I wore my jeans and green Ralph Lauren jacket, while Anne wore jeans and a gorgeous grey leather jacket and carried a tan leather handbag.
My green leather bag was crammed full of my notebook, kindle and snacks for the journey.
A blue sky greeted me in Guernsey, and the cool breeze was refreshing. I met Anne at The Old Government House Hotel, a cosy homely hotel with spectacular views.
Looking around, I tried to imagine how the building may have been used by the Germans, during World War Two.
Qualifications: Graduate Diploma in CBT, Anglia Ruskin University (2009) Graduate Certificate in Systemic Practice (2008) BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy, University of East Anglia (2001) MA (The Novel) University of East Anglia (1990) BA English Literature, University of East Anglia (1984)Employment 2009-present Established independent practice as Cognitive Behavioural Record: Therapist - Norwich 2001–present Occupational Therapist (provision of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 2005-present) Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust 2009-2012 Cognitive Behavioural Therapist - Diabetes and Gastroenterology Team Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital 1984-1996 Educational Administrator / Manager 1996-1998 Paston College, North Walsham 1990-1996 University of East Anglia 1986-1988 University of Loughborough 1984-1986 University of Staffordshire I have a wide range of experience in mental health, having worked with clients across the age range, children and adolescents, adults and older persons.
I specialise in the treatment of children and young people and have a particular interest in depression, anxiety disorders and eating disorders. Throughout my career I have been involved in training within the various multi-disciplinary teams in which I have worked.
The second event was the forced deportation of Jews from Guernsey – and Jersey – by the Germans to concentration camps during WWII.Cliff walks had played a large part in her childhood and youth.Her parents considered them an integral part of the weekends and school holidays.I was searching for your reviews on the plane and found the following: “To sum up, this is a wonderful novel, with tons of pace where pace is needed, and a setting so lovingly described, it is almost a character in the book.I am happy to recommend this story, in fact, all of them, to anybody who enjoys a well-plotted mystery populated with convincing and always credible characters.” A ‘Wishing Shelf’ Book Review Anne: “I just finished the book–could hardly put it down!