Nutritional Neuroscience and Nutritional Psychiatry

Nutritional Neuroscience is the study of nutrition as it relates to the development and function of the central and peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system includes the brain and the spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system is made up of nerves throughout the rest of the body. 

Nutritional Psychiatry describes the research and application of nutritional interventions designed to prevent and treat mental health disorders. 

Monumental Health combines the latest research and principles of Nutritional Neuroscience and Nutritional Psychiatry with evidence-based psychological therapy. It presents the most complete approach to mental health available.

Kimberley Wilson

  • BA (Hons); PGDip (Nutr); MSc; MA; CPsychol.
  • Chartered Psychologist (British Psychological Society)
  • Registered with Health & Care Professions Council
  • Governor of the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust – Specialist Mental Health Trust and internationally renowned leader in psychological therapy provision and training
  • Former Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Training Committee in Counselling Psychology – The group responsible for monitoring and assessing the standards of Counselling Psychology training across the UK
  • Former Lead of Primary Care Mental Health/Psychological Therapies at HMP & YOI Holloway, Europe’s Largest Women’s prison
  • Former lead therapist of the North London Eating Disorders Group.


Recognised by the following health insurers:

  • Aviva
  • Bupa
  • Vitality


Clinical specialisms:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression and dissatisfaction
  • Low confidence, low self-esteem and self-doubt
  • Disordered eating
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Procrastination and self-defeat
  • ME (Myalgic Encephalopathy) / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome
  • Work stress, chronic stress and burnout
  • Emotional issues related to childhood and early life trauma and separation
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Female and male aggression and violence
  • Trust in relationships
  • Self-directed aggression, self-hatred and self-harm


Weekly sessions: £125 (50 minutes)

Full payment by cash, cheque or card is taken at the end of each session. Payment in advance by bank transfer is also available.


Cancellation Policy

Your commitment to treatment is an essential element in its success and in monitoring progress. When you agree to commence treatment the same time slot will be reserved for you. Sessions cancelled with less than 7 days’ notice will be charged at the full rate. A reduced ‘holding’ fee of 50% will be applied in the case of anticipated absences such as planned holidays and work commitments. The holding fee may be applied up to four times per calendar year.

There will be regular breaks in the treatment at typical UK holiday times such as Easter, school summer holidays, Christmas and Bank Holidays for which you will not be charged.