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Oliver Barnett

Oliver has been a leader in the wellness industry for over 18 years, during which time he has helped over 15,000 people improve their health.

He has treated many patients with complex illness, including Chronic Fatigue and Lyme disease, and practitioners in the US, such as Neil Nathan, regularly refer non US patients to him.

After establishing a successful solo practice, he founded the London Clinic of Nutrition, which is a multi-disciplined health clinic that was awarded the outstanding practice of the year by IHCAN in just three years.

Oliver’s approach is eclectic, drawing upon multiple disciplines including Nutrition, Naturopathy, Herbal Medicine, Iridology, Functional medicine, Jungian psychotherapy, and Mind-body medicine.

After a profound spiritual awakening six years ago, Oliver started to incorporate spiritual, soul work, and energetic medicine to help patients heal in mind, body, and spirit. In partnership with patients, he helps them discover (or rediscover) their purpose and to reclaim their connection to nature, as well as reawaken their own innate healing mechanisms.

Oliver continues to explore further avenues of helping patients to wellness including spiritual practices, embodiment methods, and other heart-opening practices. He is currently establishing a ‘men’s work’ programme to help men discover and commit to living their purpose with deep emotional and spiritual awareness. As a keen cook specialising in Middle Eastern and Indian flavours, he will be bringing out a London Clinic of Nutrition recipe book next year with easy and flavourful dishes.

Oliver will deliver an interactive workshop focusing on Self-care, Compassion and Mindfulness in Preventative Medicine, covering: 

  • How our thoughts & emotions influence and determine our health
  • How these thoughts and emotions are inherited from the family system
  • How to deeply care for ourselves so that we can care for others
  • How to embody the change we wish to see in our patients

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