Meet the team...
Dympna is a Registered Dietitian with extensive experience of working in a range of clinical settings and training healthcare professionals. Her particular interest is in lifestyle change in relation to weight management, diabetes, coronary heart disease and irritable bowel. Learn More
Dr Lih-Mei Liao
Lih-Mei is a clinical psychologist and a health psychologist. She is registered with the Health Professions Council and is a fellow of the British Psychological Society. She is a part-time lead consultant clinical psychologist in the NHS, working with colleagues and trainees to deliver clinical excellence.
Cheryl is a registered Dietitian by profession. Having worked in the NHS for more years than she cares to admit, her deep experience of working with a wide range of patients has led her to become an advocate for, and a skilled practitioner in, applying behavioural change skills as a means of improving health outcomes.
Dr. Paul Chadwick is a Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist. He is Clinical Director of MEND Central Ltd, currently the world’s largest provider of paediatric weight management programmes as well as working at the Royal Free Hampstead NHS trust and Camden and Islington MHSCT where he leads on psychological services for people with Diabetes.
Helen is a Clinical Research Dietitian at CRUK’s Health Behaviour Research Centre at UCL. Her principal areas of interest are child and adult obesity, children's eating habits and developing interventions to support people to change health-related behaviours.
Karan has more than 20 years experience in Health Promotion and Public Health practice as an independent consultant. Her specialist areas are physical activity, obesity management and behaviour change.
Barbara Wren is a Chartered Psychologist and an organisational consultant with 20 years experience of developing interventions to improve individual, team and organisational effectiveness in healthcare settings. For the past 12 years she has worked in a London teaching hospital developing in – house psychology services for NHS staff.