Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear / Northumberland


July 2

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I am a budding ecotherapist and I work as a humanistic counsellor and psychotherapist in private practice on a farm at the North Sea coast in Northumberland near Whitley Bay. Working in so much isolation, I miss the collegiality of peers. I would like to build a network of ecotherapists and collaborate with like-minded practitioners to raise the profile of ecotherapy.

Qualifications/Services Offered (Optional)

I offer ecotherapy, pet bereavement counselling, attachment therapy (mbt) and animal (canine) assisted therapy (aat-c). The bedrock of my approach is humanistic and I find that to be complementary to ecotherapy.

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

I live 10 mi from Newcastle upon Tyne

Website or Blog


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

I write a blog about ecotherapy. It is called Doug Pazienza / Eco-minded Counselling and Psychotherapy. Here is the link: https://eco-mindedtherapy.blogspot.com/

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  • Dear Doug

    Welcome to this online ecopsychology community. Thanks for introducing yourself, it's much appreciated. 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 picture of yourself or something favourite - we find this helps to build a sense of community in this virtual space.

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