Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | December 17, 2013

Mt Haemus 2015

I’m delighted to announce the recipient of the Mt Haemus Award for 2015:

8499972Ian Rees – a psycho-spiritual psychotherapist practising in Glastonbury Somerset UK. He has been a therapist for 20 years and spent 10 before that working in Probation Work and Social Work at all levels from Field Worker, Manager to Education Advisor for Mental Health at national level. He is an experienced trainer and taught at the Karuna Institute in Devon from 1999 to 2009; he designed and ran their MA programmes as well as being central to the teaching team. Since 2009 he has concentrated on developing the Annwn Foundation workshops and the Awen training and presents this material in the UK and Israel.

His paper will focus on the work of Dr Graham Howe, whose selected writings have recently been published as The Druid of Harley Street. The paper is entitled:

Gathering Mistletoe- an approach to and an interpretation of E Graham Howe’s Non-dual Psycho-spiritual Psychotherapy
An analysis and interpretation of the work of psychologist and Druid Graham Howe, showing the centrality of the archetype of the Druid within it, and comparing it to more recent therapeutic work drawing from Preiddeu Annwn and the Mabinogion. Particular attention will be given to explaining and interpreting the concepts and models behind his healing approach, which unites both non-dual spirituality with the direct experience of the body, and placing them within the wider tradition of Druidic philosophy and healing approaches. The intention of the paper will be be to represent his work in such a way that therapists and Druids of whatever occupation can make use of it today.

See the Mt Haemus section of the Order’s website


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