Andrea Sturm holds Masters degrees in Education Sciences and Spiritual Theology in Interreligious Process from the University of Salzburg. She is a PhD candidate in Education Sciences at Inter-University College Graz. Andrea both developed and teaches online Ethics and Mental Health Programmes at Physiopedia/Physioplus. As an early career researcher she is investigating everyday ethical experiences and ethical decision-making of physiotherapists internationally. Andrea is a member of Physio Austria and has been working as a clinician since 2005. She is a former external lecturer for Ethics, Gender and Diversity Management and Professional Ethics at the University of Applied Sciences Campus Vienna, Department Physiotherapy. She is writing professional articles on paediatrics, ethics, and culturally and trauma-sensitive care for working with migrants and refugees in various German speaking physiotherapy journals. Before becoming a physiotherapist, Andrea trained in psychological counselling, and undertook two apprenticeships in a sports shop and as an office administrator. Later in Cologne she managed an organic bakery and worked part time as a volunteer on a biodynamic organic farm for over two years.