Dawn Waldron is a UK nutritional therapist, nutrigenetic counsellor and life coach, specialising in breast cancer. As a 23 year survivor with 17 years clinical nutrition experience, Dawn brings empathy and insight to her clinical work. Her Power Through Breast Cancer programme supports clients to get the most out of their cancer experience: helping clients make more informed choices, identifying and supporting personal risk factors that may compromise recovery, optimising treatment outcomes and springboarding to a happier and healthier life beyond the crisis.
After graduating with distinction from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in 2004, Dawn joined the education team at ION while building her practice; during her time at ION she led the Clinical Analysis module, integrating the functional medicine approach into the syllabus. Since 2009 she has been in full-time practice gradually building her knowledge. In 2017, after completing a postgraduate certificate in Personalised Nutrition, Dawn decided to focus exclusively on breast cancer with an emphasis on nutrigenetic support. Dawn’s private clinic is based at her home in Kent. She offers one-to-one consultations, group workshops and online courses to suit individual budgets and learning styles.
All clients can book a free exploratory chat via Dawn’s website.
Dawn’s Qualifications: PG Cert CNELM (Personalised Nutrition) Dip ION, Member of BANT, CNHC
Nutritional Therapy, Nutrigenetic Counselling, Life Coaching (for Breast Cancer), Functional Medicine
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