inspire people to take control of their health. FInd out more at www.nutritional-therapist.co.uk

Elle Fox, mANP

Snr Editor ANP, Naturopath, Author, Researcher

Coming from a medical and business background, Elle is a CNM Naturopathy and Iridology graduate, with over 30 years’ experience in complementary health, lecturing and education. A practising naturopath, homeopath, author and researcher, Elle specialises in microbiome and behavioural health and is passionate about supporting local sustainable farming.

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“We need to see ourselves as a whole and approach our health choices that way”, she says, stressing the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach to health. “We also need to become aware of how we support and are supported by our family and our local community.”

This philosophy is evident in Elle’s practice: she tutors parents, students and practitioners and is hugely enthusiastic about her fermentation workshops, which see the attendance of international celebrities and aim to educate people on how to reclaim their good gut bacteria:

“There so much new research pointing to the fact that our gut bacteria massively influence our behaviour and resistance to illness. Cheap food is expensive food. It offers no value for money and is one of the main contributors to ill-health, obesity and behavioural issues.” Proceeds go to support the infrastructure and education on the local biodynamic/organic farms.

Elle feels strongly about her charity work and involvement with her local farms: “Having served as one of the Directors of the Coop who own the farms has deepened my understanding of what it takes to produce health-promoting food, bursting with life, kind to the environment, and kind to our pockets. Working with this type of vital food and showing people how to get the best out of it is such an enormous pleasure. Fermented foods have made a huge difference to my family’s and my patients’ health and I am a massive fan of the brilliant critters residing in our gut; they shape our personalities and our lives and we need to learn how to safeguard and promote their wellbeing.”

An avid and critical examiner of current health affairs and research, Elle is delighted to have been invited to serve as the Senior Editor of the ANP, the largest and most active association of naturopaths and nutritionists in the UK.