Emma Wisbey

Specialist Naturopath, Holistic Nutritionist, Herbalist, Homoeopath

I graduated from the Southern School of Natural Therapies in 1997, and have enjoyed a diverse career as a Naturopath in the decades since. In that time, I have been fortunate to work with one of the leading Australian nutraceutical companies in supporting and educating practitioners for over a decade.

It was during this engagement that I met the Claridge Naturopathics team. Upon returning to Geelong – after 10 years living and working in Sydney – I was invited to join the clinical practitioner team. I have been a practicing Naturopath at Claridge Naturopathics since 2016.

Although qualified in all areas of general naturopathy, I have a particular interest in mental health; the brain and nervous system. This includes (but is not limited to): childhood behavioural issues, anxiety, depression and issues with sleep.

I am a mother of 3 children – two of whom are teenagers – and as a result seem to attract lots of clients who are either parents themselves, or children. I completely understand the demands of modern day living, such as disrupted work/life balance, mother guilt, fussy eaters…the list goes on!

No matter how unachievable you feel your health goals might be, with the stresses of everyday life, I am confident that my versatile and flexible approach in constructing your individualised wellness plan will bring success.


  • Ad.Dip.App.Sc. Naturopathy (Southern School of Natural Therapies)
  • Registered with Nutripath and Clinical Labs for general and functional pathology


  • Member of ATMS


  • Speaker at International Summit of Mental Health (2007 and 2009)
  • Keynote educational sponsor in the area of Nutrition In Mental Health at SJOG Burwood Sydney (2015, 2016 and 2017)
  • Facilitated industry training for practitioners in key health areas including mental health, detoxification, weight management and cosmetic nutrition
  • Guest presenter on Geelong’s 93.9 BayFM ‘The Waiting Room’
  • Keynote speaker for national workshop series in 2017: Resetting The Addicted Brain (how everyday habits become dependencies – understanding the biochemistry behind behaviours)

Insights by Emma Wisbey

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