Diana is the founder of our sister charity Teens and Toddlers UK, a charity founded in 2001 to address the social exclusion of young people and, in doing so, reduce the number of young people not in employment, education or training (NEET), as well as reducing teen pregnancies.
As well as being founder of Teens and Toddlers, Diana is Trustee and Co-chair of the Psychosynthesis Trust, having practised psychosynthesis for 35 years. She is an accredited member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists and a British Association of Counselling and therapy Accredited Supervisor. She is also the author of two books, Psychosynthesis Counselling in Action and Psychosynthesis in Education: A Guide to the Joy of Learning.
Diana is also a member of the trustee board of the Findhorn Foundation.
Diana says: “As a student of Roberto Assagioli in the period just preceding his death, I was moved by his mission to put the soul back into psychology, which led to my taking over the Psychosynthesis Trust. The Trust was revitalised in honour of Assagioli’s vision that for we human beings to truly flourish and experience fulfilment from life, psychology needed to include the soul – the place in each of us where we find meaning and purpose and a deeper sense of well being. I have been delighted to see the Trust flourish and grow to be a respected professional training programme.”