Emma Palmer

Emma Palmer is a BACP-accredited counsellor, relational body psychotherapist, facilitator, supervisor and ecopsychologist, and a Buddhist since 1995. She was previously a steering group member of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility (PCSR) and editor of its Transformations journal. She has worked extensively as an educator, including teaching postgraduate international development studies at Bristol University, working with NGOs in Africa, offering ecopsychology public talks and workshops and leading retreats. She has published several books under her former name, Kamalamani, on topics including meditation, childlessness and somatic psychotherapy.

Books by Emma Palmer

#MeToo - counsellors and psychotherapists speak about sexual violence and abuse

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In 2017 the global #MeToo movement burst through the conspiracy of silence around women’s experience of sexual abuse and violence. Since then, other groups have found the courage to declare that they too have experienced sexual abuse and are unafraid and unashamed to let it be known. Now this ground-breaking book provides a space where counsellors and psychotherapists –…