Meet your Regional Committee and Board of Trustees

Your Regional AGM will be held sometime this Spring at a venue near you. This is a great opportunity to meet local fellow Healers and hardworking members of your committee.

The Board of Trustees are travelling about the country, visiting each AGM, and we really look forward to seeing you all then.

AGMs are a celebration of the Region's work, and often include refreshments and a spiritual event, talk or workshop. The meeting includes voting for your local committee, so remember to bring your paid-up membership cards!

Matthew Manning - New Patron!

We have a new Patron - Matthew Manning!

Matthew, who joins our two existing Patrons, The Duchess of Rutland and Dr Rosy Daniel, is the most famous living Healer in the UK, and is well known for his involvement in scientific research into Healing, for the Healing Circles he holds round the country, for his workshops, for his books and for his famous clients!

Matthew says,

New Development Group in South Manchester!

A new development group is starting in Withington, south Manchester, 7-9pm on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, from 14th January 2015.

It is being set up by two students, Rose Snow and Janet Davis-Pickford, who have had a lot of experience in group work before becoming Healers. They say "The group will provide an environment where those drawn to spiritual or energy Healing can find interest, support and encouragement in their development and work as Healers, in the context of ethical practice according to the Healing Trust code of conduct."

Healer Needed!

Sandy Edwards says -
I have been a volunteer Healer working alongside a Senior Consultant in a Gastroenterology Department of an NHS Hospital these past seven years. But I have recently moved away from the area and the consultant would like me to find a replacement.

Annual Report & Account 2013

The Report, which was presented at the national AGM on Saturday 18th October 2014, is available to Members in the Members Area.

Tutor Training Interviews

Are you interested in becoming a Tutor for NFSH The Healing Trust?

The Board of Trustees are delighted to announce that the next panel for preliminary interviews for those wishing to train as tutors for NFSH The Healing Trust will be on:

Saturday 8 November 2014.

The panel will be held at Central Office, 21 York Road, Northampton NN1 5QG. Interview Panel members are Senior Tutor Members of NFSH The Healing Trust plus a Board Trustee. Interviews are arranged when we have received at least four applications.

New trustee - Annie Britt

The Board welcomes the latest person to join the Board, Anne Britt, who has been co-opted.

Annie has worked as a teacher in primary schools and teaching adults and she says "It was these experiences that made the job of tutor an easy transition." She is currently a tutor in Region 2 running a variety of training as well as the main courses for new students. She was also a Council Representative for Region 2 before becoming a trustee.

David Defty - new Trustee

The Board welcomes David to the Board as a new co-opted Trustee. David says "My background is in Financial Management with a number of International Blue Chip companies culminating with the position of Finance Director of Sears Plc.

Katrina Brook 1953 - 2014

Katrina Brook died peacefully at the Hospice of St Francis, Berkhamsted on 9th May, aged 61. A gifted healer and tutor, she was for some years a dedicated Trustee of NFSH The Healing Trust.

Katrina first encountered healing in 1993 when her GP, Jean Galbraith, gave her healing at an appointment: her illness was instantly and permanently cured. The two of them worked together on many projects in the UK and abroad including much work with the homeless. The spiritual significance of the practice of forgiveness became a theme central to Katrina’s work, life and teaching.

Jean Galbraith 1938 – 2014

Jean Galbraith died peacefully at home on Wednesday 19th March. A former Trustee of the Charity (2004-10) and Chair of Region 5, she led a full and interesting life. From her marriage in 1959 onwards she lived in St Albans, where she was a doctor in General Practice for thirty-one years, and also in Infectious Diseases at St Albans hospital for seventeen years. In this time, she founded or chaired many organisations to support her community, and volunteered to help the homeless both as a healer and in other ways.