What I offer

Groupwork for adults:
day workshops, weekend and week-long residential retreats and courses currently in creative and reflective writing, in poetry, the novel, Zen and poetry, in writing for in psychospirituality, for therapy and personal growth, in exploration of ecosoul work (‘Horse Medicine’, or ‘Tongues in Trees’, for instance), and in the service of deep ecology. They take place on Exmoor and Dartmoor, in Cornwall, the Hebrides, Brittany and France.

Click here for the calendar for 2017.

One-to-one mentoring, tutoring, coaching and consultancy in creative, reflective, and therapeutic writing, ecowriting, creativity and personal development through poetry, myth, archetype and story, and your own creative project; also individual ecopsychology, walking and talking therapeutic coaching, and mindfulness sessions. We co-design the content according to what you are looking for. These can all take place via email or face-to-face. Click here

Online courses STORYMAKING: writing the novel; and ELEMENTS OF POETRY: click here; to be followed by my intensive Wild Ways eco-soul course; Wellkeepers; and an Introduction to Poetry.

Then there’s The Poetry Lab: from time to time I work with very small selected groups online, workshopping the individuals’ poetry.

Workshops for schools (& INSET days for teachers) drawing together creative writing, environmental awareness and emotional intelligence, often wholly or partly outdoors (I’ve been offering all my groupwork, adult and student, for 26 years).

I also write a blog (not just on writing), and would be delighted if you signed up to receive that: http://roselle-angwin.blogspot.co.uk

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