Some things you may want to know.
I have been, at various times, and sometimes altogether, a tutor of writing and language, a piano teacher, a gilder, a putter together of veg boxes, a mother, and a companion to a wise dog.
I am interested in the imaginal, the liminal, and the marginal, in language as a form of embodiment, in dreaming and in wildness.
My training and qualifications are in Embodied-Relational Therapy and Wild Therapy.
I have regular supervision and am part of an Independent Practitioners Web along with other therapists who know and stand by my work.
I am also a steering group member of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibillty (PCSR) which aims to locate psychotherapy and counselling in its social context. I am currently editor of its magazine, Transformations.
Fees and such
I usually work from my home in Norwich (and outdoors by agreement).
I am a twenty minute walk from the centre of town, or a ten minute bus ride.
Some free parking is available in the street, I also have a Visitor Parking Permit.
I like to let people know that I have a small but essential dog.