I’m a Nature Allied Psychotherapist and ethnographer, teaching woodland living skills and natural history.
I specialise in working with relational trauma in our connections with people and with nature.
As a naturalist my work aims to reignite the oral tradition for learning about nature within families and challenges racism within the environmental sector.
Nature Allied Psychotherapy
As a therapist I work exclusively in natural settings, working in allegiance with nature to explore our emotional worlds. I have theorised our relationships with nature from an applied psychotherapeutic perspective, developing Nature Allied Psychotherapy as a modality of practice for ongoing client work.
Immersive training for qualified and trainee psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals supporting well-being in the outdoors
Using the skills of our ancestors to nurture a closer relationship with nature and a sense of belonging to communities past and present
Covid-19 and the race factor in access to green space. Black and minority ethnic people are disproportionately..
BBC, Cities: Nature’s New Wild, Episode 3, Outcasts. Narrated by Daniel Kaluyaa, explores how wildlife…
Exploring black perspectives on issues relating to the natural world and our relationship with nature
In the Press
For many people across the Scandinavian countries, getting in touch with nature is a value that shapes …
Happy Wednesday y’all! This week we’re joined by Beth Collier of @WildintheCity1 & @ActiveRoberts to chat about why so many of us have found solace in plants and the benefits of being more connected to nature. 🎧 Check it out at https://t.co/F6IPgAF4pV #TBGinSession #PodsInColor pic.twitter.com/gsJyjtFczp— Therapy for Black Girls (@therapy4bgirls) September 9, 2020