Ian Siddons Heginworth, MPhil. RDth. HCPC Reg.

Founder and Co-Director of the EAT Certificate Course

Ian is a leading pioneer of environmental arts therapy. He runs a private practice as an environmental arts therapist near Exeter, Devon. Ian is the author of “Environmental Arts Therapy and the Tree of Life, the book that inspired the growth of E.A.T. in the UK, and the co-editor of “Environmental Arts Therapy, The Wild Frontiers of the Heart”. He is also employed as a clinical supervisor in environmental arts therapy by Devon Partnership NHS Trust and has led training events for many years throughout the UK, but especially at the London Art Therapy Centre and at Spirit’s Rest Therapeutic Woodland in Devon.

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Ian Siddons Heginworth

 

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William Secretan

William Secretan, FRSA. MA. PGDip. RDth. EATCert.

BADth, HCPC, UKCP, IAGP Reg.

Co-Director of the EAT Certificate Course.

William qualified in as a person-centred wilderness therapist in 2005. Since then he has trained as a dramatherapist, psychodrama psychotherapist and environmental arts therapist. William works for Devon Partnership NHS Trust as principal psychotherapist within the Psychology Department at Torbay Hospital, where he leads on Ecopsychology & Ecotherapy for the Trust and runs a weekly environmental arts therapy group. He also runs a private practice working with individuals and groups, both indoors and outdoors.

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