Hi my name is Peter Smith I specialise in treating and coaching people how to live well with mental health problems, digestive health problems/IBS, sleep problems and type II diabetes using natural therapies. I used these techniques to overcome and live well with my own bipolar disorder and IBS. I've been in practice as a natural medicine practitioner since 1988.
What I Treat
Brain Chemistry and Mental Health problems (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, addiction, OCD)
Digestive Health: IBS, bloating, SIBO (which can be the cause of 60% of IBS) and parasites (with external lab testing)
Mercury and Heavy Metal Detoxification (with external lab testing)
If you’d like treatment for any of the issues discussed in this article I specialise in treating and coaching people how to obtain better mental health with natural remedies and self-help techniques. If you would like me to look into your individual case and develop a tailor-made programme of natural remedies, dietary advice and brain training exercises I’m available for private consultations and I’m available for private consultations at my London clinic and online for people that live too far away. I also run regular meditation classes in London and online. I’m passionate about treating mental health and I’d be very happy to work with you. Click on the bookings tab to make an appointment.
To Book an Appointment
At my London clinic please call the Hale clinic reception: 020 7631 0156
(online bookings will be made available soon on the Hale Clinic website**)
For a Skype coaching session email me letting me know where you are located/what time zone you are in: hello@PeterSmithUK.com
I’m giving you the information first instead of selling the information as an e-book and then asking you to make a donation if you feel that the information has helped you and would have been happy if you had bought it as an e-book you could buy me a couple of coffees or more :) using the PayPal Donate below Button below
Another way you could contribute to this site by helping me with the proofreading. People regularly point out that there’s a large number of errors on my site which I find quite embarrassing, but I’m quite dyslexic and I don’t notice them myself.