December 6

Please write at least 30 words about why you want to join this Ecopsychology community. This info will appear on your profile page and helps to create dialogue with others in this virtual space. It also lets us know that your request is genuine (not a spammer) and we cannot join you up without it.

Hi my name is Allison Priestman and I'm an Embodied-Relational and Wild therapist based in Stroud. I would like to join this Ecopsychology community to be more linked in with others interested in Ecopsychology.

Qualifications/Services Offered (Optional)

Embodied-Relational and Wild Therapy Trainer

Telephone/Contact Details (Optional)


If you might be interested in meeting people locally, what towns/regions are accessible to you?


Website or Blog


Anything else you'd like the other members to know?

Audio blog introducing my Wild Therapy practice http://erthworks.co.uk/category/blog/

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  • Dear Allison
    Good to see you here-long time no see, I hope you're well?

    Welcome to this online ecopsychology community. We hope you're inspired by this space and we look forwards to any contributions you might wish to make.

    As and when you have time, please do replace the blue flower with a photo of yourself or something favorite, and do tell us more about yourself on your profile page - we find both these things help to build a sense of community in this virtual space.

    There are local groups (see group tab, Bristol & SW group and others) if you wish to meet others locally.

    Love to you,
    On behalf of the Ning Ecopsychology website team
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