Donna Savery

Donna Christina Savery is a psychotherapist and group therapist in private practice in Buckinghamshire and Harley Street, London. At Exeter University she carried out research for her MA which involved working with schizophrenic patients, using drama and myth, an experience which sparked a lifelong interest in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Following a career as a theatre director and academic, she retrained in 2010 as an existential therapist, beginning her career at MIND. She is a group work practitioner, having studied at the Institute of Group Analysis, and is currently undergoing training in Daseinsanalysis, an integrated form of psychoanalysis and existentialism. Her clinical work combines different aspects of these trainings and she is never far away from her drama roots in her understanding and approach to working with her patients.

Echoism: The Silenced Response to Narcissism

Echoism: The Silenced Response to Narcissism

by Donna Savery

  • Paperback £29.99

This book introduces the importance of Echoism as both a clinical entity and a theoretical concept. In Ovid's version of the myth of Echo and Narcissus, the character Echo receives equal attention to... (more)

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