In her career, Juliet has worked in NHS and private clinics and her areas of specialism include cranial osteopathy, paediatrics, women’s health, chronic health conditions and recovery from trauma. Juliet holds a First class honours degree in osteopathy and a post graduate diploma in paediatrics. Her research interests include biopsychosocial approaches to pain and therapeutic interventions for mental health.
The relationship between mind and body is of key interest for Juliet.
Juliet is also a classically trained ballet dancer, she has taught Tai Chi, and when it comes to those yoga positions, she’s a pro!
In her own words; “I adopt an approach that hopes to foster a ‘getting to know ourselves’ element; to understand, where possible, what has and is going on, and thus to be better able to help/look after ourselves in the future.
I’ve always been drawn to working with children. With osteopathy, I find that making a healthy start of life may really help a better foundation for our growing and adult years.”
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