Meet the team
The practitioners at Mulberry Wellbeing are experienced, registered & insured, and keep up to date with clinical knowledge and professional development. However, all therapists have differences in their approach and you can read about them here to help you decide who may be best suited to you.
Practice Principal, Osteopath, Cranial Osteopath
Chloe qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2008, having first completed a Human Biology degree, and has continued her professional development with further training in Cranial Osteopathy, Paediatrics and Biodynamic Osteopathy. Her most recent studies were with the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London. She has a specialist interest in obstetric and paediatric conditions although she enjoys working with people of all ages. Chloe uses a range of techniques in her treatments, with a firm grounding in structural osteopathy as well as the more subtle approach of cranial osteopathy.
Chloe has worked in clinics in Berkhamsted, Watford and Amersham as well as establishing her own practice in 2010 in Kings Langley which has recently expanded and moved to new premises.
In her spare time Chloe enjoys being with her two energetic children, taking walking holidays with her husband and keeps a sense of adventure by volunteering for a children’s organisation.
Osteopath, Cranial Osteopath
Emma qualified from the College of Osteopaths in 2012 achieving the Reg Oakes award for graduating first in class. She has been practising Osteopathy for the last five years at clinics in Watford and Harrow and has recently joined Chloe at Mulberry Osteopathy. Emma is a lecturer in anatomy and physiology and osteopathic technique and teaches students of Osteopathy in both the classroom and clinic settings.
Emma’s interest in the human body began in her early years as a gymnast and has developed throughout her career. Although she enjoys working with individuals from all ages and backgrounds and will treat a range of presenting conditions, her special interests lie in sport, paediatrics and women’s health. Emma will use a variety of techniques including soft tissue, articulation, and cranial treatments.
In her spare time, when not running after her very busy daughter, Emma enjoys keeping active and participates in yoga, dance, trapeze and ice skating.
Miriam studied Naturopathy and Nutritional Therapy at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Central London and graduated in 2014. Faced with her own health challenges, Miriam found naturopathy and nutrition to be empowering tools in her journey back to good health. Her specialist interests lie in Women’s health, including fertility and nutritional support during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as well as autoimmunity and digestive complaints.
The foundation of Miriam’s approach is to deliver a bespoke nutritional and lifestyle plan, tailored to your individual needs and unique health goals. With so many fad diets, restrictive eating plans, detoxes and conflicting advice surrounding diet, support will be given to help you make sustainable and achievable choices that won’t leave you feeling deprived – to optimise your health and wellbeing, whatever your current health status and priorities.
Outside of her career, Miriam enjoys family life with her husband and two young children, music, pottering in her vegetable garden, and last but not least cooking nutritious, and more importantly, delicious food.
We are currently looking for other wellbeing therapists to join our team.
Please feel free to get in touch if you are interested in developing your practice with us.
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