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Bronwen Rees

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Website: http://bronwenrees.co.uk

Private Practice(s)

Jade Pathway Centre, Stapleford, near Cambridge - Cambrideshire, London ( one hour on train)

The Jade Pathway Centre

 

Dr Bronwen Rees practises from both Cambridge and Wixoe, Suffolk. She has been practising for nine years. She specialises in trauma, gender issues, and addiction. She believes that much of today's mental health problems are as much social and sometimes ancestral. She is particularly interested in the cross-over between new science discoveries and spiritual training, and that this offers a new way forward for individuals in their lives, and has given many talks and published around this subject. her webpages

She is also the founder of the East West Sanctuary in Budapest, Hungary, where she regularly runs retreats, workshops and seminars. She has led retreats in Hungary, UK and Thailand.

She was formerly Director of the Centre for Transformational Management Practice  at Anglia Ruskin University developing methods for introducing contemplative practice and ethics  into organisations, and led a team of researchers in this area. 

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Thatched Cottage, Wixoe, Suffolk border, near Haverhill - Suffolk

Bronwen's home practice lies on the border of Suffolk, Cambridge and Essex. It is 45 minutes from Cambridge, 30 minutes from Newmarket, 50 minutes from Chelmsford and 30 minutes from Saffron Walden or Bury.  It is about an hour from East London. Clients often enjoy the travel, as it is usually on smaller roads through the Suffolk countryside. They also enjoy the charm of a 400-year old cottage!

Dr Bronwen Rees practises from both Cambridge and Wixoe, Suffolk. She has been practising for seven years. She specialises in trauma, gender and addiction. She believes that much of today's mental health problems are as much social and sometimes ancestral. She is particularly interested in the cross-over between new science discoveries and spiritual training, and that this offers a new way forward for individuals in their lives, and is developing work around this. 

She is also the founder of the East West Sanctuary in Budapest, Hungary, where she regularly runs retreats, workshops and seminars. She has led retreats in Hungary, UK and Thailand.

She is Director of the Centre for Transformational Management Practice  at Anglia Ruskin University where she is developing methods for introducing contemplative practice and ethics  into organisations, and leads a team of researchers in this area. 

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