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Kathryn Alexander (BSc(Hons), PGcertMCOTSSIP, MBAOT)

 

Kathryn qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 2000, with a BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy from the University of Liverpool.

She has worked in a variety of settings throughout Cheshire, the majority of which has been with children. She has worked in special schools, mainstream schools, clinics and the clients' homes. 

Kathryn continues to develop her clinical skills and is now trained to administer the SIPT (Sensory Integration and Praxis Test). She is an advanced practitioner in sensory integration and is working towards a post-grad diploma. 

Kathryn is a member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as a registered Occupational Therapist, Sensory Integration Network UK and Ireland, Handwriting Association, British Association of Occupational Therapist (BAOT) and is the Mid-England regional link for the College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section for Independent Practice. 


Kathryn Alexander


 

 

We do not currently have a speech and language therapist working directly with Mosaic CTC. Please

see the link below to search for therapists in your area. 

 

http://www.helpwithtalking.com

 

 

 

 

Mark Redgrave (BA(Hons), Dip A.T., MSc)

 

Mark qualified as an Art Therapist in 1989 at Hertfordshire College of Art and Design (UK) and then gained a Masters in Counseling and Psychotherapy in 1999 at the Birmingham City University.

He has worked as an art therapist and psychotherapist in the UK and the Bahamas with a wide variety of client groups, both children and adults.

His experience of working with children and adolescents covers a period of 28 years in a variety of settings, including private clinics, children's homes, hospitals, G.P. Practices, schools and clients' homes.

Mark is a member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as a registered Art Therapist, the British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) and the British Association of Counseling and Psychotherapy (MBACP).


Mark Redgrave