Kimberley Wilson is a Chartered Psychologist, with a master’s degree in nutrition and author of How to Build a Healthy Brain. Kimberley believes the way we think about mental health – as separate from physical health – is flawed. As a speaker, she is passionate about using psychology and nutrition to transform lives, leaving audiences compelled to make physical and mental positive lifestyle changes.
About Kimberley Wilson
Kimberley Wilson uses her philosophy of Whole Body Mental Health – a comprehensive approach to mental health care – to integrate evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle factors with psychological therapy. She has a private practice in central London and is a former Governor of the Tavistock & Portman NHS Mental Health Trust. Kimberley led the therapy service at HMP & YOI Holloway, which at the time was Europe’s largest women’s prison.
Kimberly Wilson is passionate about the power of psychology to transform lives. Furthermore, she is committed to demystifying the theories and putting the information into the hands of the people who need it through public speaking, social media, podcasts, television appearances, live events and regular appearances on expert panels.
As well as authoring her successful book, Kimberley writes a monthly column in Psychologies Magazine, Kimberly hosts the podcast Made of Stronger Stuff alongside Dr Xand van Tulleken on BBC Radio 4.
Kimberley is often recognised as a former finalist on the Great British Bake Off and was the featured mental health expert on several Channel 4 documentaries throughout 2020 about the impact of Coronavirus. She is a regular contributor to Lorraine on ITV.
- Mental Health
- Whole Body Mental Health