Hayley Liew has credentials as both a Provisional Psychologist and a Practicing Dietitian. She uses the non-diet Health At Every Size (HAES) method in her practice.
Hayley is a professional doctor who puts her clients first. She approaches her work from a client-centered perspective, constantly meeting people where they are in the process of transformation.
Hayley enjoys dealing with those struggling with eating disorders such as ARFID, subclinical eating, and body image issues. She helps individuals of different ages, sexes, sizes, and cultural backgrounds develop healthier connections with their bodies. Her treatment modalities range from CBT to CBT-Enhanced for eating disorders and Maudsley Family Based Therapy (FBT) for anorexia nervosa to mindfulness-based therapies and guiding communication.
Hayley has been an accredited practicing dietitian for the last 13 years. She has worked in various settings, including private practice consultation and health coaching in private and government-funded programs. Because of her training and experience in the field, she can advise clients with a unique perspective on the intersection between food and mood
Hayley has decided no longer to accept new customers in the sphere of dietetics, but she is open to seeing new patients in the field of psychology.
Casey is a specialist committed to helping you look, feel, and perform your best via education and simplification of the most critical aspects of your nutritional health. Due to her dissatisfaction with the nutrition services she received, Casey has established her distinctive method. It considers biochemical and nutritional dysfunction and deficiencies and the influence of emotions.
Casey can quickly separate nutritional reality from fiction. Years of research, observation and firsthand experience weren't for naught. Instead of focusing on the latest health fad, she is more interested in developing successful dietary therapies in clinical settings. Such an approach guarantees progress for the consumers in the simplest and most helpful way.
In Casey's opinion, one essential lesson is prioritizing your happiness. She is the best in the therapy of: