The purpose of my work is to encourage people to live within ecological limits – motivated through an embodied sense of ecological identity. This ‘ecological self’ is conscious that we are each part of the Earth’s wider ecology. We are ecological beings – totally dependant on, and interdependent with, the rest of nature.
When the self is experienced as part of nature, both flourish.
Wild places seem to provide a powerful context for our ecological selves to unfold naturally, so ‘wilderness work’ forms the core of my practice. However, I do spend the majority of my time working in more conventional ways – as a consultant and facilitator.