“If you are open and willing to grow, I’m confident I can help you.”
Robina Scott, the PRH England educator, first became aware of PRH in 1990 while living in Spain. By following its method and making good use of its resources, she has quite simply changed her life and is now living a far more fulfilling life with clarity, focus and purpose.
What a retired psychology teacher has said about her:
…….you surpassed yourself, Robina, with the facilitation. You can pick everyone up from exactly where they are and move them forward. Very special. – CM
What Robina says about herself:
My passion is human beings and their ability to grow personally and spiritually. I feel very blessed that I’ve found a method and a vision that makes sense of my life and opens me up to ever more fulfilment, purpose and energy.
I love accompanying others – wherever they’re starting from – to use the means and attitudes that PRH recommends for fool-proof and consistent growth towards happiness, harmony and Meaning.
In contrast to where I am now, I started this journey from a very dark place, and it hasn’t always been easy. I feel the way I’ve had to deal with my own tough experiences helps me to help others better. I apply the method and tools for myself on a daily basis and my professional training is ongoing and rigorous.
PRH training is the perfect outlet for me as it combines three important skill areas in my life – educating, therapy and people. It is where I can be most facilitative and creative for others.
Professional qualifications include:
PRH Licensed educator since 2003
Post-graduate Certificate in Education (Nottingham University, UK)
Post-graduate diploma in counselling studes (University of East Anglia, UK)
Training in bereavement counselling and supervision (Cruse Bereavement Care)
Member of Organising Committee and Contributor International Conference ‘The Spiritual Dimension in Therapy and Experiential Exploration’ University of East Anglia 2004
Member of Organising Committee and Contributor WAPCEPC International Conference University of East Anglia 2008
Author of chapter “PRH: Towards a deeper experience of who I am.” Spirituality and Counselling: Experiential and Theoretical Perspectives, Moore and Purton, PCCS books 2006
Top of the list of joybringers for Robina:
Elena and Maya
the sacredness of siestas
silence and space to be
witnessing people’s breakthroughs to more
personal chemistry with others
chorizo and gazpacho
and most importantly – her ability to be open to and appreciate Life.