Originally from South Africa, she moved to London and held the position of Specialist Obesity & Weight Management Dietitian for Central London Community Healthcare Trust whilst studying a master’s degree in Eating Disorders at UCL. Her dissertation investigated the causes of weight regain after weight loss surgery which she conducted through the Whittington & St Ann’s Hospitals. She was then appointed as a Specialist Obesity & Bariatric Dietitian at the Homerton Hospital before taking up the post of Lead Eating Disorders Dietitian at St Ann’s Hospital where she managed their in-patient, out-patient and day-hospital dietetic treatment programmes for 7 years. Having also studied psychology, she is an expert in behavioural change counselling to support patients, both underweight and overweight, to achieve and sustain a healthy weight. She has extensive experience across the full spectrum of eating disorder diagnoses from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder as well as Avoidant & Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Dietetic Association (BDA). She is also a member of the BDA’s Mental Health Interest Group and the London Eating Disorders Dietetic Group. She is a guest lecturer for several tertiary institutions in and around London and is a module lead for the Post Graduate Diploma in Obesity & Weight Management for the University of South Wales.
Aleeza believes that everyone can achieve a healthy weight and a healthy relationship with food. What differentiates Aleeza is her balanced approach to treatment: it is not only about what you’re eating but why you are eating. Aleeza’s unique combination of dietetics, physiology, biochemistry and behavioural psychology will empower you to develop a more balanced approach to eating thus enabling you to achieve a healthy relationship with food, a healthy weight and optimal physical and mental wellbeing.
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