Talia Cecchele, Founder & Big Dreamer

Registered Dietitian & Nutritionist (BNutrDiet)

A passionate foodie and globe trotter, Talia packed up her bags and moved from Australia to the UK in 2018. Now calling London home, she is the founder of Talia Cecchele Nutrition and works part-time in London's leading private mental health hospital on a specialist eating disorders unit.

Talia has spent almost 9 years supporting people to improve their health and it was by chance that she fell into the specialist area of eating disorders. She has worked with hundreds of women and men to help them reverse the negative influence diet culture, nutrition misconceptions and fad diets have had on their relationship with food. 

Talia offers a compassionate, empathetic and realistic approach to nutrition. She doesn't believe in restrictive diets (all the peanut butter please) and lives life by the mantra that change doesn't happen in your comfort zone! Give this big dreamer a bowl of porridge and an oat latte and she'll be ready to take on the world (or maybe just the latest influencer promoting a detox diet). 

Additional Qualifications:

Master Practitioner in Eating Disorders and Obesity (NCFED)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Eating Disorders

Certificate in Paediatric Nutrition and Dietetics (RCH)


Maeve Hanan, Clinic Dietitian

Registered Dietitian

Specialising in disordered eating, Maeve is passionate about supporting those who want to improve their relationship with food and develop more food freedom. She has a range of experience working in private clinics and for the NHS.


Since 2015, Maeve has been sharing evidence-based nutrition messages on social media, which really opened her eyes to the amount of faddy and harmful diet messages people are exposed to. This experience, along with her long-standing interest in the psychological side of nutrition, motivated her to focus on helping people to break free from the shackles of diet culture.


Maeve works in a compassionate, non-judgemental and weight-inclusive way. She has also completed additional training in a variety of areas including: eating disorders, intuitive eating, IBS and psychological techniques to support clients in making long-lasting changes. Outside of work, Maeve enjoys going for walks, watching comedy shows and musicals, and of course, enjoying tasty food and exploring new recipes!


Cliona Brennan, Clinic Dietitian

Registered Dietitian

Cliona is passionate about supporting young people and adults with recovery from eating disorders and improving their relationship with food, predominantly working with young people and their families in her clinical role.

Coming from Ireland, she loves the outdoors and can usually be found rollerblading or exploring new walking trails with friends. Cliona advocates a non-diet approach to eating and supports clients with intuitive individualised eating and nutrition practices.

Cliona is actively involved in conducting research and is currently completing her PhD research investigating physical risk and hospital admissions in young people with eating disorders. She enjoys delivering training to health professionals and providing lecturing to London dietetic students.

As well being a specialist in eating disorders, Cliona is also trained in delivering the low FODMAP diet, FTAN (family therapy for anorexia nervosa), nutrition for type 1 diabetes and renal nutrition for clients with impaired kidney function.


Kayley Rodway, Clinic Dietitian

Registered Dietitian

Originally a dancer, Kayley appeared in the West End at the age of 14 and competed nationally in dance and attended the prestigious Performers College in 2009. After dancing, Kayley turned her passion to Nutrition, graduating with a First Class Honours in 2013. She then went on to study a Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics and qualified as a Registered Dietitian in 2016.


Since then Kayley has worked in both the hospital and community settings for the NHS before specialising in Eating Disorders in 2018. Kayley works with both adults, children and adolescents with Eating Disorders in an All Age Eating Disorders Service for the NHS.


Kayley offers a compassionate and empathic approach with clients and is passionate about helping clients nourish their bodies and improving their relationship with food. Outside of work, Kayley still enjoys a dance class, seeing friends and eating out at restaurants!


We're serious about the quality of support we offer. All our Dietitian's are HCPC Registered and undergo continuing professional development in their specialist area (eating disorders).