Kaysha Thomas Nutrition

Nutritional Therapy not only involves addressing what you eat, but also how you think and feel about food and your body. This is an individualised approach. I will strive to understand your needs, preferences, and goals in order to offer realistic and personalised support for your health concerns. I hope to create a relationship built on trust so that we can honestly and openly communicate with one another.   

Because our habits are deeply ingrained, making changes that will last a lifetime occurs in stages and often takes time. Be patient. People often wonder how many times we’ll need to meet. That entirely depends on the purpose of our meeting, your goals, your readiness to change, what support systems you have in place, and many other factors.

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Referral Criteria & Process

Call 07583 000 109 or email me at hello@kayshathomas.com to book your FREE 20-minute consultation.


I have taken extensive training over the years. Firstly, at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in Richmond where I completed the 4 year Diploma in Nutritional Therapy. I continue to sit undergraduate and postgraduate training on a regular basis to gain increased expertise and to keep up to date with of the ever-evolving boundaries in this scientific field.


I have had my own private practice since 2010. I also provide individual and group support for an intensive outpatient, eating disorder recovery clinic in London.

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Last Updated: 11/06/2018

Charterhouse Clinic
98 Crawford Street
Central London

Age Groups: (0-15) (16-18) (19-25) (25+)
Fees: Yes

Initial Session: 60-90 minutes £110

Lifestyle and nutrition assessment, baseline goal setting and development of nutrition and/or exercise care plan based on your needs.

Subsequent Sessions: 45-50 minutes £340 (block of 4 sessions)
During our follow-up sessions we will continue to talk through your personal goals, revise our care plan as needed, talk through medical labs as needed, identify additional resources that might be helpful to you (i.e. supplements, books, podcasts, referral to see a mental health professional, etc.). The decision to continue meeting will be a shared one but ultimately you will decide what is most helpful for you.

Types of Support:
Face to face
Group/peer support
Nutrition and dietetics
Types of Service:
Charity/Voluntary body
Private Practitioner
Support Group (recoverers)
Types of Treatment: