After working with children with Special Needs she worked at Park Attwood Clinic for 21 years as an Anthroposphic Nurse, where her roles included caring for in-patients and out-patients, five years of Nursing Management and teaching nursing.
She has a particular interest in Rhythmical Einreibung (RE), qualifying as an RE teacher in 2002 and teaching RE to nurses and carers at Park Attwood. Since the closure of Park Attwood Clinic she has taught RE on Rhythmical Einreibung Specialist and Teacher Training courses.
A founder member of the Anthroposophic Nurses Association, she is a co-creator of the National Open College Network accredited Foundation Course in Anthroposophic Nursing and of the AHCET Anthroposphic Healthcare Course.
Anthroposophic Health Care, Education and Training (AHCET) is a not-for-profit association set up in 2009 By a group of anthroposophically experienced nurses who had developed and run trainings within Camphill and Park Attwood Clinic. The aim was, and continues to be, to provide high quality, experiential training courses in different aspects of Anthroposophic Health Care.
Further aims include
- Supporting the integration of Anthroposophic Health Care into mainstream Care settings.
- Facilitating Health Care practitioners to extend their practice through development of Anthroposophic Health Care expertise and knowledge.
- Fostering links between interested Health Care practitioners.