Lic. RCCH, MARH.. RM, RN, BSc (Hons) DIPHE
BA (Hons) DIP HOM MBAR MISPA ACA NAHS (CERT)
Homeopathy, Naturopathy, Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture, Asyra Pro Health Screening, Aromatherapy, Reflexology
BA (Hons) MGHT
Prenatal Massage & Childbirth Education, Complementary Therapy
Patricia Cosgrove graduated from the Retrieve School of Classical Homoeopathy in 2006, and is a member of the Alliance of Registered Homoeopaths. She has a background in Nursing and Midwifery since 1995. Patricia has a special interest in women's & children's health and unexplained infertility. Patricia is also a qualified Aromatherapist.
Stella Coughlan is a graduate of Queens University, Belfast. She is a qualified Homeopathic practitioner, Aromatherapist and Reflexologist, Acpuntucturist and is fully trained on the Asyra Pro AT3 system which is the most advanced development in the field of bioenergetic medicine.
Katrina is the eldest child of Framar Health founder Paul Maconaghie and has always had a keen interest in alternative and natural therapies. After working in the family business whilst she was a student at Victoria College Belfast and the University of Ulster, Katrina took time out in her twenties to have a family. She began her formal training as a Complementary Therapist in 2010 and subsequently specialised in prenatal massage and childbirth education. When she’s not working, Katrina is busy at home with her husband and three sons, and enjoys nothing more than hanging out together as a family.
DipCNM Nutritional Therapy MRQA Dip IIHHT IFPA
Nutritional Therapy, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage, Pregnancy Massage and Reflexology, Baby massage and reflexology tuition, Sports Massage, Lymphatic Drainage
Vega Food Sensitivity Testing
Cathy has been working as a therapist in Framar Health for over 18 years. Her treatments include; Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Lymphatic Drainage and Sports Massage, treating many of Northern Ireland’s sports persons. She teaches baby massage and reflexology on a one to one basis. She enjoys working with children, helping them to de-stress before exams, from transfer tests to A-Levels. Cathy is also a qualified Nutritional Therapist, offering in-depth consultations, looking at all aspects of health and providing the client with an achievable food plan and supplement choice to support their conditions. Cathy can work with a wide range of health conditions and has special interests in fertility and women’s health; including menopause and menstrual problems, cancer support, digestive issues and anxiety and stress. She runs seminars and workshops regularly in schools, offices and workplaces including Queen’s University and is currently studying Naturopathy and Iridology.
Asdis Lindal has been a qualified Sport massage and Classic massage therapist since 1998. She has had success in treating clients suffering muscular pain such as tension headaches, neck pain, stiff shoulders, lower back pain and hip pain as well as tight hamstrings and calfs. She studied Athletics at University of Sport in Copenhagen Denmark and has a background in Anatomy at university level. Asdis is very physically active and holds second black belt in Karate. She enjoys running and has completed half marathons as well as The Berlin marathon 2010.
Sinéad Lynch graduated from Queen's University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Since leaving University Sinéad has worked within the natural health care industry and now specialises in food sensitivity testing. With over 15 years of experience, Sinéad regularly receives positive feedback on patient's health and well-being. During the 40 minute consultation, Sinéad covers a wide range of health issues and other general nutritional advice related to food intolerance.
Vega Food Sensitivity Testing
BSc(Hons)Psych, DipSW, ITEC, AdvDipHP, PGCE, BSc(Hons)Hom, LCHE, RSHom
Homeopathy, Access Bars
Since leaving The College of Business Studies Kellie has worked within the natural health care industry for over 20 years. She has attained a diploma in Phytotherapy, HRC for the health industry and an Allergy Testing certificate. She now specialises in Food Sensitivity Testing at Framar Health. Kellie believes that many people suffer symptoms for years, not realising that one or more of the foods that they are eating could be to blame. And it can often be a "favourite" food that is the main offender.
