MY Therapy Services
Let me tell you a little bit about why I chose this name for the service. It’s not rocket science really….I’ve kept it simple. MY are my initials, hence the My Therapy Services. But that’s a little boring I think…..so I’ve put a spin of the word ‘My’. I want all of my clients to embrace the ‘My’ and take ownership of that word. So they can call the therapy that they receive ‘My Therapy’. It’s personal to me as a service provider and also personal for the service user. Common grounds right from the start will hopefully lead to amazing relationships and outcomes.
"Every child deserves the right to play, socialise and be given the tools needed to develop key skills.
This will enable them to go on to achieve something truly remarkable."
Rebuilding Lives with Manisha Yasin
I have 17 years of clinical experience as an Occupational Therapist within the NHS. This has involved working within a variety of environments including hospitals, schools, care homes and people’s own homes.
My Role is to draw the right connections between a child’s physical and emotional state and their personal environment. This alongside a thoughtful conversation with you as parents allows us all to get to the heart of the difficulties you may be going through.
What makes me tick? Empowering a child to do/be/feel something they didn’t think was an option, hearing about the confidence that comes when someone tries a new activity or conquers one that was once a challenge or seeing the joy on a parent’s face when their child hits a milestone they never thought they would see!
Apart from my life as an OT, I enjoy engaging in community activities which focus on giving back and making a difference. I have 4 children of my own ranging from toddler to teenager which has also given me a personal perspective on the challenges (and joys of course!) that parenting brings. As a result, I also try to understand the overlooked needs of the parents and provide support where I can.
I am based in Nottingham but happy to discuss travel further afield.