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Gaye is a systemic constellations facilitator, trainer and registered British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) integrative humanistic counsellor. She has worked in the community and the private sector.


She has been a student and practitioner of the systemic constellation approach since 1994, training extensively in both family and organisational constellations in the UK and abroad. She has worked with Bert Hellinger and trained with Hunter Beaumont amongst many other internationally renowned practitioners. Gaye is a member of the International Systemic Constellations Association (ISCA), and as a Director and Faculty Member of the Centre for Systemic Constellations (originally founded in 2001 as The Hellinger Institute of Britain), she is also one of the teachers on both the Foundation and Professional Training in Systemic Constellation Work in the UK.


Gaye is a facilitator at the Foundation for Integrated Energy Healing, she is also a student of the Diamond Heart Approach with the Ridhwan School, a graduate of the Hoffman Quadrinity Process, and has also trained in the use of the Enneagram. She often works with Dawn Eagle Woman, an eminent shamanic practitioner and healer from the USA.


Based in the South West of England, she travels both nationally and internationally facilitating her workshops and teaching. She has recently been working in Lebanon with the organisation Healing the Wounds of History - addressing the roots of violence - bringing new approaches to conflict resolution in the Middle East.


Her early career was spent in the organic food and farming sector. Gaye was Director of Public Affairs for the Soil Association, leaving the organisation in 1993 to set up and run a successful and multi award-winning trading business in Somerset. Whilst working as a consultant for a number of organisations such as The Sustainable Food Trust, she also ran, for 18 years, an organic mixed farm with a traditional beef suckler herd, pigs, sheep and a fluctuating number of Indian Runner ducks. In 2003 Gaye was awarded the prestigious Heart in Business Award in recognition of her work in organic sector development and her personal contribution in establishing the first international standards for organic health and body care products.


Gaye is mother to 5 grown-up children, and has recently become a delighted grandmother.