Anna Harris is a child psychotherapist, who has worked for UK National Health Service clinics for fifteen years, specializing in work with autistic children. A growing discomfort with unequal power relations in the family, school, workplace, institution, or government led her in a more social and spiritual direction. Her recent work focuses on the relationship between the experiences of birth, infancy, mental illness, and societal problems, with the aim of fostering a regenerative, life-affirming consciousness.
Contribution to GTI Roundtable How to Ban the Bomb
Nuclear weapons are a symptom of the wider disease of aggressiveness. The antidote is to become better attuned to our feelings and each other.