Kate is the Senior Nutrition and Lifestyle Consultant for Genea Holistic and has worked closely with our fertility specialists to develop medically sound natural therapies programs for couples trying to conceive.
She has always been passionate about educating women about their bodies and menstrual cycles and also writes and lectures on topics including fertility, pregnancy and natural medicine.
Being able to help couples through their fertility journey is a pleasure for Kate and she feels honoured to become a trusted advisor during what can be a stressful period.
Kate’s aim is to empower patients by giving them a greater understanding of how their bodies work and how to enhance their fertility through improved nutrition and lifestyle changes.
Kate loves working side-by-side with couples to help them achieve the dream of becoming parents - either those trying to conceive naturally or undergoing fertility treatment. She also has an infectious enthusiasm about the possibilities of taking a holistic approach to their health and fertility.
An initial consultation with Kate will include a lifestyle diagnostic and personal comprehensive nutrition review.
There are proven links between being overweight and fertility problems - for both men and women. Kate’s treatment programs focus on diet, addressing specific nutrient requirements and lifestyle support.
She not only provides tools aimed at helping to improve fertility, but supports and guides patients through the programs with care and compassion.
Kate has been with Genea Holistic since 2011 and previously worked at the Women’s Health and Research Institute of Australia. She was also a consultant lecturer and course developer at the Nature Care College.
She has more than 10 years’ experience in private practice and has also lectured at the University of Western Sydney, Macquarie University and various corporate organisations.
Kate is studying for a Masters of Applied Science in acupuncture. She also holds a Bachelor of Health Science and an Advanced Diploma in Naturopathy.