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Complementary Therapies

The Phoenix Surgery has a Complementary Suite above the South Cerney Branch Surgery. 

Here is the list of therapists who run sessions there with a description of their specialisms and their contact details.

Description of Specialisms

Charles Oakey

A professional service by a podiatrist with over 30 years experience – general chiropody, heel pain, diabetic footcare, in-growing toenails.  Specialising in nail surgery for low-level laser therapy for heel pain.

01285 861005

07749 209736

Jamie Gisby

Practises traditional and contemporary acupuncture and has been in practice since 1987.

Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine needles into special parts of the body to re-balance the body’s energies. 

Jamie sees patients at South Cerney on Tuesdays.

07721 510429

Susanna Baker

A chartered clinical psychologist who works with children, young people (up to the age of 18) and their families. 

Susanna provides high quality psychological assessment and therapy for a range of difficulties including emotional, behavioural and developmental problems.  Her approach is collaborative, flexible and child-centered.  She is registered with the Health Professions Council.

07879 017848

Carrie Rose

Carrie Rose is a professional and experienced counsellor working with individuals and couples.  In her individual work, Carrie has helped people deal with most personal issues from relationship difficulties, stress, bereavement and anxiety to a general feeling of unhappiness or loss of purpose and direction.

Her couples work is based upon supporting couples to find a different, more positive way forward in their lives – either together or apart if that is the right choice for the particular couple.

Carrie also works as a personal performance coach, supporting people to have, do and be more of what they would like in their lives.  She also runs a support group working with people to achieve their life goals.  Her passion is to help people to live happier, fuller, richer lives – the lives that they truly want.

01285 862158

07977 236458

Tim Howard  DO ND     Registered Osteopath

Practises treatment of musculo-skeletal and visceral problems using Osteopathic and Naturopathic approach.

Osteopaths are primary health care professionals who use methods and techniques that are non-invasive and based on years of training and professional experince.

Naturopathic medicine uses non-drug therapies to combat systemic disease using disciplines such as (but not exclusively) dietetics, nutrition, hydrotherapy, gentle exercise and breathing techniques.

 07531 380 797 or               01285 656929


 Lizzie Cambray

Lizzie is a Counselling Psychologist, Chartered with the British Psychological Society, and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

She offers a down-to-earth, flexible approach to counselling, in a confidential, empathic and non-judgemental space. Her training and experience - both in the NHS, and in other counselling contexts, have given her rich resources, which she draws on when meeting individuals. She begins with what matters most to you.

Lizzie is aware of the evidence-base for the approaches she uses, but tailors her approach to what works best for you, so that she can work collaboratively to help you to resolve difficulties and find ways to live creatively, and with ease.

Lizzie is especially interested in Mindfulness approaches, which inform her practice, and she also runs Mindfulness courses for small groups.

 07941 841174


Dr Emma Riggs

Emma is a Chartered and Clinical Psychologist, Neuropsychologist and BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist who works with adults (over the age of 18). 

Emma provides collaborative, client-centred psychological assessment and therapy for a range of mental health difficulties. She has a particular interest in persistent physical symptoms and adjustment to physical health problems. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).











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