I qualified with the Centre in 1992 and have held a private practice since. I live and work in kent but am frequently at the Centre.
I have been a member of the Clinical Training Committee, CTC since 2011 and was course tutor for the 2013 intake,I am a training supervisor.
I have a nursing, midwifery and health visiting background. Most of my career in the NHS was spent managing and supervising Health Visitors in their child protection work.
I had the Iead in Domestic Violence for the NHS Children’s Trust in Brighton, producing working guidelines and providing training and supervision for staff working with Domestic Abuse.
After retiring from the NHS in 2012 I was invited to become a Trustee with a lead in clinical governance for RISE, the domestic abuse charity in Brighton.
Since 2005 I have had a growing interest in attachment and stress-related illness. Most of my practice is working from an attachment perspective with people who have chronic pain and medically unexplained symptoms. I am a member of the Psychophysiological Disorders Association.