CPASS (Counselling, Psychotherapy and Applied Social Sciences)
How much truth can we bear? Psychotherapy and an Environment in Crisis
Friday 25th May 2018 from 6.00 to 7.30pm, Teviot Lecture Theatre
Psychotherapy has an invaluable part to play in understanding the psychological and cultural drivers of climate change. It also has a great deal to offer in supporting resilience on a changing planet.  I will be exploring how to offer help to those wishing to make sense of, and take meaningful action in this new and frightening reality; suggesting that we may need to challenge some implicit assumptions of the psychodynamic method to do so.
The Old Medical School
Elsie Inglis Quad (Doorway 5) Teviot Place
Edinburgh, EH8 9AG
The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception in Rooms G3 / G4 (Doorway 6) finishing at 8.30pm
This event is free but pre booking is required (max. two per person) –
Margaret Jarvie Lecture Book NowF


December 28-31st 2017.

‘Undivided’ Yoga retreat at Triyoga, London

The Light in the Stone
sacred stones and ancient secrets’
The Light in the Stone page

November 14th 2017 The London Interfaith Centre, London
November 16th 2017 St Ethelburga’s Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, London
December 9th 2017 Greennote, Camden, London


May 25th 2017 Our (Human) Nature, Institute of Group Analysis, 6 – 9pm, Swiss Cottage, London
Private view, talk and discussion.
This is open to the general public.  Refreshments provided as part of the evening. For more details see hereJune 15th 2017 Loss and Re-Storying. 7- 9pm A workshop with Chris Robertson, on behalf of Transition Willesden
‘We will draw on ancient wisdom stories to illuminate our own stories of personal and collective loss and sorrow in these disturbing times.’ More info here

5577The Urban Retreat 2016
The Middle Pathway
December 28th-31st, 9-5.30pm
Triyoga Camden, London
So the darkness shall be the light, and the stillness the dancing. — T. S. Eliot

Through the four days of the retreat I will be telling the tale of Eros and Psyche. We’ll be travelling from Mount Olympus, home of the gods down to the underworld and back again, restored and refreshed, hopefully, for the new year.

The retreat includes traditional yoga practises led by two of triyoga’s most well-respected and experienced teachers, Anna Ashby and Joey Miles and Chanting led by Nikki Slade, resident kirtan leader at triyoga.
This year’s retreat focuses on ‘the middle pathway’, a term used by various philosophical traditions from Buddhism, to Taoism and Yoga, where the experience of unified awareness becomes known through the experience of the ‘centre’ and explores the different levels of subtle experience at the core of the hatha yoga tradition.
More information and booking triyoga Camden.

Devouring the Earth or Eating Ourselves, Who is Doing Violence to Who, a workshop as part of The Festival of Non-violence drawing on themes in Myth to help us explore our violence to the non, or more than human world.
10-1pm Thursday 17th November



starlingsNov 19th, 9am-5pm
A one day workshop organised by The Climate Psychology Alliance, involves various talks and leading climate scientists, psychoanalysts with a particular interest in Climate Psychology and Natalie Bennett of The Green Party
The Psychology of Climate Action – New Perspectives on Leadership, Holloway Resource Centre, London,


October 27th 2016 6pm
Halloween Stories for Adults
An opportunity for performance storytelling from members of The North London Traditional Storytelling Circle
at Willesden Library. Please get in touch if you’d like to contribute a story
The next storytelling circle will be on October 12th, 7pm at RSL Collective



Cortijo Romero

Cortijo Romero Doors to Invisible Worlds

A journey inwards through myth and story
September 10th -17th 2016
Cortijo Romero, Spain


Spoken Word Saturday
SSpoken Word Saturdaysaturday July 9th, 2016 Wales
Meet up, Listen up, speak up!

Expect to be mesmerized by artists creatively exploring ‘ The Spoken Word’




Storytelling Workshop

North West London
May 7th 2016 1.30 – 5.30, £20
Would you like to tell a story but don’t feel confident you can remember a story or tell it in the way you’d like to?

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If that’s how you feel – then this workshop is for you!.
This workshop is also for people who would like to improve their storytelling, find new ways of helping stories come to life and spend an enjoyable afternoon exploring myths fairytales and folk tales.
In this experiential and fun workshop you will come away at the end of the day ready to tell a traditional story.

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All you need is love? New version

All You Need Is Love?
an evening of traditional stories told by
Geoff Mead and Sarah Deco, Thursday May 19th 2016 8pm,



away-mountainsWhite Bear and the Snow Maiden
Classic winter tales for children 4-11yrs
Notting hill Gate Library



April 18th 2015
As part of Radical Hope and Cultural Tragedy (Bristol)
A conference on psychological aspects of Climate Change, organised by The Climate Psychology Alliance, a workshop on a Native American creation story Four Worlds and A Broken Stone.  To explore the theme of hope in the face of overwhelming destruction.

August 31st

Bank Holiday Retreat –Triyoga
Pause and Reflect: Stories on the theme of the interconnection of everything.

September 2015 – January 2016
New Stories for Old Times:
Inspiration for sustainable living

A Transition Town Kensal to Kilburn project in association with Brent Museum and Archive.
An exhibition on oral history, which involved local residents, with workshops, storytelling public discussion

September 20th
Transpersonal Perspectives: A day long workshop for Transpersonal Psychotherapists and  others with an interest in Transpersonal Psychology on a Native American Story called Four Worlds and A Broken Stone
RSL Collective Halloween Celebration: Halloween stories, (more magical than scary)

November 22nd
Autobiographical storytelling Workshop
Willesden Library

November 28th 2015
Back to Where We Have Not Quite Been
An Exhibition, Conference and series of events at The Arnolfini Gallery Bristol