Ceri Buckmaster is a group facilitator, mediator and writer. She works in Sustainability and Community building with organisations, museums, galleries, schools, community groups and individuals. Her work facilitates clear and transparent interpersonal communication, greater understanding of trauma and the walking towards and holding of conflicts with presence and opening for transformation.
She supports people from across the spectrum of relationship / sexuality orientation and preferences to create more robust relationships based on transparency, openness, and mutual care. She also works to create more space for the expression of grief and loss. All her work promotes self-care, care for the other, and care for ‘us’ and our environment.
In 2015, she trained in Repairing Childhood Pain and Trauma with Sarah Peyton and Susan Skye (Munich, Germany). In 2013, she participated in the Leadership programme in Nonviolent Communication, San Francisco, California. She has trained in the Diploma in Group facilitation and conflict resolution at the NAOS Institute, London.