Louise Auger BDS BCST RCST
Registered Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist
When I first experienced Craniosacral Therapy in 2013 it immediately triggered a profound curiosity within me “How does that work?” I had trained and worked within traditional clinical healthcare models for many years with little knowledge or experience of complimentary medicine. I was amazed at how effective the gentle Craniosacral touch was in releasing tensions I had been unaware I was holding. Within weeks I signed myself up for a Living Anatomy and Physiology Foundation Course which lead into a two year Craniosacral Therapist Practitioner training at the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust (CTET) in London. Since graduating in 2016 I have continued to develop my skills in Craniosacral Therapy and have attended many postgraduate workshops covering a variety of Craniosacral topics. I have regular supervision sessions with an experienced craniosacral supervisor to support my continued development in the subject.
I have always believed in “prevention being better than cure” and been aware of the importance of good nutrition, hydration, exercise, plenty of sleep and a good work life balance in maintaining health. But throughout life we all encounter events, physical and/or emotional that can throw us off balance. In my experience Craniosacral Therapy can help in restoring that balance.
I graduated as a dentist from Birmingham University 32 years ago and continue to work part time in a private dental clinic in Kent where I focus my practice on taking and reporting on 3d images used for diagnosis and treatment planning for implant and oral surgery work.
I was born and spent much of my childhood in New Zealand before my family emigrated to the UK when I was a teenager. I have lived in Bearsted, Kent for 28 years with my husband, three children and numerous pets.
Dental Surgeon BDS Birmingham 1988
Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust (CTET) Practitioner Diploma 2016
International Affiliation of Biodynamic Training ( 700 hour practitioner training 2014-2016)
CTET Living Anatomy and Physiology Foundation Course 2014
Cranial Nerves Unravelled with Katherine Ukleja 2016
Working with Mothers and Babies with Sarah Nesling 2016
Dentistry and the Craniosacral System with Thomas Atlee 2017
Healing from the Core with Suzanne Scurlock-Durana 2017
Behind the Smile with Katherine Ukleja 2018
Working with Trauma, Workshops 1 & 2 with Sarah Nesling 2018
Gut Feeling: The Microbiome in Clinical Practice with Viola Sampson 2018
Assistant Tutor on the Living Anatomy and Physiology Foundation Course (CTET) 2017
Assistant on Working with Mothers and Babies with Sarah Nesling 2018
Our Overlooked Organ: The Human Microbiome with Viola Sampson 2019
Working With Trauma Workshop 3; Developmental Trauma with Sarah Nesling 2019
The Microbiome; Gut-Brain-Axis with Viola Sampson 2019
The Pelvis and Women’s Health; with Katherine Ukleja 2019
I am registered with the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA). As a registered Craniosacral therapist I am accredited by the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA) and can use the letters RSCT after my name. I adhere to the CSTA’s Code of Ethics and requirements for continuing professional development and have professional indemnity insurance. I also follow the GDPR guidelines for protecting patients data see Privacy Notice.