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Wellbeing Centre Whitstable

Wellbeing Centre

Above ikigai yoga studio is the Wellbeing Centre. There are several practitioners who
specialise in a range of areas. Please click on your chosen therapist to find out more and
how to book.

Amie Butler

Nutritional Therapist

Amie is a qualified and registered nutritional therapist DipION, mBANT, CNHC who trained at the prestigious Institute for Optimum Nutrition in Richmond, London. She is also a registered Metabolic Balance Coach trained in an innovative, personalised, all-natural food program that results in hormonal balance and successful long-term weight management backed by over 25 years of research.

Amie provides personalised and evidenced informed nutritional health, diet and lifestyle advice to help individuals achieve their optimal wellness. Her approach focuses upon addressing the underlying cause of imbalances, dysfunctions and disease and supporting the body towards optimal health. Nutritional therapy can help individuals with digestive issues, energy slumps, poor sleep, weight management issues, female health issues, headaches, food sensitivities, skin problems, male health issues, hormonal imbalances, stress and anxiety. Start your journey to optimal health.

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Emma Callan

Humanistic Counsellor BEM, Dip.Coun, Cert Couns, Registered MBACP

Humanistic Counsellor

It is an important decision to invest in yourself through therapy. Whatever brings you to therapy Emma would welcome the opportunity to work with you. Emma works in accordance with the BACP Ethical Framework and will provide you with a safe, non-judgmental space to work within. She is a warm, open and caring person and takes each session at your pace and is able work short or long term.

Emma is a qualified Humanistic Counsellor and Registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapy (BACP), who has worked privately for a number of years and previously worked for charities in a voluntary role. In 2015 she received the British Empire Medal (BEM) for time dedicated to voluntary counselling in the local community and a creation of a mental health network in her workplace. She is based in Whitstable where she lives with her husband and two children.

The Humanistic Approach:

Humanistic Counselling emphasises the need for empathy in the counselling relationship. The aim is to assist the client to develop a stronger, healthier sense of self, as well as uncovering and understanding their feelings to help them gain a sense of meaning to their world.

Humanistic Counselling encompasses several counselling methods. Emma uses Person Centred theory with elements of Transactional Analysis (TA) and Gestalt and also uses various aspects of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Humanistic Philosophy:

Emma truly believes that despite the various difficulties we may experience in life, every individual has the natural ability to realise their own potential. It is also important to her to have an equal relationship with her clients that Humanistic theory promotes.

Emma Hayward


Emma is an experienced osteopath and specialist paediatric osteopath. She uses structural, fascial and cranial approaches to treat patients of all ages from birth, through all stages of life into older age. She has done extensive postgraduate training in cranial osteopathy and has completed a postgraduate diploma in paediatrics and pre and postnatal women’s health at the prestigious Osteopathic Centre for Children in London.

Emma is also a highly experienced clinical Pilates teacher and often incorporates a Pilates rehabilitation program into her treatment plans.

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Louise Newman


Louise has a BSc in Homeopathy and has been working as a homeopath for over 10 years. She is a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths and very experienced in working with both adults and children.

Louise will spend the appointment with you gaining a thorough understanding of your health and the exact symptoms you are experiencing. She can then find a homeopathic medicine (known as a remedy) that matches you and your symptoms as closely as possible. Homeopathy is suitable for a variety of conditions and is considered to be the second most used medicine in the world and with over 200 million users globally it is becoming ever more popular.

Please contact Louise on 07531 462120 to chat through any queries you might have on whether homeopathy is right for you

Michelle Gough


Michelle is a qualified integrative counsellor working with a holistic approach to suit the individual needs of her clients. She believes that therapy is unique for each individual, what works for one client may not work for another. An integrative counsellor uses various methods such as CBT/Person-centred and alike therapies for each individual to suit their needs. Michelle offers short and long-term counselling and works with adults and young people alike, both in-person and remotely.

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Tracy Vaughan Gough


Tracy is a qualified and accredited member of the Association of Reflexologists. Reflexology is a holistic therapy designed to help the client achieve a sense of relaxation. It is based on the theory that mind, body and spirit are all connected.

Through a process of working the feet, or hands, the body is encouraged to rebalance and to restore a sense of wellbeing.  It is particularly useful as a way to manage the stress of everyday life. Tracy will start a session with a consultation to discuss your needs, before you settle into a comfortable position for a soothing and relaxing treatment.

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