Systemic, Family and Eco Psychotherapist and author. M.Sc., UKCP
What I offer: talks, trainings, supervision, Systemic psychotherapy, organisational consultancy and group facilitation that offer an exploration of ecological and systemic perspectives on complex issues. I originally studied biology and later trained as a Waldorf teacher, and Wilderness rites of passage guide with The School of Lost Borders before becoming a Systemic Family Therapist. I have been involved in exploring nature-based practice for more than 30 years.
I currently work as registered Systemic Family Therapist in the NHS and in private practice, with individuals, families, and organisations. My intention is to find ways to bring experiential encounter with the Imaginal into mainstream education and therapeutic practise.
My book: Nature in Mind, Systemic Thinking and Imagination in Ecopsychology and Mental Health was published by Routledge in 2018.