Work with me
While there’s a huge wealth of knowledge within this website, getting dedicated support for your personal situation might be something you really want. Information can feel overwhelming and it can be hard to know which way to turn when you’ve spent so long feeling unheard and misunderstood. That’s where I can help. You can email me to access this service wherever in the world you are.
PLEASE NOTE: The hourly appointment charge is £80.
Help is always at hand
There’s a number of ways that I can personally offer tailored support. Most commonly, they fall into one of these areas:
- Speaking to your doctors and consultants and working with other health agencies on your behalf so you feel advocated for. You’ll have me in your corner, working alongside you for correct diagnosis and better treatment.
- Helping to inform, educate and empower you to advocate for yourself so that you can take charge of your own health. Listening to your problems and helping you to identify B12 deficiency if it is present and decipher any information about this condition. Showing you where to look, or what to explore. The better informed you are, the more in control you’ll be able to feel about decisions that need to be made.
- Helping with logistics, such as letter writing and (if you are in the UK) help with navigating NHS services to access the care you need, when or if your GP surgery is unhelpful. I can also offer specific advice, strategies and guidance on how to approach your GP in order to access testing and treatment and for what exactly. If your relationship with your GP fails, I can help by signposting who you need to contact, and what to ask for.
The next step for working with me is pretty simple – you can receive tailored, personalised support and advocacy from me via email, telephone Zoom or Skype, wherever in the world you are. All consultations include a written review of the information given following our discussion. If support is something you’d like, please contact me and we can chat about what would work best for you.
Please note: I am not medically trained and I do not give medical advice. However, through my own personal experience and the wealth of knowledge I’ve gained over the years from helping 1000’s of my website users, I’m confident I can help you to better understand your condition and unravel any incorrect information you may have been given.
Getting the right support for B12 deficiency is paramount in helping you live your happiest, healthiest life. You’ve just got to know what that looks like for you. If you’re unsure about what to do next, email me and I’ll be happy to help.