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Hayley Marshall

Hayley Marshall is a UK based outdoor and indoor TA psychotherapist supervisor and trainer with 22 years' experience and has worked outside for 10 years. During this time she has developed an expansive relational psychotherapeutic approach incorporating the vital presence of nature. She co-authored (with Dr Martin Jordan) a ground-breaking article on the outdoor therapeutic frame in the European Journal of Psychotherapy in 2010; and has written a chapter on clinical outdoor practice in Ecotherapy: Theory Research and Practice published by Macmillan in July 2016. She has also written a column on outdoor practice - The View from Here - for The Transactional Analyst. As director of The Centre for Natural Reflection, she trains and supervises outdoor psychotherapists, and facilitates an advanced outdoor practitioner group meeting seasonally in the Peak District.


Past and present Confer events
Eco-Psychotherapy
Online module

Psychotherapy and the Natural World
Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 November 2016








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