Steve Thorp

Steve Thorp: coach, counsellor & writer

Coaching and development for soulful, ecological living

We live in challenging times. The crisis of climate change, and other challenges, can sometimes overwhelm us. Whatever the future holds, however, we can all decide how we live our lives right now. Steve’s soul-making coaching and training work is about helping ecologically minded people to live with the problems we all face with authenticity, creativity, grace and courage.

Meeting the challenges

As someone who cares deeply about the world,  its ecological balance and the future of human and non-human life, then you may sometimes feel a sense of fear and hopelessness for the future. And yet, it is likely to be those of us who care most who can make the biggest difference. To do this, we will need new ways of thinking about our world and our lives. To explore more connected ways of seeing, and developing practices that help sustain us when things get tough. 

Conversations for change

As a leader, an entrepreneur, an artist, an activist or someone working to support others, you are in the business of making change; but how can you do this with integrity and complexity, whilst dealing with the day-to-day human issues we all have to face?  Good, deep, developmental conversations can help – conversations that explore different ways in which we can do our work and live our lives. That’s what integral coaching and counselling is about. 

Steve offers:

Integral Psychotherapy
Soul-Making Coaching
Soul meditations & soul making workshops.

Steve’s website is: His blog is on Medium at:

Contact him at or call 07949553029.


Steve leading a group workshop at the Forest of Imagination in Bath, 2016.


Steve speaking at the launch of Unpsychology Magazine’s Childhood edition in the summer of 2016.

Some of Steve’s books published by Raw Mixture Publishing.

Some of Steve’s books published by Raw Mixture Publishing.


Thanks for yesterday.  Just for the record – wow – my hips have been immediately liberated by the new moves.  Thanks.  I’m telling you now as I will have adapted by the next time I see you!