1 to 1 Practitioner Training

Practitioner Training Page

Cytoplan Education provides seminars covering diverse health and nutrition topics with CPD accredited hours. As a company we continue to focus ever more on supporting our practitioners – after all, your nutritional success is ours, and the public’s too.

With this in mind, we are delighted to be able to offer FREE 1 to 1 practitioner training sessions.

Each session will last for up to one hour, and will be delivered online via a live webinar by Clare Daley, Helen Drake or Jackie Tarling, our qualified Nutritional Therapists.

If there are no training sessions currently available, please continue to check the page as we will be uploading additional dates on a regular basis.

What will the training session cover?

  • The Cytoplan Philosophy
  • The Nutrition Gap
  • Key features of our products
  • Advice on product recommendations for specific symptoms

We can also tailor the training session to meet your individual requirements or particular areas of interest if you wish.

Book your training sessionFor more information or to discuss this further,
please contact Kate Butler on 01684 310099
or email kate@cytoplan.co.uk
Clare Daley
“My particular interests are brain health, digestive health and the exciting area of nutrigenomics. Since joining the team at Cytoplan in September 2015 I have enjoyed supporting the development of our work in the area of brain health and look forward to developing this further, along with other areas of education.”

Clare Daley BiographyAfter graduating with a degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Exeter, Clare worked in environmental management for over 10 years.

“With young children, I spent quite a bit of time in soft play areas! It was during a visit to one of these that a friend of mine mentioned she was going to train as a nutritional therapist. I have always retained a passion for biology and nutritional therapy sounded like applied biology, so within 24 hours I had started the process of enrolling on a course.” Clare qualified in 2010 with a Distinction in the Postgraduate Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from the University of Worcester and as an NLP practitioner in 2012. She has also attended the 5-day Institute for Functional Medicine’s AFMCP course.

Since qualifying, Clare has worked as a Nutritional Therapist in private practice and for Nuffield Health, with clients suffering from a wide range of conditions including digestive issues, fibromyalgia, hormone imbalances and weight management.

Helen Drake
“From my work as a nutritional therapist I have realised that the most important aspect of nutrition is compliance and therefore the client’s understanding of why they should make changes. I am therefore passionate about educating, supporting and motivating clients to make nutritional and lifestyle changes to improve health and wellbeing for life. I bring this passion with me to Cytoplan and aim to further support our practitioners and customers.”

Helen Drake BiographyHelen joined Cytoplan in June 2016, as a Nutritional Therapist based in the South East, to support our marketing and technical teams, and offer tailored expert advice to all Cytoplan customers and training to practitioners and students.

Helen has a BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences from Lancaster University and a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine from which she graduated in 2009. Helen has also attended the Institute for Functional Medicine’s AFMCP course.

As a BANT and CNHC Registered Nutritional Therapist, Helen worked in private practice in both South East London and Kent and has worked with clients suffering from a wide range of conditions including fertility and hormonal imbalances, digestive issues, skin conditions, arthritis and weight management. Since September 2012, Helen has been working as a lecturer at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in both London and Brighton.

Helen has a broad interest in nutrition and most particularly in fertility and hormonal imbalances. She realises the importance of considering wider aspects of health such as stress management, digestive health and detoxification when supporting clients with these issues.

Jackie Tarling

Jackie Tarling BiographyJackie became interested in nutrition following a consultation with a Nutritional Therapist herself in 2001, having experienced acne for many years. Jackie was so impressed with the results of the recommended dietary alterations and nutritional supplements, she decided to re-train. Jackie graduated from the University of West London in 2008 with a BSc in Nutritional Medicine.

Since qualifying, Jackie has worked in private practice, specialising in digestive and gut issues, weight management and skin conditions. She also holds a Level 3 Diploma in teaching Pilates and Personal Training and runs evening pilates classes in her local area. She is also a regular contributor to local publications on health, movement and nutrition matters.

Jackie joined Cytoplan in November 2016 as a Nutritional Therapist offering personalised expert advice to all Cytoplan customers and support to practitioners and students.

Tracey Hanley‘It’s really important to me that people feel heard. If I can’t meet you where you are at and guide you to where you wish to be in a way that is understandable, transparent and attainable; then I’m not doing my job very well. This is why I am passionate about the application of personalised nutrition and functional medicine. It is an approach that recognises our similarities, while respecting and catering to our differences. Just as every individual won’t enjoy the same music, one dietary approach won’t be suitable for every individual.’

Tracey biographyTracey Hanley is a registered Nutritional Therapist who uses her qualifications in Psychology, Philosophy and Coaching to complement her practice. She is committed to the application of personalised functional nutrition to assist her clients in feeling good again. Her evidence-based approach focusses on enhancing rather than restricting lifestyle. As a specialist in food psychology and ethical eating, she has helped many of her clients to navigate the world of modern eating and rediscover the joy of food once again.

Tracey currently runs a corporate and private clinic in London where her practice centres on gut health, mood stabilisation and improvement, and women’s wellness; with a particular interest in hormonal issues. She regularly delivers corporate seminars and workshops where she breaks down the latest scientific research; offering practical advice towards achievable change, so that clients can feel empowered, not overwhelmed by their health challenges.