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Margot Elizabeth Grey

Margot Elizabeth Grey, Indian psychologist, researcher. Fellow World Association for Social Psychiatry; member British Association for Social Psychiatry, Association Humanistic Psychology Practitioners, International Association for Near-Death Studies (United Kingdom founder, chairperson since 1982), Adlerian Society Great Britain.

Background

  • Grey, Margot Elizabeth was born on October 9, 1925 in Calcutta, India. Daughter of Thomas and Marguerite Anna (Sawyer) Stephen.

  • Education

    • Diploma in Adlerian counselling, 1982, social psychiatry and clinical psychotherapy, 1984. Master of Arts in Humanistic Psychology, Antioch University-London, 1983. Administrative secretary, training program British Association for Social Psychiatry, London, 1980-1982.

      Consultant, organizer, death, dying and bereavement counselling course Institute for Near-Death Studies, London, since 1985.

    Works

    • Author: Return from Death: An Exploration of the Near-Death Experience, 1985.

    Membership

    Fellow World Association for Social Psychiatry. Member British Association for Social Psychiatry, Association Humanistic Psychology Practitioners, International Association for Near-Death Studies (United Kingdom founder, chairperson since 1982), Adlerian Society Great Britain.

    Personality

    Interests

    Interior decorating; gardening. Cooking; travel.

    Connections

    • Married John Speare Southey, April 21, 1942 (divorced). 1 child, Miranda.
    • father: Thomas Stephen
    • mother: Marguerite Anna (Sawyer) Stephen
    • spouse: John Speare Southey
    • child: Miranda Grey
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    Born October 9, 1925
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