About Terri Broughton
Terri comes from a long line of artists and has recently turned herself into an accomplished painter, with her first solo exhibition at the prestigious Norfolk Painting School from 25th March – 4th April 2020, adding this to a long list of accomplishments, which include a First Class Honours Degree in Ceramics, an art therapist, the headteacher of a large academy, a published writer as well as a mother and grandmother.
This first exhibition, entitled ‘Indivisible’, has the rare distinction of being banned by the first gallery that offered her an exhibition, on the grounds that it was too psychologically disturbing for the venue, the Pensthorpe Nature Park, because it contained images of children wearing gas masks.
Her input into education nationally has had a lasting impact. Terri was the author of the Identity Project, which was the thesis for her Masters degree, an arts-based project originally designed for ‘A’ Level students.
She has developed her coaching career over many years and is both highly successful and highly qualified. Her current clients are from the private sector, education, leadership and individuals who are seeking more clarity in their lives.
Her work focuses on principles which are the source of feelings and experiences, and are the key to raising overall levels of well-being to deliver results that matter. She sees the transformative power of her clients true nature, and supports them to achieve the results they seek.
What sets Terri Broughton apart is her creativity and her empathy, both powerfully honed in the service of her clients.
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P.S. The Story I was referring to in the introduction is called the Snotgobblers and not a book about Gobblins.