About Graham Kennedy

Graham has worked as a therapist and trainer for over 20 years. In recent years, he has developed a unique integrative approach to treatment based on his experience in craniosacral therapy, prenatal and birth psychology and early trauma resolution.

Graham is a practitioner and teacher of Craniosacral Therapy, as well as a supervisor with the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA). He has taught Craniosacral therapy both nationally and internationally, and was one of the co-founders and the joint principal of the Institute of Craniosacral Studies.

Graham also has a background in prenatal and birth psychology, somatic trauma resolution and working with the impact of attachment deficits. He has also completed Family Future’s Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy (NPP) programme (Level One) and training in Non-Violent Resistance (NVR).

Graham has a special interest in working with and supporting adopted children and adoptive families. He was a trainer and parent consultant for Adoption UK for a number of years, and now does similar work for PAC-UK, one of the largest adoption support charities in the country. He works with families adversely impacted by the behaviour of their children suffering with developmental trauma, and in particular those who are dealing with Child to Parent Violence (CPV).

As well as his clinical work, Graham is also a faculty member and module leader at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading, where he teaches both anatomy and Chi Kung/Qi Gong (Chinese internal exercise).