Geoff Hopping

Geoff is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst, with nearly thirty years experience as a psychotherapist and trainer. This experience includes twenty years of private practice and and eight years working in a high security prison. Since moving to the South Coast, he has maintained clinical supervision practice and has become one of the partners of the Link Centre where he is also a core tutor.

He is an experienced workshop presenter and interested in mythology, archetypes and symbolism. He is also an Interfaith minister with a strong interest in ancient wisdoms and the interplay between science and spirituality.

As a seasoned mental health practitioner, he is committed to ensuring that we deal urgently with the challenges of the 21st century. For psychotherapy this includes working with many new and pressing challenges, as well as embracing and developing anti-oppressive practice. He also believes that peace and happiness are our essential nature, and that our healing involves loving ourselves well enough to be able to love others, with whom we are all ultimately connected – eve though it doesn’t always feel that way.

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