Sharing clearly is not caring

I'm delighted to announce that none, that's right, NONE of the UK's large mental health organisations are willing to help me spread the word about my FREE Bird Therapy teaching pack. Add to that, the ever present issues I've had with environmental and conservation 'peeps' and organisations; so I'm hugely thankful to the 37 people … Continue reading Sharing clearly is not caring

Making some (climate) changes

Becoming a parent changes your perspective on most things and one that has been profound for me is the way I feel about the impacts of climate change. I'm not going to lie, up until a year or so ago, I hadn't read up enough about it to fully understand its significance and therefore, whilst … Continue reading Making some (climate) changes

My Bird Therapy teaching pack is now available – please share

Some time ago, I agreed to work with an external organisation to develop and produce a Bird Therapy teaching resource. I had been working on it for a while and was struggling to find the time and the level of polish I felt it deserved; both of which, the organisation was set to assist me … Continue reading My Bird Therapy teaching pack is now available – please share

Twenty books: sharing a story

I approached the publisher of Bird Therapy, Unbound, a few weeks ago to ask if I could have some copies of my book to send out to organisations working and supporting with mental health. Chris from Team4Nature tweeted out for me to ask for nominations and we got over 60 in the end. I sat … Continue reading Twenty books: sharing a story

The vicious cycle of the vanity metric

I've been reading more and more about social media and it's impact on wellbeing. The more I read, the more I recognise traits and behaviours in myself and in others that are unhealthy (to say the least) and the more my desire grows to investigate and share my reading with you. This week, the topic … Continue reading The vicious cycle of the vanity metric