In 1986 I trained at Surrey University in group dynamics as my specialisation while attending a Masters in Psychological Counselling. Since that date I have run a number of groups: from a coordination group for counsellors at St James’s; to supervision groups; psychotherapy groups, experiential group facilitation; men’s groups; and finally support and training groups in the transpersonal perspective on therapy. Most recently I have run the following two groups:
Group therapist of Sobell House senior staff (Oxford’s main NHS Hospice)
I was the group therapist and facilitator of a support group for Sobell House senior staff for four years meeting weekly. During this time I enabled the group to share and explore the ongoing dynamics and relationships that unfolded on a personal and organisational level.
Oxford Transpersonal Group
This support and discussion group for therapists and coaches has been running for 10 years. It is an eclectic group addressing innovative thinking around the transpersonal perspective in life and in personal development. At present this group has no vacancies, however if you are interested in exploring group work further, please don’t hesitate to call or email me.