Food is Something to Celebrate, Not Fear
Welcome, my name is Tori and I’m a nutritionist and wellness coach in Perth, Western Australia. My qualifications include a BSc Nutrition and a BSc Health Promotion from Curtin University, as well as a BA in Communications from the University of Western Australia. I have previously worked for organisations such as the Heart Foundation, HBF and the City of Wanneroo, and I have a special interest in mental health and wellbeing. I have completed training in motivational interviewing and behaviour change theory, and hold a Certificate in Mental Health First Aid, all of which enables me to help you as a health and wellness coach in Perth.
I started my nutrition practice in Perth in 2016, with a strong desire to provide practical, achievable and well-rounded advice to women (and men!) looking to improve their health without depriving themselves of good food and a balanced lifestyle.
We live in a time of information overload, particularly when it comes to food and health. There is so much conflicting information out there, and for many people this can be overwhelming and confusing. As a health coach in Perth, I work with my clients to provide personalised dietary advice and recommendations that are tailored to their specific health and wellness goals, individual needs, budget, taste preferences, and lifestyle.
With a little bit of knowledge and some skills in food preparation and shopping, eating a wholesome and nutritious diet can be an easy and enjoyable way of life. I offer one-on-one consultations from my office in West Perth, and via Skype. My main focus is working with clients to provide nutrition counselling for:
- Optimal health & wellness
- Increased energy
- Weight loss & management
- Vegetarian & vegan diets
- Natural Fertility
- Pregnancy & the post-partum period
- IBS & the Low FODMAP Diet
I am also interested in helping both women and men explore the areas of their lives that can have a significant effect on their health and wellbeing, influencing their food choices and eating behaviours. These may include factors such as poor sleep quality, unmanaged stress, inadequate physical movement and a lack of social connection.
If you would like more information on my appointments and packages, please take a look at my services page. If you have any questions, such as what’s the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian, check out my FAQ page.
I look forward to working with you!