Tom Cotton

Programme Director and Group Process Facilitator

Tom is a UKCP registered Existential-Analytic psychotherapist in private practice in Belsize Park and Harley St, London. Before working in private practice, Tom was Clinical Lead of a residential treatment programme in London. He gained his psychotherapy MSc and PsychD degrees at Roehampton University (2008 and 2016), and is an Associate Member of The North West London Psychotherapy Centre and Therapy Harley Street. Alongside his psychotherapy practice, Tom works as an organisational consultant and executive coach (Tavistock Consulting Executive Coaching programme, 2016), and is co-founder of Narrative Dynamics, a leadership consultancy that has a special interest in ethics. Before training as a psychotherapist and executive coach, Tom worked in the film industry for fifteen years in various roles, including scenic artist, screenwriter and director.

Andy Iwaniec

Group Process Facilitator

Andy is an organisation development consultant, executive coach and facilitator with more than 25 years-experience across a range of industries. He has designed and delivered large-scale organisation change and leadership development programmes, ranging from firm-wide culture change to bespoke management development for leaders, with clients including Merrill Lynch, Lloyds TSB and the Cabinet Office. Previously, Andy was the Global Organisation Effectiveness Director at Unilever, and held various in-house consultant roles with PWC, BT and the Heathrow T5 construction programme. He holds a BSc (Hons) in Social Science and a PG Dip. in Personnel Management, and attended the 2010 Ashridge Business School coaching programme. He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and an accredited Hogan psychometrics practitioner. 

Erik Rehl

Programme Host and Outdoor Activity Leader

Erik has created award winning production designs for film, television and theatre, with over fifteen years’ experience building unique environments in challenging locations, from the mountains of Chile to the deserts of Jordan. Steiner school educated, and then trained as a young actor at the People’s Light and Theatre Company, USA (1986), Erik went on to study theatre at the Moscow Arts Theatre, Russia (1992) and complete a BA in Theatre studies at Swarthmore College, USA (1994). He then earned his MA in Scenography (Distinction) at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (1996). As co-founder and director of the immersive theatre group Cinemorphe in Paris, Erik pushes the boundaries of experiential theatre with part performance, part installation and part social gathering.