Glenn lives in Cambridge and has a practice based in his home city and London. As a psychotherapist, coach and trainer, his professional life spans five core areas.

Firstly, he has worked with individuals and couples as an integrative psychotherapist for over fifteen years.

Secondly, he supervises therapists, coaches, clergy and various health care professionals.

Glenn is also an executive and leadership coach, and organisational development consultant, working with people in HR, academia and research, the clergy, the City and in political life in the UK and mainland Europe.

He has also been a qualified teacher and trainer for over twenty years. Currently, and for the last five years, Glenn is Lead Tutor for a PG Dip in ‘Integrative Supervision of Individuals and Groups’ in Central London. This year he is leading a Certificate in ‘Couples Work’ in Cambridge. Previous teaching includes leading a PG Certificate in ‘Psychodynamic Counselling’ at University of Cambridge; Principle Tutor on an integrative psychotherapy training in Budapest and co-tutoring on a gestalt couples course with Joseph Zinker.

Finally, Glenn is a doctoral candidate at Metanoia Institute researching into the influence of Friedrich Nietzsche in psychotherapy and personal development and how this can be applied to CPD and the training of therapists.