About me

I'm 47.  I started training as a psychotherapist in 2005, at the Karuna Institute in Devon, which is an organisational member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy.   I graduated with an MA in psychotherapy from Middlesex University in 2013.  I have been seeing clients for five years, and have completed placements at both the Assertive Outreach Team of the Cornwall Partnership Trust, and the Margaret Jackson Centre in Exeter.

 

I originally decided to train as a psychotherapist because I was especially interested in the relationship between nature, landscape and mental wellbeing.  As well as working in private practice, I run a project at the University of Exeter's campuses in Penryn and Truro that seeks to increase the number of 'nature prescriptions' provided by GPs to patients with long-term conditions; effectively providing a 'dose of nature'.  You can find out more about this at www.adoseofnature.net.

 

In the past I have worked in environmental policy, climate and public health research, community engagement, and as an economic development consultant.

     Dr Dan Bloomfield BSc, MA, MSc, PhD

 

 

Psychotherapy in Cornwall, counselling in Truro