An online course on ecosystemic psychotherapy

Nick Totton & Allison Priestman


Starting Sept. 23, 2022

12 fortnightly Friday mornings 

Cost: £700 (maximum concession £450)

An ecosystem is a spontaneously self-regulating network of interdependent beings, all of which form the environment for each member of the network. When we meet as therapist and client, each of us comes as part of many literal and metaphorical ecosystems; we can see the situation as a disturbance somewhere in the client’s networks which leads them to seek interaction with the therapist’s networks, including but not only their professional ones. Many different beings are effectively present at the meeting – human and other-than-human, alive and dead, physical and non-physical; all potentially have a role to play.


Experiencing therapy from this larger perspective is enriching, but it’s not immediately clear how to translate this vision into a new form of practice. We will be exploring some possible ways of working ecosystemically, through presentations, discussion, group processing and exercises in pairs and small groups. To an even greater extent than usual, who the participants are and what they bring will shape the course.


More information to follow – if you think you may want to take part, please save the dates and contact us to express interest.


Dates: 12 fortnightly Friday mornings, 10am-1pm. 

2022: September 23, October 7, October 21, November 4, November 25, December 9. 2023: January 13, January 27, February 10, February 24, March 10, March 24. 


Group size: 12-15 participants


To book and for further info: allisonpriestman@gmail.com