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About Us

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01249 716730 / wellbeingosteopaths@nullgmail.com

The Wellbeing Clinic is home to Wellbeing Osteopaths, founded in 2006 by Dawn Hamilton and currently celebrating our 18th year in Corsham. Prior to moving in to our premises at 21 High Street, our practice was based in Green Ginger, Corsham.  We believe a holistic approach to healthcare supports a healthy life and so the Wellbeing Clinic is also home to a variety of Complementary Therapists who run their individual businesses from the clinic ( for individual profiles and contact details see below ). The therapists at the clinic currently provide treatments including Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Holistic Massage, Myofascial Release, Psychotherapeutic Counselling, Specialist Foot Health Care, Clinical Hypnotherapy, Homeopathy and Women’s Pelvic Health Physiotherapy.


Osteopaths are professionally trained to treat people of all ages from newborns to the elderly. We use a variety of safe and effective manual techniques, ranging from the traditional structural techniques to the more gentle cranial techniques and specialise in the osteopathic treatment of musculoskeletal pain. We can help alleviate a broad spectrum of problems from back and neck pain, stiff joints, fibromyalgia and headaches to work and sports related injuries and postural problems – including those in pregnancy and childhood.

Our goal is to alleviate your pain and discomfort and restore your health and wellbeing. Our clinic has been established in Corsham for 18 years and continues to grow.

If you are unsure whether osteopathy can help you and would like to discuss your situation before making an appointment, we offer a FREE 15 MINUTE PHONE CONSULTATION with one of our osteopaths.

Meet Our Osteopaths

Dawn Hamilton BOst DO (Hons) MSCCO

Osteopathy and Cranial Osteopathy


I have been an osteopath for over 40 years and hold both an Honours Diploma in Osteopathy and a Bachelor of Osteopathy degree. I graduated in 1982 from the British School of Osteopathy, now University College of Osteopathy, which is Europe’s oldest and largest training establishment for Osteopaths. I am a Member of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy (MSCCO), which is a leading provider of post-graduate training in cranial osteopathy.

I have practiced in a wide variety of clinical settings both in the UK and abroad, in Cyprus and the USA, including children’s clinics and sports injury clinics. I have also worked with a broad range of occupational injuries in both office and manual workers and have experience working alongside medical doctors and physiotherapists.

Osteopathic Interest

I am as passionate about osteopathy today as I was as a student and continue to marvel at its ability to help resolve even the most complex and stubborn of problems.

Since attending my first post-graduate training course in cranial osteopathy in 1985 I have developed a special interest in this field. I like the fact that it is gentle and non-invasive as a treatment and so patients find it easy to relax,  allowing the osteopath to get a lot of information from the body tissues. Children, particularly, are very aware that you are tuning in to their needs this way and so tend to respond well, as the treatment is very patient led.

I also enjoy treating women during pregnancy and helping to relieve mechanical discomfort due to the demands of changing posture, hormones and weight distribution. Pregnancy is a special time and it is immensely satisfying to play a part in making it a more enjoyable experience for mother and baby.

I have a special interest and experience in treating patients with headaches and shoulder problems and also enjoy treating feet. However one of the most satisfying aspects of osteopathy is dealing with the diverse range of problems that we see in practice every day which are always interesting, as they are unique to the individual and their particular lifestyle.

I previously trained as an exercise instructor and have taught a variety of exercise classes including aerobics, body conditioning and circuit training. I am therefore well placed to give advice on exercise, warm ups and stretches. I have also worked as an osteopathic technique tutor to undergraduate students at the British School of Osteopathy and as a practical skills tutor in Cranio Sacral Therapy with the Upledger Institute, UK.

Personal Interests

I live in Corsham with my husband and have two grown up children and two dogs. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, sharing good food and wine, travelling, reading and watching good films. I have recently rekindled my interest in yoga and meditation and am enjoying getting back in to regular practice. I adore flowers and trees and love to be out in nature which I find hugely restorative.

