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Nick Totton

Nick Totton is a therapist and trainer with almost 35 years experience. Originally a Reichian body therapist,his approach has become broad based and open to the spontaneous and unexpected; he now practises and teaches Embodied-Relational Therapy. He has long been deeply involved with ecopsychology and addressing climate change. He has written a number of books, including Wild Therapy (PCCS), Embodied Relating: The Ground of Psychotherapy (Karnac), Body Psychotherapy: An Introduction (OUP) and Psychotherapy and Politics (Sage). He has a grown up daughter. Nick lives in Cornwall with his partner and grows vegetables. www.nicktotton.net


Website
www.erthworks.co.uk


Past and present Confer events
Eco-Psychotherapy
Online module

Embodied Approaches to Psychotherapy
Online module

Eco-Psychotherapy: Healing and the Natural World
Saturday 18 March 2017

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

Live Supervision - The Body
Friday 19 April 2013

Landscapes of The Mind
Friday 25 - Sunday 27 September 2009

The Big Idea
Friday 5 (evening) and Saturday 6 March 2010







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