I came to my work through personal experience of the changes made possible through therapeutic relationships. I am fascinated by the human body, the psychology of health and how people can recover and grow following difficult and overwhelming moments in their lives. My training includes Craniosacral Therapy, Brainspotting and various other body oriented approaches to support physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing.
Alongside my clinical practice I am a Senior Tutor for Body Intelligence Training where I support student practitioners on craniosacral therapy training courses. I am fortunate to teach in UK and across North America, Europe and the Middle East. I also facilitate workshops and offer supervision to graduates from various Craniosacral Therapy training courses. I enjoy the process of personal and professional growth as practitioners integrate a deeper understanding of the body with their own life experience.
I am a Registered Craniosacral Therapist with both the Craniosacral Therapy Association in the UK, the BCTA in North America (where I am also accredited as an approved teacher) and also through the IABT which oversees standards of practice worldwide.
Looking after my own health is important and I find support in several ways. I find having regular Craniosacral and Psychotherapy sessions to be a particularly beneficial combination. I enjoy an active lifestyle through various forms of movement and exercise as well as other practices that support my wellbeing.