Victoria Kent BSc(Hons)Ost MSCCO 

Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy 

Background and Osteopathic Interest

I am a multi-disciplinary osteopath with over 25 years’ experience, specialising in women, babies and children.

Having graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1998, I started my professional career with two of the UK’s leading osteopathic clinics. At the Penn Clinic (Hatfield,Herts) I specialised in cranial osteopathy and babies and was directly mentored by Caroline Penn for 4 years. At the Kane and Ross Clinic (Wimpole St and Sloane St London) I focussed on pregnancy and post-natal care of mothers and new-borns, working in direct conjunction with obstetricians from renowned hospitals The Portland and St John & Elizabeth’s. 

Returning to my hometown of Bath in 2005 I ran my own practice for five years, The Victoria Kent Clinic (Catherine Place), before relocating to Singapore with my family for the following nine years. 

In Singapore, I worked as a practitioner and director of the City Osteopathy and Physiotherapy (Guthrie House) Clinic. I helped develop it from a small practice of three clinicians to a multi-disciplinary practice of sixteen, encompassing osteopaths, physiotherapists, naturopathic doctors and acupuncturists.  We purposefully took a collaborative approach across all these disciplines and that, along with mentoring osteopaths at the clinic, really broadened and deepened my holistic knowledge.

Now settled back in Bath, I am enjoying treating many of my former patients and welcoming new ones.  

Over the course of my career, I have treated a wide variety of patients – from those just a few hours old to the oldest at 104. My main focus is helping women, babies and children:  

Having treated women for over 25 years I understand how complex our lives can become and how this can affect our bodies. My main objective is to reduce my patients’ tension and pain, to build their resilience and help them thrive whatever the ups and downs of life.

My personal experience of motherhood deepened my interest in helping babies and children. I had three refluxy babies who didn’t sleep much and my daughters were diagnosed with dyslexia and ADHD. This really motivated me to advance my knowledge of the intricacies of babies’ and children’s development.

I draw on my experience by using a wide range of osteopathic techniques including cranial, articulation, soft tissue massage, dry needling and fascial release. I practice reflex integration work and am a member of MNRI (Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration). I am also a Caesarean section Scar Release Specialist.

I remain committed to my ongoing professional development and am currently studying for a post graduate diploma in Women’s Health, with leading visceral practitioner Caroline Stone. 

Meet Our Complementary Therapists

Holly Aragon



Hi, I’m Holly and my interest in acupuncture began as a result of an illness I had when I was 25 years old.  The acupuncture treatment I received changed my life so significantly I decided to go to college and train.  I qualified from the College of Traditional Acupuncture in 1992 and began practicing in Chippenham.  I inherited my first practice from a colleague who was moving back to Germany at the time, he very kindly sold it to me for the princely sum of 2 new tyres for his car!

Areas of Interest

Since those early days I’ve generally worked at osteopathic clinics alongside osteopaths and other body workers, sometimes in conjunction them to help relieve patients muscular and skeletal conditions.  This side of my practice keys in to my love of anatomy and trigger point acupuncture techniques.

My other keen interest is Fertility.  I’ve been involved in this side of my work for over 20 years now and see women and men either in conjunction with IVF clinics or to assist with natural cycles.  I also enjoy women’s medicine in general and see younger and older women from anything ranging from irregular periods to menopausal hot flushes.

My Work in General

I always aim to offer a sympathetic listening ear alongside a practical and robust treatment plan.  For those who can’t cope with the idea of needles I’ve devised a similar treatment using hot stones instead of needles.  Frequently I will use both if that that is the best way forward for those comfortable with both.

Going Forward

I’m very aware that recent events have been particularly challenging for many people. Acupuncture can be very useful at times of high stress whether it be caused by  physical, mental or emotional factors.  Every person is unique with their own story to tell.  My job is to listen to that story and do my best to help.

