Roger Duncan MSC, UKCP
Roger Duncan, M.Sc., UKCP is a registered Systemic Family Therapist, Systemic supervisor, and author.
He originally studied biology and later trained as a Waldorf teacher, and Wilderness rites of passage guide with The School of Lost Borders before becoming a Systemic Family Therapist. He was one of the pioneer tutors of the Ruskin Mill Education Trust where he was involved in the development of innovative therapeutic education programs for adolescents with complex and challenging behaviour in the woodlands and wilderness settings and had a leadership role in senior management.
His first book ‘Nature in Mind, systemic thinking and imagination in ecopsychology and mental health’ was published by Routledge in 2018.
He was the founder and director of the 2022 Confer Diploma ‘Eco-psychotherapy and the Emerging Adolescent Mind- A Systemic Integration of our Relationship with Nature into Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Practice’ and the 2018 Confer Eco Psychotherapy webinar ‘Reclaiming our Indigenous Relationship with Nature. An introduction to the Systemic Integration of Nature into Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Practice’
He currently works with adolescents within the Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAMHS) within the NHS in the UK and in private practice. Roger has been involved in exploring nature-based practice and Eco Psychotherapy for more than 30 years and writes and lectures internationally on Eco Systemic approaches to nature and mental health.