therapeutic voyages of discovery.

In Call of the wild by Cindy Cooper

So many of the experiences you offer us start in my head as a pre-conceived, limited notion or expectation – and end as deeply moving, mysterious, connective and therapeutic voyages of discovery.

everything feels so whole. PERFECT!

In Call of the wild by Cindy Cooper

I can’t thank you enough for setting up and heading this course. My chest is bursting with happiness – literally. Chris, your breadth and depth of knowledge is such a delight to be around – everything feels so whole. PERFECT!

Thank you for everything you bring to the Call to the Wild

In Call of the wild by Cindy Cooper

Thank you for everything you bring to the Call to the Wild programme. I expect you hear this a lot (you should!), but I don’t think it ever hurts to hear it. The quality and standard of your facilitation is outstanding and the team you have brought together are a reflection of the work you do/have done. I’m being constantly …

I found Joanna’s leadership of the camp

In Grow The Grown Ups by Cindy Cooper

I found Joanna’s leadership of the camp to be very gentle and surprisingly effective and insightful. In focused sessions, she seemed to touch lots of us in very different ways and to provide a way in which we could approach different things and move forward with them.

Special time was fabulous

In Grow The Grown Ups by Cindy Cooper

Special time was fabulous, and the focus that it felt was on the children during that time. Each evening, we sat at the campfire. Just before bed every night, Tim came round as part of checking the whole camp. I felt a real sense of being watched over and cared for, from this.

Alistair Mcintosh

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

Here is a pilgrim quest through geography, history and spirituality, Captivating, haunting, and at times disquieting, yet:’…walking into a death landscape.. I knew that I was walking into life.’

Manda Scott

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

With strength in the vunerability, spanning the wide spectrum of what it is to be human on this earth at this time.

Burce Parry

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

Our minds may have become adept at dismissing wisdom but our hearts know what really makes sense, Mac writes to your heart – listen.

Richard Louv

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

A haunting paean to an indigenous culture that has been misrepresented for centuries, and a call for a new dedication to the Earth and all its Children.