Zelda Hall, MSc
Zelda Hall is a psychotherapist in private practice. She was born in Northern Ireland and has lived in the Netherlands since the 1980s. Zelda has been working with groups and individuals for over thirty years. A main influence in her approach is the work of Arnold Mindell (Process Oriented Psychology) and she was chair of the Association for Process Oriented Psychology in the Netherlands for seven years. She also has a background in Body Oriented Therapy.
Zelda gained her MSc. in Consciousness, Spirituality and Transpersonal Psychology with the Alef Trust. Her dissertation was on the significance of childhood dreams for psychospiritual development. Her work on dreams and body symptoms has been published in both Dutch and in English.
Zelda has lectured and led workshops in the UK, the Netherlands, Ireland, the US and New Zealand. She is a tutor in therapist training programmes in the Netherlands.
Her interests lie in the exploration of the role of the body and of physical symptoms in spirituality. She is passionate about the emergence and integration of the Deep Feminine and the implications that this has for our planet.
Apart from all this she loves painting, singing and the sound of the sea … as well as laughter and deep and wide ranging conversations!