Katie trained as a Parent Infant Therapist with OXPIP in 2015. She worked for Norpip from 2015 to 2020 and joined OXPIP in April 2019. She became passionate about the importance of early intervention whist working with children and adults as a Specialist Occupational Therapist in mental health and observing links to early experiences. She is an Advanced VIG (Video Interaction Guidance) Practitioner. She originally qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1988 and worked in mental health for 30 years within the NHS (Adult and CAMHS) and independently. She has extensive experience both in individual, parent/child, group and family work. Katie completed her two-year Infant Observation studies with OXPIP (2015 – 2017). She previously completed a two-year Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling from Leicester University in 2003 and a one year Introductory Course in Group Analytic Psychotherapy 1993-1994. This included an analytic perspective of the models of Family Therapy. She has also worked as an O.T offering Sensory Attachment Intervention to adopted and fostered children and parents. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).