I came to my work following personal experience of changes in my life through the support of 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. I have studied various approaches in the fields of Craniosacral Therapy, bodywork and psychological wellbeing and I continue to learn and develop as a practitioner. I am a Registered Craniosacral Therapist with both the Craniosacral Therapy Association in the UK, the BCTA in North America and also through the IABT which oversees standards of practice worldwide.
Alongside my clinical practice I facilitate workshops for qualified craniosacral therapists and am also part of the tutor team for Body Intelligence Training where I support student practitioners on craniosacral therapy training courses. I enjoy the process of personal and professional growth as students integrate a deeper understanding of the body with their own life experience. Anatomy and trauma skills have become particular areas of interest in my teaching work. I also offer clinical supervision to craniosacral therapists and bodyworkers.
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 physical practices that support my wellbeing.