Holly is available at The Wellbeing Clinic on Saturdays. To contact Holly please call 07710 397285 or e mail: holly@nullacupuncturechippenham.co.uk
For further information about Holly visit: www.acupuncturechippenham.co.uk

Helen Hudson

Reflexology, Holistic Massage and Myofascial Release

I trained as a Reflexologist at the Bath School of Reflexology in 2000 and as a Massage Therapist in 2008 at the Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork. I have worked since then at Babington House Hotel and Spa near Frome, treating very lovely but also very discerning clients from all over the world. I am happy to now also be working at The Wellbeing Clinic, Corsham.

I am a member of the Association of Reflexologists and the Massage Training Institute and as such am constantly learning and improving my skills with further courses and training.

Reflexology is a very relaxing treatment but also a safe and effective way of helping our bodies to rebalance themselves, bringing about positive changes both physically and emotionally and helping to restore vitality and balance.

Holistic Massage includes deep tissue and traditional Swedish massage as well as gentle mobilisations and stretches. This can help to bring about many physical improvements such as releasing tight muscles, improving circulation, nervous function and joint mobility.

The following testimonial is from one of my many satisfied clients:

” I moved to Bath 16 years ago and up until that time had regular massage in London. I’ve had a long history of joint problems, specifically facial and jaw pain and chronic sciatica and finding a skilled and experienced therapist is vital to managing my wellbeing. It took few years to find Helen but without doubt she is the most amazing therapist I have ever met. She has that rare combination of being highly experienced and skilled and at the same time has wonderful intuition, knowing exactly what your body most needs to heal. I would recommend her to anyone without hesitation! You will feel like you are floating on air after a massage with Helen, I have the best night’s sleep after a treatment and feel relaxed and well.”

Sharon Charlton – Thomson

Helen is available at The Wellbeing Clinic every Monday. To make an appointment or for further information please call Helen on 07788 585281

Kate Furneaux

Foot Health Practitioner

Hi, I’m Kate. I have been a Registered Nurse for 22 years working predominately for the NHS. My most recent role was in the Medical admissions unit at Southmead hospital in Bristol. It was whilst nursing in such a fast-paced environment, that I began recognising the impact that poor foot health was having on the population and their ability to reach their full potential, remain independant or simply mobilise without pain.

“I realised that I could make a difference in a slower paced way. I love feet, I think they are a marvel of engineering that we take for granted too often. How much thought do we really put into our feet? Even when there is a problem, they are the last in the queue to receive attention.”

I decided to retrain as a Foot Health Practitioner as Podiatrists just as nurses within the NHS are overstretched and with a family, retraining to a degree standard was just unattainable. I would need to move my entire family, and I love Wiltshire! Podiatrists are qualified to work on a range of specialist foot treatments, whereas Foot Health Practitioners work on a wide range of less specialist and invasive procedures, as well as observe general foot health. Prices reflect this , they are more attainable to the public and I can spend more time with my clients offering a truly personal service.

Whether at home with an outreach appointment or at clinic, a footcare session could include the following, depending on the client’s needs:

  • A full assessment of your feet, including taking medical details.
  • Trimming and filing of toenails
  • Reducing any thickened toenails
  • Debriding callus
  • Enucleating any corns(hard-corns, soft-corns and seed corns)
  • Parr any verruca
  • Cleansing the foot with skin disinfectant pre, during and post treatment
  • Dressings, paddings and any medicinal tinctures if required
  • Foot massage with professional foot care cream suitable for your skin condition
  • Advice on footwear and maintaining your foot care in between appointments
  • And most importantly a friendly face and a chinwag!

Kate is available at The Wellbeing Clinic each Thursday. To contact Kate directly please call 07870 659955 or e mail:katefurneaux@nullhotmail.co.uk or for further information visit Kate’s website www.footworkswiltshire.com

Katie Guthrie BA(hons), DHP HPD MNCH(Lic)AFSFH.

Clinical Hypnotherapist


To me,  life is to be enjoyed and when I experienced Solution Focused Hypnotherapy first hand, due to suffering from insomnia (after a small number of sessions, I was sleeping beautifully!), I  knew it was something I needed to be a part of, I wanted others to benefit from it, since then it has become a number one passion for me! It is goal orientated, you tend to see results quickly, in comparison to other therapies, and more importantly,  it gives you the tools to have fun and enjoy life more.

