Professional pedigree

An important part of any therapist’s career is continuing their professional development, ie. taking further training whilst in practice. Below is a summary.

  • Six-weekly attendance to peer supervision groups (ongoing)
  • 2013 – training in the recognition and therapy of vanishing twin survivors, renewed enhanced DBS aka CRB certificate, accepted to the IBS Register: access to research and advanced treatments, Eye Movement Desensitising and Reprogramming (EMDR) training
  • 2012 – accepted to the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), Workplace Mediation training, Meridian Energy Therapies: Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) training, Completed training to become a member of the National Council of Psychotherapists (MNCP)
  • 2011 – Accepted as member of the Institute for Learning (IFL)
  • 2010 – Supporting Vulnerable People
  • 2009 – Couples Therapy, Improving Client Outcomes,  Workshop with NLP founder John Grinder
  • 2008 – Client Centred Parts Therapy, Treating Drug Abuse and Addiction, Treating ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Regression Therapy and Sports Performance, ‘Preparing to Teach in the Life Long Learning Sector and Principles and Practice of Assessment’ (PTLLS+), gained enhanced CRB certificate, Emergency First Aid, Hypnosis for Pregnancy and Childbirth, Equality and Diversity Tutor Training, Health and Safety in the Workplace Training
  • 2007 – Train the Trainer (Level 3), Completed training in Integrated Hypnotherapy, Introduction to Aromatherapy, European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL)
  • 2006 – Completed practitioner training in Neuro Linguistic Programming
  • 2005 – Introduction to Working in Mental Health

Prior to working in private practice I worked at the NHS for 12 years
(with a heavy emphasis on client care) and spent several years in
Western Australia’s healthcare industry.