Senior Specialist Clinical Psychologist - Eating Disorders

Dr Hollie Shannon

Schoen Clinic Centre for Mental Health Chelsea

Senior Specialist Clinical Psychologist - Eating Disorders


Dr Hollie Shannon is a top private Senior Clinical Psychologist in London specialising in eating disorders. She offers fast private appointments at Schoen Clinic Chelsea. 

Hollie is a Clinical Psychologist and specialist in the field of eating, weight and body image concerns. She has lived and worked between Australia and the UK for the past 10 years and has extensive experience working in outpatient and day patient eating disorder services for adults and young people, as well as CAMHS services. Hollie worked in the NHS for several years before taking on more senior roles in the private healthcare sector.

Hollie has a special interest in prevention and early intervention for eating disorders and particularly enjoys working with young people and their families. She is also an experienced clinical supervisor, having supervised and trained other psychologists, dietitians and exercise physiologists in the field of eating disorders. Hollie has been a guest lecturer for undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students at universities in Australia.

Hollie has training and expertise in a variety of therapy approaches but primarily utilises family-based treatments, cognitive behavioural therapy and the Maudsley Model of Anorexia Nervosa Treatment for Adults (MANTRA) in her work at Schoen Clinic Chelsea. Hollie is also a qualified yoga teacher and enjoys incorporating this into her clinical practice.

Hollie is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Hollie welcomes privately insured patients to her Schoen Clinic Chelsea practice or those wishing to self-fund treatment at Schoen Clinic Chelsea. Book an appointment today by calling +44 20 4571 6382.



  • Eating disorders in children, adolescents & adults

  • Body image

  • Self-esteem

  • Weight-neutral approaches

  • Comorbid anxiety, mood & personality disorders