I therefore qualified in 2011 from the Clifton Practice, a leading Hypnotherapy Centre in the South West, which also provides training in one of the most up to date therapies in the UK, Solution Focused Therapy. The type of Diploma I have is considered ‘gold standard’ in hypnotherapy training.

Having worked as a legal recruiter for over 15 years, I naturally enjoy listening and communicating with people and have a sense of wanting to help. I consider my approach to be straightforward and practical, as well as friendly, positive and enjoyable.


When I am not working, I enjoy entertaining my young son, travelling and participating in many sporting activities, with my number one passion being running. I also love wine and nibbles with friends!

Katie is available at The Wellbeing Clinic on Tuesday afternoons from 3.30 to 7.30 pm. To make an appointment or for further information please contact Katie via
Tel: 07595 979599,
Email: katie@nulltheguthriepractice.co.uk
Website: www.theguthriepractice.co.uk


Ruth Hussey DipHIC (BCPC) MBACP

Psychotherapeutic Counsellor

Hello, I’m a Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and as such can work on a time-limited or open-ended basis, depending on your therapeutic goals. 

My training at Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling is fully accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). It primarily combines two therapeutic modes of working: Person-Centred, and Psychodynamic.

The Person-Centred mode of working is based on a belief that the client is the expert on their own life, has the capacity to change, and that an empathic, honest and non-judgemental therapeutic relationship can be transformational. 

The Psychodynamic model attributes early life experiences to our unique ‘way of being’ in adulthood. As an integrative counsellor I can draw upon these and multiple theories and models to support you. 

Over the past 3 years I have been working as a volunteer counsellor with a local charity supporting clients across a diverse range of backgrounds. I have been running my private practise out of Corsham Wellbeing Clinic since September 2021. I have experience of working with presenting issues such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and addiction.

What you can expect:

A comfortable and confidential space where you can talk freely

A non-judgemental acceptance of what you bring

A collaborative relationship in which we work together to find the best way forward

You can be reassured that as a member of BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) I abide by their strict code of ethics.

If you are interested in working with me and would like to arrange an initial free of charge phone conversation:

Call: 07307 181737

Email: ruth@nullcorshamcounselling.co.uk



Jean Watt 



I qualified in 2008 with an Honours degree and a licentiate from the College of Homeopathic Education. (C.H.E.) in London.

I had to become a homeopath as I had watched one of my children’s severe eczema clear up using homeopathy.  To watch that happen was amazing and I had only decided to use homeopathy because my Doctor was suggesting steroid wrapping them, at three months old!   Looking around for a different solution I came across homeopathy and at that time didn’t fully appreciate the breadth and depth of homeopathy at all.

Anything you would go and see a Doctor for you can go and see a homeopath for, from physical illness to mental and emotional issues. Remedies are non addictive and non toxic and can be used alongside conventional medicine.

Being an holistic therapy homeopathy takes into account all of your symptoms, both emotional, physical and your family history to understand your genetic susceptibilities.

Life is a journey, as is your health and homeopathy can help unravel illness bringing balance back, removing dis-ease


I love living in Wiltshire, an amazing part of the UK to live with easy access to everywhere!  I was born in London and lived the majority of my life in London always slightly irritated that my parents were in London too and the time it took to go and see them I could have driven out of London to somewhere calm and relaxed for the occasional weekend away!  I never managed to persuade them it would be an excellent idea for them to move so I did!  I love walking and exploring this country we live in.  If I can squeeze in a walk to somewhere new at a weekend I will. I can’t always persuade family members to join me but my lovely dog, Pebbles, is always by my side. More organisation on my part is needed to figure out how to walk all the coastline of the UK before I die!

If homeopathy is something you would like to explore but would like further information, please text or email me and we can arrange a chat if necessary.  I look forward to hearing from you.

Tel: 07962 887808

Email: JeanWatt1900@nullproton.me

Website: https://jeanwatthealth.co.uk

Appointments are available at The Wellbeing Clinic each Friday from 10am to 2pm.