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Journalist, physio, trauma and psychologically-informed therapist, and educator
I love working as a multi-modal therapist because of the continuity it offers for the therapeutic relationship. Because I can integrate across modes of therapy such as physiotherapy, psychotherapy, education and coaching, we can find momentum and hold consistency in care. This allows me to work with the whole-person and we see results where hope was once lost.
I started out as a healthcare assistant on the wards of a busy hospital in the UK in 2007 and went on to qualify as a Physiotherapist in 2011 and specialised in working with complex pain soon after. I carried out my MSc at Kings’ College London in Advance Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2015. I teach clinicians from all over the world, speak at international pain conferences and guest lecture regularly at Nottingham University and Vrije Universiteit here in Amsterdam.
Chronic Pain Therapist | Psych & Trauma-informed | Physio | Lecturer | Educator
Specialised in young adult complex pain @paingeeks @philsclinschat