About me: Adam Bambury

After gaining a foundation certificate in integrative counselling (Minster Centre) my original training took place over 5 years and was in relational body psychotherapy (Integrative Mind-Body Therapy Training) and psychotherapeutic deep bodywork (Entelia Institute). 

Since then my practice has continued to evolve and grow over the years, and I am in regular one-to-one supervision (Nick Totton). 

I'm a fully accredited member of the European Association for Body Psychotherapy and have trained to its membership standards. I've also contributed articles to its journal. I'm a member of the Body Psychotherapy Network, and am on its steering group.

I have long experience of working with meditation and practices from wisdom traditions, including a two-year advanced training in shamanic and spiritual work (Mary Shutan). 

This and my therapy background has informed a strand of my work helping people better integrate experiences with expanded states of consciousness into their lives. I'm supported in this by being a member of the Institute of Psychedelic Therapy.

I'd characterise my approach to these areas as being grounded, sensitive and open-minded. It's something I can, but don't have to, work with in sessions - and only if it feels right for the client.

I have a BSc degree in Human Sciences (University of Nottingham) that focused on psychology and philosophy. 

Before becoming a therapist I worked in digital and print communications in music, broadcasting and the charity sector.