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Margot Elizabeth Grey

psychologist , researcher

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.

Interests

  • Other 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