AUTHORS: Hayley Marshall
Hayley Marshall is an ecological Transactional Analysis psychotherapist, trainer, and writer with over 25 years clinical experience. She has worked outside for much of that time.
She has written and presented extensively on ecological clinical practice and is director of the Centre for Natural Reflection based in the Peak District, UK where she helps western practitioners to re-vision their work through embedding themselves within the natural world.
In the past 15 years she has been instrumental in some pioneering developments in the ecological therapeutic field both in the UK and internationally. Currently, in partnership with educationalist Giles Barrow, she is supporting the development of a new multi-field ecological approach within Transactional Analysis.
Over the past few years, she has also developed a style of writing that supports more productive ecological conversations. This work is based on her original training as a musician, Amerta movement practice, and her love for our more-than-human kin.
Her approach has arisen from the lands of Derbyshire and reflects the voices of eco-
philosopher David Abram, child developmentalist Daniel Stern, storyteller Martin Shaw, cognitive scientist Wilma Bucci, Amerta movement teacher Sandra Reeve, and writers Richard Powers and Barry Lopez.
Claire's forthcoming book on How to be Feral will be published in 2023
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