Margaret has specialised in the treatment of psychological trauma for the past thirty-five years and worked in the NHS, private & voluntary sector with children and adults in a variety of settings. She practices neurofeedback and is completing her PhD in clinical psychophysiology.
Margaret practices as a Clinical Psychophysiologist having previously qualified as a  Chartered Psychologist & Psychotherapist  with extensive experience in both residential and outpatient services. She previously founded and ran a trauma centre for people addicted to drugs and alcohol with co-occurring psychological trauma. Margaret has worked extensively with people affected by natural disasters & tragedies as well as critical incidents. 

NHS, Private Statutory & Voluntary Sector (30 Years)
Clinical Director
Chartered Psychologist (Adults, Couples, Children & Adolescents)
Psychotherapist & Counsellor (Adults, Couples, Children & Adolescents)
Clinical Social Worker

PhD Clinical Psychophysiology (Qualifying)

Diploma Counselling Psychology (British Psychological Society)

Postgraduate Certificate in Psychological Trauma (University of Chester)

MSc Psychodynamics of Human Development (Jungian Analytic; BAP/University of London)

Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis (London College of Clinical Hypnosis London)

Postgraduate Diploma Staff Development & Education (University of Sheffield)

Postgraduate Certificate & CQSW in Social Work (University of Stirling)

BSc Psychology (London Guildhall University)

Therapy Training

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Advanced Diploma Systemic Integrative Psychotherapy

(Adults, Couples, Children & Adolescents,  Physis, London)

Couples Counselling (London)

EMDR (New York - Francine Shapiro)

Neurofeedback (Sweden, London, Germany)

Clinical Hypnosis