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My work is now in psychotherapy, having been a psychiatrist for many years. My influences are Jung, psychoanalysis, existential (after Irvin Yalom), humanistic, cognitive, Zen, Tao, I Ching, and my training in physical medicine is a kind of basic prism for those other things to pass through. I am a member of my local Serene Reflection Meditation Group in Jersey. I have an interest in and had experience in the Therapeutic Community movement in psychiatry in the 80's. I like old buildings, cooking and gardening and free ranging conversation.
Is your primary interest...
Resident community, Volunteering, Attending courses, Holiday/Recuperation, Gardening, Group Retreats
Other information / things you can offer
I work only 2 days/week now and have time to engage in interesting projects, so would like to get to know about what's going on at Eleusis.

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At 23:27 on February 4, 2013, Mirjam Hartkamp said…

Hi Mark,

Nice to have you here!!

hope you are doing well,

warm wishes,


At 19:30 on February 3, 2013, David Brazier said…

That's fine. There will be other opportunities :-)

At 16:16 on January 18, 2013, David Brazier said…

Welcome Mark! ... and, yes, please, we would love to use up some of your free time :-) Very much looking forward to seeing you again.


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