Maureen Slattery-Marsh

Maureen Slattery-Marsh is a therapist, supervisor and lecturer working in the voluntary sector and in private practice in Birmingham. She has been involved with Icap (immigrant counselling and psychotherapy) since 2007, a charity offering therapeutic support to immigrants, primarily from the Irish community living in Britain (www.icap.org.uk).

She spent six years in Northern Ireland developing programmes in community reconciliation and commenced her training as a therapist in Edinburgh in 1995. She specialised in addictions counselling for five years before moving to Birmingham in 2003, completing her MA in Psychodynamic counselling in 2007. She is currently chair of BACP’s Spirituality division and engages in research on the relationship between psychotherapy, spirituality and belief.

 

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Working with the Unseen
Saturday 21 January 2017

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Barker, M-J. (2018) Rewriting the Rules: An Anti-Self-Help Guide to Love, Sex and Relationships. London: Routledge

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