I do around 40 sessions per week of eurythmy therapy at the community's health center, Helios. My clients are community members; mostly residents, as well as some of co-workers, and their children. I also do eurythmy with a group of residents (around 15~20 people) one evening a week. Since summer of 2013, I have been a co-house coordinator also.
I work at the NHS Medical Centre Helios in Bristol, offering Eurythmy Therapy to patients with acute and chronic illnesses. I am registered with the Council for Anthroposophic Health and Social Care (CAHSC) and have an MA degree in Eurythmy Therapy from Alanus University.
Jane is a Biographical Counsellor working with adults, couples and families. She brings together an integrative approach to her counselling bringing psycho-spiritual, systemic, and artistic methods into her work. She has been working with clients for 10 years in private practice and more recently with a charity counselling in their Child and Family team.
I have begun to realise that some of the best things that have happened to me in this life have been in response to invitations from friends. A growing fascination with life journey work was enhanced wonderfully when I was invited to join a Biography group in 2003 and then an invitation to the Oasis Facilitator's Training in 2008. Both these invitations have not just been one off experiences but a lifelong support to my ongoing journey.
I am an adult care social worker. now self-employed. I provide specialist assessments under key legislation - the Mental Health Act and the Mental Capacity Act. I also provide consultancy and training to organisations who provider care and support to vulnerable adults and young people. Before qualifying I worked for many years in St Christopher's School and although I work with mainly mainstream services I am committed to an Anthroposphical view of humanity and strive to imbue my work with this knowledge and wisdom.
At the basis of my work is the realisation that Rhythmical Massage is not only a means for relaxation but indeed a healing tool for body, soul and spirit. I trained in Rhythmical Massage Therapy in Germany and Switzerland between 1998 – 2003. I have worked in a number of therapeutic settings in Switzerland and in England. I have experience working with Massage at a Clinic offering integrative medicine and therapies, a Therapy Centre as part of a multidisciplinary team and at an educational Trust. In 2011 I became a fully trained Reflexologist.
I am a UKCP registered Psychotherapist and Counsellor and, as an Anthroposophic Nurse Specialist, co-facilitator of a health care training course in ‘Anthroposophic Approaches to Healing’. In my work I draw on experiences from a richly diverse background which has included nursing, midwifery, social anthropology and living for many years in intentional communities (Camphill) with people with special needs. My professional approach is informed by Assagioli’s Psychosynthesis, Davanloo’s ISTDP and Steiner’s Anthroposophy.
I have been a Physiotherapist/ Rhythmical Massage therapist for 30 years and have worked in different therapeutic settings, both in the Netherlands (where I was born), in the UK (where I have lived since 20 years) and abroad. It has always been my aim to integrate mainstream and complementary medicine where possible. I am working from an holistic perspective; my inspiration is rooted in anthroposophic medicine and its understanding of the human being.
I work as a counsellor with individuals, couples and families, as well as supervising trainees and experienced counsellors. My background includes counselling and supervision with CRUSE Bereavement Care and the hospice movement. I've also counselled in a number of primary-care settings I have facilitated drama therapy with individuals and groups. My original training was in teaching.
I am a Healthcare Practitioner with many experience offering a wide range of therapies, which can be adapted to the needs of each client. My main concern is the care and treatment of the physical body. I also seek to enable the body's self-healing forces to become active.