Tamiko has obtained a Doctor of Osteopathy (DOMP) and an Honours BSc
(U of C) specializing in Neuropsychology. She is also pursuing a Masters of Counselling Psychology to further expand the scope of her practice and better support the wide range of individuals and conditions in her private clinic.
Tamiko has 25 years of combined clinical and therapeutic experience, specializing in concussion, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, chronic and acute pain conditions, motor vehicle collisions, trauma and abuse, and has lectured with the Alberta Association of Acupuncturists, among other local and Provincial associations and businesses, on Osteopathy, Craniosacral Therapy, Concussion, PTSD, Reiki and mind, body, and spirit wellness.
Tamiko has trained and volunteered with CCASA (Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse) and has several years of counselling experience with addictions, chronic and persistent mental illness, abuse, adolescent abuse, and trauma with the Calgary Drop-In Centre, Wood's Homes and the Alberta Mental Health Board. She has over twenty years of experience as a clinic director and has also participated in a countless intensive programs and symposiums dedicated to the healing and awareness of Concussion, Abuse, Trauma, and PTSD, including for Veterans.
Tamiko has assisted with teaching Craniosacral Therapy (CST) with the Upledger Institute, where she has also been a visiting therapist, and with clinical studies in Alzheimer's and CST. Tamiko utilizes various Osteopathic modalities including Craniosacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Lymphatic Drainage, Reiki (she's is also Reiki Master), and other forms of treatments, including meditation within her Osteopathic therapy practice.
Tamiko is a member of the American College of Physical Medicine and the National Manual Osteopathic Society.