Founding Partner

“I feel very inspired and excited to live in an era where we do not have to accept limitations. We set up the Key Clinic to be able to provide cutting edge treatments to help all those who have been told ‘they can’t’.”


BA and MA in Experimental Psychology from Oxford University. Post graduate training as a Neurophysiological Psychologist at the Institute of Neurophysiological Psychology (INPP) in Chester. Further postgraduate qualification in Auditory Integration Training. Qualified Bioflex LLLT practitioner. 

She continues to research and train in the latest methods for helping the brain to heal through the body and the body to heal through the brain. Having lived in the US, Japan, Singapore, France and the UK, she brings a breadth of experience regarding different approaches adopted in different countries.


Clinic Director

Auditory & Neurodevelopmental Practitioner

“I find it very rewarding to be able to see the long term gains achieved by clients, not only physically, but also in confidence, academic achievement and self-esteem."


Bachelor of Science in Paediatric Nursing from Kings College London. Certified Key Clinic Neuroplastician. Organised, caring and dedicated, Anna spent ten years in paediatric nursing in London, Leeds & Sydney, working in neurology and demanding intensive care wards. She has a wealth of experience helping children and their families manage a vast range of behavioural as well as medical needs.


Auditory & Neurodevelopmental Practitioner

“The treatment we provide at the Key Clinic is a true therapeutic revolution and a wonderful way to facilitate children’s natural ability to heal.”


BSc in Psychology and Sociology from the University of the West of England, Bristol. MA in Psychoanalytic Studies from Birkbeck, University of London. Certified Key Clinic Neuroplastician. Certified multi-style yoga instructor with Yoga Alliance. Certified Special Yoga instructor for individuals with special educational needs and Certified children’s yoga instructor. 


Jessie was born in Kenya and was educated in international schools in Croatia, Sri Lanka, India and Malaysia due to her father’s position at the Red Cross; When she moved to the UK to further her studies, she worked as a social carer for vulnerable individuals in Bristol; she continued this work for 7 years alongside her studies whilst also teaching yoga to adults and children and writing articles for an online, women’s support network. 



" Working as a GP has given me first hand exposure to the limitations of pharmaceutical methods in treating mental health conditions. I am therefore excited by the advances in research in non pharmacological methods."


Qualified in medicine from Barts and The London School of Medicine in 2008. Fariah then went on to work in a non-governmental organisation looking at improving health care in disadvantaged low income households in Chicago, USA. This led to completing a Masters degree in public health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.Having gained her postgraduate medical qualification in General Practice, Fariah has been working as a GP in West London and Berkshire area’s. With an interest in Neuropsychiatry, Fariah has recently started as a core Psychiatry trainee working in a busy West London hospital.


Impressed with the very significant improvements being experienced by both children and adults with emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties at The Key Clinic, she has now joined the practice, specialising in offering our patients drug-free Biomedical Therapies.




Deandra is a Dietitian with a passion for paediatric care, diabetes and all things gut health. She completed her BSc honours programme in Dietetics at the University of Cape Town, going on to working as a paediatric dietitian in rural South Africa and then for the NHS in both Southampton and London. She has completed a Diabetic Post-graduate Diploma through the University of South Wales and continues to study an MSc in Advanced Professional Practice in Paediatric Dietetics through the University of Plymouth. When she is not seeing patients she is a passionate traveler and adventure fanatic, enjoying hiking, water sports, cycling and field hockey.


Communications & Marketing Consultant

“Directing the strategic communications of The Key Clinic is an important and
fulfilling role for me, particularly as I have had first-hand experience as a Key Clinic
patient, as have my two daughters - with impressive, life-enhancing results.”


Charlotte graduated with Honours in Combined Arts from Durham University.


She ran the lifestyle division of the UK’s leading luxury brand PR agency, Aurelia, for
seven years and in 2004 was appointed Director of Marketing & Communications at Pringle of Scotland. As a Board Director of Aquascutum, she helped deliver its
successful turnaround.


In 2013 Charlotte launched her own consultancy, Rosehip Communications, and currently represents a portfolio of upscale lifestyle brands.