Brenda has worked in health and social care services all of her working life. She studied at Queen’s University, the Open University, the University of Ulster, the Belfast School of Homeopathy and the Centre for Homeopathic Education. Across her career she has worked as a social worker in a range of service provision areas both in London and Belfast and taught on the Regional Social Work degree at Belfast Metropolitan College. In 2012 she commenced a degree in homeopathy at the Centre for Homeopathic Education in London and currently works at Helios pharmacy in London. As a life-long learner in the area of health/well-being she feels that homeopathy offers her a personal resource to support her own health, as well as being a tool to support people to empower themselves towards positive health outcomes in a gentle, non-toxic and compassionate way. Brenda also provides Access Bars sessions at Framar Clinic. If you wish to have a complimentary discovery call to decide if homeopathy can help you, please contact the clinic and leave your details.
Pamela has been practicing as a Mickel Therapist since completing her training in the therapy in 2015. She has been a keen advocate of Mickel Therapy since witnessing its effectiveness both personally and professionally. With a background in Clinical Psychology, Pamela is especially passionate about spreading the word about Mickel and how this therapy – that recognises the role that emotion plays in both our mental and physical health – can provide real, lasting results in various health conditions. The therapy, developed by medical doctor, Dr David Mickel, can help with: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Post-viral Fatigue Syndrome, M.E, Fibromyalgia, Depression, Anxiety, and IBS. It is a talking therapy, which teaches clients to translate their symptoms back into emotions and take corrective action, so the symptoms no longer need to occur. For more information about Mickel Therapy, please see www.mickeltherapy.com or contact Pamela. Pamela offers a free, no obligation, 20 minute phone consultation to anyone wanting to know more about Mickel Therapy.
BSc (Hons) DipION
Aislinn completed her training with the College of Bowen Studies after seeing the effects of the treatment first hand on her daughter. Bowen is a non invasive technique that uses a series of gentle movements on specific points of the body over muscles and connective tissue. It relieves tensions, pain and stress and is therefore beneficial for sports injuries, back, shoulder and knee complaints. Bowen is a gentle remedial therapy that treats the body as whole rather than individual symptoms.
Jane McClenaghan graduated from the University of Reading with a BSc (Hons) in Food Science in 1994. Since studying at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION) for three years, Jane has gained a wide range of experience in nutritional therapy. As well as her clinical experience as a nutrition consultant in Reading, Jane has worked in a nutrition laboratory, as a nutrition advisor for a highly reputable supplement company and was the sub-editor of The Nutrition Practitioner, a quarterly journal for nutritional consultants. She has written for a number of health publications, such as The Reader’s Digest and the GNC publication Live Well.
Aaron McCullough qualified from the European School of Osteopathy obtaining a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Osteopathic Medicine as well as diplomas in Osteopathy. Aaron is a full member of the General Osteopathic Council, Institute of Osteopathy and the Osteopathic council of Ireland and specialises in Structural, Cranial and Visceral Osteopathy. He has experience in maternity, childrens, sports injury and rehabilitation clinics, and has treated many international athletes. Aaron uses an Osteopathic system of diagnosis and treatment whereby the whole of the body is taken into consideration and the causative factors of a patients problem are discovered through manual testing. The aim of this system is to treat the areas causing the problem rather than just the symptoms for longer term relief. He has participated in sport to a high level throughout his life and has interests in rugby, tennis, rowing, and sailing.
Tertia Moleenar de Vries
The Jan De Vries Healthcare Clinic which was set up at Framar Health over 23 years ago by the late Jan de Vries, is now being continued by his daughter Tertia Molenaar de Vries. Tertia who worked closely with her father for over 30 years is pleased that she is able to continue her fathers work here at Framar Health and will attend the clinic on a monthly basis. Appointments are available one day a month.
BA (Hons), MA, Dip BCNH
Nutritional Therapy, Asyra Pro Health Screening
Sarah originally studied English and History at an undergraduate level and Marketing at a postgraduate level at university. However, a passion for food and cooking combined with an interest in evidence-based complementary medicine resulted in Sarah developing a keen interest in how food could be used as medicine. In 2008 she began studying nutritional therapy with the UK College of Nutrition and Health and since graduating she has joined the college as a member of their teaching staff. Sarah works with her clients, using a combination of achievable dietary changes and nutritional supplements, to bring about an improvement in their health concerns. Sarah is passionate about using nutritional therapy to treat a wide variety of health concerns, and has a particular interest in using nutritional therapy to support female hormone balance, skin health and autoimmune conditions. Sarah is an accredited member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).