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ABOUT SARAH MORTON
- Specialist Dietitian 
BSc. MSc. PgDip

At the helm of Food Script Nutrition is a Sarah Morton, a highly specialist Dietitian with 13 years experience in both the NHS and private practice.  Passionate about health but also about our relationship with food, Sarah will bring her many years of behaviour change techniques, significant clinical knowledge but most importantly her compassion to provide an individualised bespoke plan based on YOUR nutritional needs.

 

Specialising in disordered eating including diagnosed eating disorders (Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa) in adolescents and adults.  Sarah also has significant experience in working with binge eating disorder and general weight management concerns.  Sarah also has extensive experience in post operative bariatric surgery nutrition (Sleeve Gastrectomy / Roux En Y procedures), functional bowel disorders (IBS) and low FODMAP diets. 

 

In particular Sarah believes the issues around life stage nutrition and hormonal nutritional concerns require a wealth of sensitivity as well as individualisation to ensure that a client's advice is as individual as their journey getting there. 

To that end Sarah has a huge interest in fertility nutrition, PCOS and peri / menopausal nutritional approaches in order to manage symptoms, improve outcomes and more importantly to empower clients to have ownership. 

Additional Postgraduate Training

  • Maudsley Family Therapy for Anorexia Nervosa (FT-AN);

  • Introductions to CBT-E, DBT, CFT; SSCM; Cognitive Remediation Therapy; Advanced motivational interviewing and behaviour change techniques (Stephen Rollnick);

  • Implementation of a low FODMAP Exclusion Diet for IBS (King's College, London);

  • Guided Self Help for Binge Eating Disorder (New Transitions)

  • Winchester ARFID Course

 

 

Professional Membership

HCPC registered and a full member of the British Dietetic Association, Sarah also sits on the committee of the Freelance Group as well as being an active member of the BDA Mental Health Group, CAMHS subgroup as well as the ARFID and ASD groups respectively. 

 

 

Teaching

Sarah teaches on the BDA Advanced Clinical Skills for Dietitians working within Eating Disorders course. 

 

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