I graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in 1986, and began practising at Neal’s Yard a year later. In 1988 I began to study and explore ‘Cranial’ Osteopathy, a system of manual engagement with the body’s self-healing forces. This is now my preferred approach to osteopathic treatment of the whole body.
I am a Fellow of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy, for which I have lectured and tutored since 1995, including in Sweden and Germany. I have also taught with the undergraduate Cranial Studies team at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (formerly BCNO) from 1992-2012.
My particular interests are in treating children, in pain associated with dental treatment, and in the effects of trauma. Although I specialise in the ‘Cranial’ approach, I find each patient unique and individual, and enjoy the challenge to find the right treatment for each one, integrating naturopathic and cranial/osteopathic perspectives.