Prior to therapy training in 2010, I spent 13 years in Hong Kong editing different magazines in the environmental / spiritual / social activist fields; Positive News and Holistic Asia as well as setting up a publishing company; Pilgrims Guides. Before returning to Asia, I had led pilgrimages to Tibet, helped set up a charity in Nepal and was a gardener in the Findhorn community of Scotland.In 2008 I was ordained an interfaith minister – a training which lead to my studying of Process Work. Since then I have also become an Australian civil celebrant and marry couples regularly click here for more information about ministry and rites of passages.In 2009 I became a Findhorn Fellow, a group of notable folk associated with the Findhorn community who help to create the holistic and sustainable solutions and inspirations to our current world situation.
Since Jan 2010 I have been studying at the RSPOPUK (Research Society for Process Oriented Psychology United Kingdom), processworkuk.org which is accredited with UKCP, (UK Council for Psychotherapy). Currently as a supervised student as part of my training I receive regular supervision. In 2016 i returned to live in the UK, back to the Findhorn community where my practice is in person as well as on skype. I am registered as a UKCP trainee therapist and abide by their ethical guidelines.