Charlotte Fraser has over twenty years of experience working in the health, nutrition and wellness sector.
Holistic in approach, Charlotte works dynamically with the client on a physiological, physical, mental and emotional level to bring about sustainable, long-term change in their health and wellbeing. Awareness is, Charlotte believes, 90% of the cure and she places considerable emphasis on helping clients to gain better self-knowledge and understanding.
Charlotte’s interest in nutrition stems from her own personal experience treating a chronic health condition. She was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis when she was 23 years old. It was during that classic ‘transition’ time of leaving home, university and embarking on a career in London. Repeat flare-ups followed by long, debilitating spells in hospital, compelled Charlotte to explore alternative health therapies and approaches. Her journey took her to many of the world’s leading spas and medical detox clinics. Also, her interest in the mind/body connection led to further exploration through both psychodynamic and transpersonal psychotherapy. Charlotte’s further study of Traditional Chinese Medicine is integrated in her own nutrition practice.
Charlotte found really tangible and meaningful results through nutritional therapy, also in adopting a different mindset and more holistic approach. She went on to study for a Diploma at the UK School of Naturopathic Nutrition, qualifying with distinction in 2006 before qualifying for a Diploma in Food Intolerance Testing. She has a TQUK Level 2 Certificate in ‘Understanding Behaviour that Challenges’ from Vision West Nottinghamshire College.
A keen writer, Charlotte has written a nutrition column for Country House Magazine (now Country & Town House Magazine) and edited the ‘Success Stories’ for the European Rolfing® Association. She has also contributed to City AM, Richmond Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine, The Sydney Morning Herald, High50, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE, and Essential Surrey.
Country & Town House Magazine has featured Charlotte in their “Wellness A-Team.” She is among nine “transformation specialists to dial-up for extra A-grade support.” [July / August 2022 issue ]