About Us

LUCY JAMESON was born in London in 1976. 

From 2015 to 2018, she attended Vivian Broughton's IoPT Advanced Training, London on which she was an apprentice (senior student) for two years.
She runs monthly group workshops using the Intention Method and offers individual sessions via Skype and in person. She participates in a regular peer supervision group with Vivian Broughton.  She is a manager of The Centre for Healthy Autonomy in London and a tutor on the Introductory Course.
In October 2018 Lucy presented a workshop: Eating Disorders and Trauma at the 4th International IoPT Conference "My Body, My Trauma, My I" in Munich, Germany. Lucy co-presented Motherhood and Identity Development at the same conference in 2016.
Every year she attends an additional training module in Munich, led by Franz Ruppert.
       She lives with her partner and two young children in West Sussex (UK) and is fully insured.

MARIA GREEN completed the IoPT International Training using the Intention Method, in Denmark 2013 and continues her professional development as an apprentice on Vivian Broughton's IoPT Advanced Training, London 2015 - 2018, and participates in a monthly peer group with Vivian Broughton. Maria presented a breakout session: Motherhood and Identity Development at Franz Ruppert's 3rd International Trauma Conference in Munich, 2016. 

Maria co-runs IoPT group workshops using the Intention Method and is a facilitator on the 2018 Introductory Training at the Centre for Healthy Autonomy, London.  Maria also offers individual Skype sessions.

       She lives with her husband and 2 children in West Sussex. UK.



"Lucy and Maria's approach to this work is both gentle and incredibly insightful.  The way they work demonstrates a deep respect for their clients and what we bring as our intention for our selves.  They are adept at creating and holding a safe space, which is so very important when working with trauma in a group setting.  The results are profound, and in my experience, positively life changing."   -- Kate


"Working with this process is both challenging and enlightening and can push you out of your comfort zone.  Maria and Lucy lead you through this process with great compassion born out of their own experiences as participants and working with Identity Therapy.  Things I like about this therapy are that you are never required to share or do anything you don't want to and rather than attempting to teach you behaviours or techniques to cope better with life, the goal is to address the underlying issues to have a better life."   -- Nicola 


"Maria and Lucy bring to this work deep professional and personal experience.
The clarity and integrity they demonstrate created a safe and sensitive environment for me to take another step towards myself."  -- Limor