Auditory & Neurodevelopmental Practitioner

“How wonderful to be part of a clinic that seeks to both understand and treat the underlying causes of learning and behavioural difficulties rather than just the presenting symptoms.”


PHD Psychology, MDIAC (Play Therapy) and BA (Psychology).

A postgraduate researcher with a background in child development, play therapy and neurodevelopmental delay. Originally from South Africa, now based in Berkshire, Leigh-Anne has over 16 years experience of working with children and adolescents across a range of settings. She is passionate about helping children reach their full potential. Within her own research she has focused on understanding the developmental profiles of children with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and more recently an interest in learning and behavioural difficulties associated with neurodevelopmental immaturity. Within an academic capacity she has contributed to international peer-reviewed journals, and additionally is a registered and experienced user of the Griffiths Scales of Child Development. Her calm, open communication style follows a child focused approach.


Auditory & Neurodevelopmental Practitioner

" There are few greater moments in life than seeing a child reach their true potential, freed from labels, once deemed a life sentence. I feel privileged to be working within the ground-breaking field of Neuroplasticity- that which is life changing."


Emma has cared for and worked with children all over the world. Notably in Orphanages in South America and Eastern Europe. Passionate about the life-changing effects of good nutrition, she has a Diploma in Holistic Nutrition from the School of Natural Health Science and worked for many years as a nutritional assistant at Maggie's Cancer Centre, Charing Cross Hospital. Certified Key Clinic practitioner.



"I love seeing clients leave feeling really excited and inspired, rushing home to their kitchens to try out nutritional approaches to sustain their families. It is so important that we bring our focus back to nourishing our gut microbiome and fuelling our bodies better, but for this to work it has to be a joyful prospect – one that brings the family together.’"


Flora is a registered Nutritional Therapist, trained at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition, London (DipION, mBANT, CNHC). She is also a qualified health-supportive chef, trained at the Natural Gourmet Center, NYC. Flora previously worked as a food consultant, advising global brands on their product launches of new, health-focused ranges. She brings this experience to her practice, teaching clients not only how to eat, but – vitally – how to cook. She combines a functional medicine approach, informed by the latest biomedical research, with a warm and nurturing manner to support clients in healing using diet and targeted nutritional supplementation.



An organised, caring and accomplished mother of two, who is well connected and resourceful. Jules has set up and run her own business, worked in property management as well as sales, fashion and distribution. A passionate fundraiser, having worked with The Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity for the past 7 years and successfully raised a substantial amount for the cancer charity Maggie’s.  Jules loves working with children and is keen to help grow their confidence and help them thrive in life.





Dr Anthony Holmes Warley MD FRCP, serves as Medical Advisor to the Key Clinic.



Dr Warley was educated at Westminster Medical School, London, and qualified in 1978. He went on to complete postgraduate training in Bristol, Oxford and Houston, USA.  Consultant Physician (General Internal Medicine and Respiratory Medicine) at Salisbury District Hospital between1993-2016. Consultant Physician (part-time) at Lymington Hospital 2016-present.

MD thesis: Sleep apnoea and hypertension. Published various original articles on Respiratory Physiology. GMC 2421748

As a practitioner in Advanced Nutrient Therapy, Sarah supports our Biomedical Team with all all Advanced Walsh Therapy Programmes. 



Sarah Bowles-Flannery is a Naturopath, Medical Herbalist & Nutritionist with over 17 years of experience. She graduated from NatureCare College of Naturopathic & Traditional Medicine in Sydney in 1998.

Sarah is also a certified GAPS (Gut & Psychology Syndrome) practitioner, having studied with Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride. In 2019, she completed the Medical Practitioner Programme in Advanced Nutrient Therapy at The Walsh Research Institute, USA.

Sarah is a member of the General Council & Register of Naturopaths and the British Naturopathic Association.


Professor Joshua Reiss PHD , serves as audiological advisor to the Key Clinic, working with us to further develop our auditory therapy.



Professor at the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary University of London, and lead to the audio engineering research team. Professor Reiss has published over 150 papers, won 5 best paper awards, and co-authored Audio Effects: Concepts, Theory and Practice. He is a former governor of the Audio Engineering Society, a leading professional organisation with over 12,000 members.

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