Date(s) - Tuesday, April 19th, 2022
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jan Baker is a psychotherapist and counsellor, supervisor and organisational consultant. For many years she taught on the MSC in Counselling and Psychotherapy at Birkbeck College, where she developed a particular interest and expertise in working experientially and developing Group Relations Conferences, focusing on power, authority and leadership. She is an active member of the Transition Town movement and the Climate Psychology Alliance,
both of which seek to help people face difficult truths and to enable them to build resilience. She has also supported some of those XR activities which highlight the perilous nature of our planet. She believes strongly in the power of people working together to help build community, whilst recognising this is an ongoing and difficult process.
Brigitta Mowat is a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer at the Minster Centre where she runs training supervision groups and teaches personal and clinical integration on the MA in integrative psychotherapy. She provides psychological support to XR activists. She recently published an article: Mowat, B. (2021). How Integrative Psychotherapy can address the Anthropocene crisis. Self & Society No 6 Winter 2021, and very recently has published an IPA study: Climate change on the couch, which looked at how environmentally aware counsellors and psychotherapists perceive and clinically engage with the Climate and Ecological Emergency (CEE). She is an active member of the Climate Psychology Alliance and runs climate cafes.
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