Following a 30-year corporate career in export involving travelling around the world to many countries, Robin transformed his life in order to follow a calling for offering healing at the emotional and psychological levels.
He studied and trained in Psychosynthesis at the ReVision Centre in London for over three years – a profound form of Counselling that goes to the sources of mental health issues that people may be experiencing. This was followed by a two-year training
He has been running a private practice for 20 years, based in Taunton and Bridgwater, Somerset UK. His practice website is www.ear4you.org
Robin has made it his life's focus to bring forward the benefits of supporting mental health by natural means.
Jenny Littman MBE MA Oxon
As director of a national charity, the Family Holiday Association, Jenny undertook pioneering work in the field of ‘therapeutic holidays’ for families and children. She was awarded an MBE for her work in 2001. Jenny then trained in Colour Light Therapy, a system of healing which works like acupuncture but using a torch with different colours. She has since trained in a number of vibrational and intentional healing modalities. She set up the Wishing Tree Trust charity with social work expert Vera Waters helping children and families improve their mental and physical health by spending time in nature with a trained team of therapists.
With Robin, she runs detox retreats which work at many levels to improve general health and wellbeing. As Resource Retreats they have helped many people transform their lives through improved self-care including good nutrition, counselling support and the power of positive intention and self-belief. The power of micronutrients combined with work on the psyche is a shared passion.
Dr Maya Roberts M.B.B.S., M.R.C.Psych., Dip.Clin.Hyp.
Dr Maya Roberts brings her psychiatric knowledge and experience as an independent consultant in clinical and research matters in the field of mental health. After medical training at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London, she worked for three decades in the National Health Service, becoming a Consultant in General Adult Psychiatry, with full clinical responsibility in both community and ward-based roles. Throughout her career, she cultivated a broad interest in many aspects of integrative medicine and achieved Distinction in the postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy at University College, London.
After retiring from medical practice, she trained as a mindfulness teacher with Bangor University and taught over thirty courses of their Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction programme, bringing long-term experience of personal meditation into her teaching. She has subsequently initiated and authored a College Position Statement (2018) on supporting mental health of psychiatrists, in a role as Lead for Social Sustainability at the Royal College of Psychiatrists.