Bridget Belgrave has been working with individuals and groups in the field of personal development since 1980. She has co-directed an Alexander Technique teacher training course, worked with Effective Intelligence and Psychosynthesis, and since 1996, with Nonviolent Communication. She weaves together the strands of her work, including her university studies in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, to focus on inner growth and social change. Based in Oxford, Bridget works worldwide, and writes. Her novel ‘Zak’, much loved by 7-12 year olds and adults, conveys the values of her work in a funny and heart-warming story.
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