Information about Nigel Mills

Hi, I am Nigel Mills. I developed this website so that people receiving EMDR therapy could have easy and free access to a means of cultivating their inner psychological resources.

The website is also intended to help new therapists become familiar with some of the resource building strategies of EMDR.

I currently work part time in the NHS as a Clinical Psychologist and I also offer some independent EMDR supervision and therapy. You can enquire about my current availability on the form provided on the Supervision & Therapy page.

In terms of my own background, I have benefitted from working for over 40 years with clients from a broad range of settings including the UK National Health Service; The Police; The Prison Service; The British Army; Cardiff University and Independent Practice. I have been an EMDR Consultant Supervisor since 2010 and have been contracted to be an external EMDR Consultant Supervisor for a range of organisations including: Cardiff Traumatic Stress Service; All Wales Veteran Service; Cardiff and Vale University Health Board; Cwm Taff Morgannwg University Health Board; Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and Powys Teaching Health Board.

My ‘style’ of EMDR is influenced by my background in Mindfulness; Compassion-Focussed Therapy and  Somatic Body-Based approaches.

If you have an enquiry about supervision or therapy please use the form on the Supervision and Therapy page.

Information about Emma Burleigh: The Artist

Emma is passionate about the vibrant, glowing and unpredictable qualities of watercolour. She’s interested in everyday life, the inner life and the layers of life in between. She’s currently working on a series of paintings exploring ‘the light within’, as well as painting and writing her ‘autobiofictional’ graphic novel. She’s based in Bristol and Devon, and loves to spend time by the River Dart. Emma completed an MA in “Authorial Illustration” at Falmouth with Distinction in 2013 and graduated with a First Class BA in Fine Art and English from Exeter in 1999. You can find original paintings and inquire about commissions or art classes via her website.