Ecopsychology Voices is an interview series with some of ecopsychology's luminaries. This month Linda Buzzell will interview Hayley Marshal MSc (TA Psych) PTSTA.
With the late Martin Jordan, author of Nature and Therapy, UK Registered Psychotherapist Hayley Marshall created the Psychotherapeutic Practice in Outdoor Natural Spaces training for the Centre for Natural Reflection. Following Martin’s untimely death in 2017 she has continued with this training and also co-facilitates a new course on Eco-Transactional Analysis, challenging the TA community to think in ecological terms rather than the usual focus on the human ego. She'll also share her perspective on how ecopsychology and ecotherapy are evolving in Britain.
Hayley Marshall is a supervisor and trainer with over 25 years clinical experience. As director of the Centre for Natural Reflection, she is based in the Peak District in the UK. More recently (2020) in partnership with educationalist Giles Barrow, she has developed a new cross-field ecological approach within Transactional Analysis. Hayley is now one of the UK’s leading experts in ecological outdoor practice. centrefornaturalreflection.co.uk