Advocating Adult Creativity and Play

Birth, Rebirth and Legacy

Re-imagining our individual stories through Kundalini Yoga & Transpersonal Therapeutic Art

Workshops with Kary Stewart and Aya Husni Bey at Steiner House, 35 Park Road, London NW1 6XT. 

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Association of Anthroposophic Therapeutic Arts, AATA.

ArtSpace Journal

I have two articles published in the Association of Anthroposophic Therapeutic Arts AATA ArtSpace Journal.

Edition 5, June 2020, ‘Love in Action’, is based on my work in Laos at ‘Lao Friends Hospital for Children‘, supported by ‘Friends Without A Border‘.

‘The Irrepressible Urge to Thrive’ is my sharing of a process while engaged in a plant study exploration, inspired by Goethean Observation.

My articles have been published in Editions 5 of 8 and 8 of 8:

Love in Action’, Edition 5, June 2020.

The Irrepressible Urge to Thrive’ Edition 8, Spring 2023.

Please go to AATA online Shop to purchase any of the Journals, Editions 1 – 8. You will also find, Volumes I, II, III of Michaela Glöckler’s Lectures on the 12 Senses in Diagnosis and Therapy.

Alliance for Childhood London Forum, February 2020.

After having been closely involved in organising this Alliance for Childhood (AfC) forum a request was made to write an article based on its theme:

‘The Pros and Cons of Technology and Gaming in Childhood, How to regulate usage, avoid risks, and detect symptoms of overuse.’

We had outstanding guest speakers, Olivia Nettleton from Revealing Reality, Dr. Rebecca Lockwood & Dr. Richard Pomfret from The National Centre for Behavioural Addictions, UK National Problem Gambling Clinic, and National Centre for Gaming Disorders opened in November 2019, and George Osborn from UK Interactive Entertainment (UKIE).

Jennifer Pridgeon presented The Screen Harmoniser.

My article was published on pages 3-6 of the AfC Spring Newsletter.

Alliance for Childhood Newsletter April 2020

Alliance for Childhood Newsletter March 2024

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HeartMath for Adolescence article
plus film reviews

Alliance for Childhood published my article on HeartMath for Adolescence in their newsletter for April 2019 (page 2), along with film reviews for ‘Minding the Gap’ and ‘Capernaum’ (page 8).

Alliance for Childhood newsletter April 2019

Lost in the Right Direction:
My Volunteer Experience at Lao Friends Hospital for Children

The below three headings are the same article published on three different forums:

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The Tobias School of Art & Therapy

The Tobias School of Art & Therapy Newsletter where I trained and Qualified as a Transpersonal Art Counsellor MCGI.

Tobias School of Art & Therapy: Winter Newsletter
December 2018

Adult play - pathway to wellbeing with Aya Husni Bey

Friends Without A Border

The Friends Without A Border Newsletter who is the charitable organisation which set up Lao Friends Hospital For Children where I worked in 2018.

Friends Without A Border: Newsletter
August 2018
Note: Article no longer available online


My Mola

The My Mola Blog who focuses on eco and sustainable tourism and I met on a weekend trip with The Elephant Conservation Centre in Laos.

My Mola: Travel blog focused on Eco Tourism.
July 2018
Note: Article no longer available online

Resurgence & Ecologist: Article

Resurgence & Ecologist is a magazine which offers positive perspectives on a range of engaging topics covering ecology, social justice, philosophy, spirituality, sustainable development and the arts.

Published bi-monthly, each beautifully illustrated issue features articles by respected writers, news from the frontline of the environmental movement, ideas on ethical living, book reviews, recipe columns, humour, poetry and arts profiles. Past contributors include Margaret Atwood, Antony Gormley, Vandana Shiva and Polly Higgins and more!

Resurgence & Ecologist is now firmly established as essential reading throughout the environmental movement, and is enjoyed by people from all walks of life including environmentalists, politicians, business leaders, academics, activists, teachers, writers and artists.

I was honoured to met Satish Kumar at a group discussion a year prior to having my article published; we were meeting to share and discuss the climate around the needs of young readers. Conversations with the Resurgence and Ecologist chief editor and I ensued, which lead to the publishing of this article.

Aya Husni Bey with Satish Kumar

July/August 2018

The Riverside Journals

During my time working in a private practice in Harley Street I contacted The Riverside Journals to see if they would be willing to release an advertisement for my practise in their lifestyle magazine. The magazine was available to the local clientele and areas located along the Thames River, and I was drawn to their connection to water. In time they requested to run a business page on the benefits of play for adult clients.


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March/April 2017

BBC Radio Scotland

March 2016.
This is a live radio discussion with psychologist Geoff Beattie for T.V. series Big Brother and Creative Counsellor Aya Husni Bey in discussion with Kaye Adams about the current growing awareness of adult play and its benefits to our well-being and personal development. This interview was requested by BBC Radio Scotland after The Telegraph released an article titled: ‘adult play is a booming branch of the wellness industry’.

The following three events coincided with one another when I took the leap of faith in starting my own business promoting Arts & Play for the well-being of adults and in the context of a counselling environment. After running a workshop for a group of journalists at Gazelli House I was contacted by the Telegraph to run a 1:1 session with journalist Cherrill Hicks; the same article was picked up, and published by The New Zealand Herald.

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March 2016

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March 2016

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March 2016