Who we are...



Gill Emslie, PhD, Dipl. Process Work, is a process orientated facilitator and coach working with conflict facilitation, psychotherapy and leadership. She also teaches internationally in diverse settings ranging from the NGO and social and environmental justice sector, to business and local government, in Europe, Latin America and SE Asia, facilitating in-depth training programmes and working directly with leadership teams.  Gill has also spent several years living and working with indigenous people in remote areas of the Earth and this has awoken in her a particular love for bio-cultural diversity and concern about its current predicament.  When she is not travelling Gill lives in the Findhorn Foundation Ecovillage which is an NGO providing training on issues of global concern related to sustainability, environment, peace, shelter and the creation of a sustainable world. Gill is the founder of the Processwork Institute and training in Spain.





Pat Black Dip. PW, B.Sc., Dip. COT, is a Process Worker and co-founder of Diversity Matters. This organisations works for a more inclusive world where the skills and talents of everyone are sought. She also works across the UK offering consultancy, family and one to one work. A particular interest is in working with issues of justice, trauma and people who have experienced long term institutionalisation or who have multiple labels from the social work or health system. Pat coordinated the work of  RSPOPUK for many years - The Research Society for Process Oriented Psychology in the UK, where she is also a Faculty Member.




Andy has a private practice as a registered UKCP psychotherapist in Edinburgh and also has a variety of other roles. With his partner Pat Black, he founded Diversity Matters, an organisation works for a more inclusive society particularly in education, social care and health systems. 

He loves designing training and learning experiences that have a real world impact and has been instrumental in the design and delivery of the HEC in the Person-centred Approach at Queen Margaret University which has won a string of awards, particularly for changing workplace practice and in life-long learning. Andy is passionate about leadership and provides coaching support for leaders in NGO’s and the Voluntary Sector .

Andy is a faculty member in the schools of Processwork in the UK and in Spain



Kim is a psychotherapist and trainer in Process Work or Process-oriented psychology with over 10 years experience of working with individuals and groups. She has worked with children for 18 years as a teacher and more recently as a therapist. She have a huge interest in the education system and how the emotional and social relationship between the individual and institutions may promote or deter our learning. She works with mental health issues connected with abuse, trauma and the social oppressions which we keep hidden. As a lesbian woman I run groups on LGBT issues and on transgender lives. She also has alopecia, a condition associated with hair loss, and is bald. She is currently working on raising awareness around this condition and the wider area of how appearances impact our lives. She have a keen interest in eco-psychology, in exploring our connection to the Earth and how this can deeply sustain us.


All the above teachers/facilitators are registered with UKCP and Pat, Andy and Gill also Faculty Members with RSPOPUK which is the training body for Process Work in the UK. Gill is the founder of the Institute for Processwork and Deep Democracy in Spain (http://trabajodeprocesos.net/). where Andy is also a central teacher.

Below are students of Processwork who are practicing under supervision in Scotland.



Based in Edinburgh she runs a private therapy practice both in Polish and in English (sessions for individuals and couples, workshops, trainings for groups and organizations), and co-operates with Feniks Support Services Ltd in Edinburgh and other non-government organizations on social and cultural projects. Previously worked as an Inclusion and Diversity Development Worker for Girlguiding Scotland.

Her main psychological interests embrace the areas of adaptation problems and intercultural differences, crisis intervention, trauma, relationship problems, self-esteem, the inner critic, stress & burn-out and discovering & developing one’s life myth.

E-mail: info@processwalk.com

Tel: +44 7900 474 001



Is a phase II student of Processwork, a 5Rhythms Teacher accredited by Gabrielle Roth and a Publisher and co-founder of Handspring Publishing (http://www.handspringpublishing.com), where she works with researchers and prominent teachers in the fields of manual therapy, bodywork and movement. She work from an understanding of the physiology and biomechanics of the body, as well as from a deep personal experience of proprioception and movement. During a session you could work with music, or without, in movement, words, with dreams, altered states, proprioceptive/body sensations, and much more.

You bring a topic or issue you want to explore (be it a relationship issue; trauma; recurring body symptoms), or sometimes you might just move or dance and we unfold what shows up.

For more details and to book a session see the website. http://www.5rhythmsmove2bestill.com/one-to-one.html

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