Volunteers

Sheila Turner

Sheila Turner

Sheila BSc RD has been a registered Dietitian for more than 40 years and, although retired from the NHS, is still working at an inpatient hospital for adults and adolescents suffering from Eating Disorders.  Her membership of her professional body, the British Dietetic Association, confers the benefits of peer support and professional insurance.

She is an enthusiast for patient centred, collaborative behaviour change and has used these approaches to help people make habit changes that will tackle their weight – both when they find it difficult to keep it low enough for good health and confidence and also when they are unable to eat enough or in a balanced way to maintain a high enough weight for normal life and activity.

When meeting people at SYEDA she seeks to help them make a plan that is both sustainable and provides the macro and micro nutrients required for good health.

Caroline Haywood

Caroline Haywood

I am currently training to be a Dramatherapist at the University of Derby. I come to SYEDA with experience of working therapeutically with children and young adults in school settings. Prior to my training, I worked as a teacher in mainstream, special and further education. My approach is compassionate, caring and creative. I was awarded a BADth student bursary to attend the Dramatherapy Conference. I have a strong interest in the creative arts and how they can help people. In my spare time I help to manage Spectrum Theatre Company.