Types of Methods
• Nature Connection Practices
• Coaching - Transformation - Philosophy
• Parent / teacher / child care provider
• One to one, personal
I offer 1-1 and small group therapeutic work which is both attachment and trauma-informed and existentially-oriented. Existential philosophy is suited very much to DA work – it examines the ‘givens’ or restrictions of life (including climate change and collapse) and then looks at how we may make meaning of these and how we might make choices about our future which feel authentic to us. Attachment and trauma-informed work gives us an understanding of not only our own personal struggles and reactions to the changes, fears and losses experienced through climate-change, but also the collective and intergenerational impacts of trauma. Understanding personal and collective trauma can also help us to harness the resilience, adaptability, healing and growth that may be open to us even when faced with our most feared events. My own background is in complex trauma, emotional wellbeing and family/community mental health, working within the NHS. I am also interested in sustainability, permaculture and nature-connectedness, and DA has resonated deeply with my sense of humans needing to reconnect not only within themselves, with each other, but also with the rest of nature.
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