Victoria Door PhD is a founder member of PAAT, and director of PAAT’s Continuous Professional Development. She is part of PAAT’s teacher training team.
Victoria worked in private practice in the Alexander Technique for 10 years before taking the skills she had learnt in the Technique into secondary school education. She lectured at Keele University, having got a PhD in ‘Attention in Foreign Language Learning’ at the University of Bath.
Victoria came across mindfulness when it was introduced to trainee teachers at Keele in 2014. She has now completed the Masters in Mindfulness-Based Approaches at the University of Bangor. She is currently researching the Alexander Technique for teachers and other performers with Dr Rose Whyman (PAAT) as well as the relationship of Alexander Technique with mindfulness.
Victoria teaches Alexander Technique to individuals and groups on line. For more information, please contact the PAAT Secretary.
Victoria has published two books on education, and has co-written a chapter on John Dewey and the Alexander Technique with Dr Clare Wilkinson (PAAT).
Victoria is registered with CNHC.
To contact Victoria, go here.