Summer is a Clinical Nutritionist (BHSc NutDMed) and SOS trained feeding therapist with a background in education who is passionate about helping kids thrive. She loves to empower kids and their caregivers with knowledge and practical solutions to get kids moving towards more balanced health and wellbeing.
Summer combines traditional food knowledge alongside evidence-based nutritional medicine strategies to provide foundational and targeted support individualised to each person. She offers assistance in areas including digestive complaints (constipation, diarrhoea, pain, bloating), food sensitivities and intolerances, poor immunity, poor energy, and allergic conditions (food allergies, eczema, rashes, hay fever, asthma).
Summer is a mum of two and spends a good amount of her free time in the kitchen baking and meal prepping, and experimenting with foods that are kid-friendly. She has experience in a wide range of dietary needs and preferences and particularly loves to find kid-friendly recipes to optimise their gut health; an area she believes is pivotal in many health conditions.
Clinical Nutrition is a private health fund recognised profession. Depending on your health insurance provider and your personal level of coverage you may be able to receive a health fund rebate. Please check with your provider to see if you are eligible. Bachelor Health Science (Nutrition and Dietetic Medicine) SOS Trained Feeding Therapist
Kelly is a degree qualified Naturopath and registered Nutritional Therapist (UK).
Extensively trained in nutrition, functional medicine,
Western herbal medicine and naturopathy, she has many tools in her toolbox to support clients.
As a busy working mum of 3 sons, she understands first-hand the challenges and stresses placed on families today. Her sons have been her greatest teachers when it comes to supporting the health and wellbeing of kids and are the reason, she became a nutritionist and naturopath.
As a family they have overcome sensory processing and behaviour challenges, anxiety, night terrors, and food intolerances. More recently, supporting parents through cognitive decline and navigating perimenopause means she is a practitioner who is “walking the talk”.
Kelly has a special love for supporting gut issues, immunehealth, and hormone imbalances.
Amy is a degree qualified Naturopath & Nutritionist with
over 14 years experience. Her special interests are in paediatric neurotoxicity, neurodiversity and unexplained nutrient deficiencies. She also sees children with recurrent tonsillitis and ear infections, behaviour concerns, sleep disturbances, anxiety, and lowered immunity.
Since becoming a mother herself, Amy has first hand experience of the ups and downs of children's health, and the impact this has on the family unit. This has greatly shaped the way Amy practices, you will find her patient, compassionate and realistic with her treatments.
Amys superpowers are that of an investigative manner... Utilising functional testing and non-invasive pathology methods, she gets to the bottom of the underlying causes of your child's presenting symptoms.
When not in clinic, you will find Amy in the kitchen forever
making wholesome snacks for her growing boys, or out in nature having family adventures.
Sara is a Certified Practicing Nutritionist and SOS Trained Feeding Therapist with a unique dual degree – a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition) and a Bachelor of International Business. With over two decades of experience in the health industry, Sara has been practising clinical nutrition since 2021.
Sara collaborates closely with her clients to uncover the underlying causes of their health concerns and assists them to achieve their health goals. She understands that the journey to long-term health lies in making realistic and sustainable changes that integrate into an individual's lifestyle.
Sara specialises in a range of health issues including:
In her spare time, Sara enjoys spending time with her family, doing yoga, reading, gardening, strolling sandy beaches, and testing out new recipes.