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Amanda O'Connor


Amanda O'Connor graduated in 1998 from the London School of Osteopathy as student of the year.  Specialising in cranial osteopathy, she is able to treat people of all ages. The cranial approach offers a very gentle, safe and effective treatment especially for babies and children.


Amanda developed an interest in paediatrics and obstetrics as an undergraduate and worked at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in Harley Street for 4 years after qualifying. She completed her post graduate training in paediatrics there as well as studying at the Sutherland Cranial College.


Amanda also has a keen interest in sports injuries treating everything from twisted ankles and broken fingers to whiplash and head trauma. With a comprehensive knowledge of yoga and exercise, Amanda offers an individualised programme of treatment and exercise for all ages.

Rachel Lohan


Rachel is a counsellor/psychotherapist experienced in working with both adults and young people. On the point of attaining a UKCP-recognised Masters in Person-Centred Psychotherapy from the Metanoia Institute, Rachel has worked with adults in voluntary sector agencies and for the NHS, and with children and teenagers in both primary and secondary schools. She provides a safe place for people to explore their thoughts and feelings and try to work their way through whatever is troubling them.


Trained in the humanistic school of counselling, Rachel will not attempt to offer advice or guidance, but rather she tries to understand fully what is brought to the room and the effect this is having on the individual concerned. Rachel is experienced in dealing with people facing many issues including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, bereavement and loss, illness, anger, relationships problems, eating disorder, self-harm and suicidal thoughts.

Enayat Erfan


Enayat has 18 years experience as a Chiropodist/Podiatrist and is registered with the Health Professions Council.  He specialises in the treatment of common foot conditions including : ingrowing toenails, veruccas, corns and callouses, fungal infections, foot/heel/arch pain, and orthotics.

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