I am an experienced facilitator who has run trainings and workshops internationally with people ranging all ages and nationalities. I weave my background in biological sciences with systems thinking, participatory facilitation, non-hierarchical and decentralised organising and soulful connection with Nature. I worked at Schumacher College for 2 years facilitating the Work That Reconnects there, while helping re-design the Holistic Science Master's Programme. I was trained with Joanna and Anne in 2016 on a 10-day Intensive and have continued my practice and study with them since.
Audiences I work with
Youth, organisations and companies, professionals, students
Experience facilitating other events & workshops
What year did you begin facilitating the Work That Reconnects?
As I mention above, I have facilitated practices from the Work That Reconnects many times during my time teaching and facilitating at Schumacher College. These were most often woven into the Holistic Science Master's Programme, but also into other Master's programmes, e.g. Economics for Transition MA and Ecological Design Thinking MA. I also hosted multiple stand-alone Work That Reconnects Day-long Workshops with my co-facilitator Della Duncan, where we moved through the spiral in a day and focussed in on one practice - e.g. the Council of All Beings, or the Truth Mandala. I have also facilitated WTR practices at many trainings of different settings - e.g. Art of Hosting (http://www.artofhosting.org/) or Going Horizontal (www.goinghorizontal.co), of which I am a Steward. After Schumacher College, I also worked for 3 months at the International Youth Initiative Programme (www.yip.se) where I held weekly practices from the WTR in the flow of the spiral over 8 weeks for 30 young people aged 18-28 who were on a 10-month programme there. I also co-facilitated a 5-day WTR infused camping and canoe trip with the same young people together with Christianne Sinoo and Inte Koster as co-facilitators.
I now work with organisations that are trying to create environments that are more humane and compassionate and kind, and have brought WTR into organisations too, in small practices like the Milling, or Open Sentences.