Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear; if the weather looks to be very wet or windy, the workshop may be deferred to another date. We will be moving around the area which is wooded and hilly with rough ground. Tarpaulins to sit on will be provided as are log seats but if you need a chair or cushion, please bring your own, as well as a drink. Snacks will be provided and there is a compost toilet. You might like to bring a pen and paper, although handouts will be provided after the workshop.
Sheila Pope qualified in 2003; she took four further years' training in Transactional Analysis and started her ecotherapy journey with Hayley Marshall and the late Martin Jordan in 2014. She is a counsellor in private practice based in Burgess Hill, volunteered for 4 1/2 years in a hostel for the homeless and worked for 2 1/2yrs in a centre offering support for people with learning disabilities.
Sheila is a singer/guitarist/songwriter, was a drummer in a rock band for 11 years, enjoys rifle shooting and rides a motorcycle.