We believe something special happens when people encounter the beauty of nature and traditional crafts and we are passionate about creating ways for others to experience this for themselves.
Dr William Beharrell is a doctor specialising in psychiatry in the NHS. He is a founding member of HM King Charles III’s charity Turquoise Mountain and has worked on community development projects around the world.
In its first five years in Afghanistan, he helped Turquoise Mountain to run a programme to preserve traditional crafts, along with social and economic regeneration. This also included setting up a primary health centre and primary school.
He has subsequently undertaken projects in Romania and Jordan with a focus on community development, heritage crafts, conservation and health. He has degrees in medicine from Cambridge and Arabic with Persian from Durham and has worked in Central Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
Meet the trustees behind the Fathom Trust
Psychiatrist & Author
Artist, Sociologist, Economist, Conservationist
Experienced Finance Director, Chief of Operations and Non-Profit Country Director
Meet the team of makers behind the Fathom Trust
Occupational Therapist with special interest in animal-assisted therapy
Traditional wood turner
Novelist & cultural historian
Woven Textile Artist
Movement and meditation teacher, trainee psychotherapist, ethnographer,
Lavender Farmer & Distiller
Printmaker and Craft tutor
Meet the team of ambassadors behind the Fathom Trust
Operations Director, Heritage Crafts Association
Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Medical Director The Anna Freud National Centre for Children & Families
NHS medical psychotherapist and an honorary clinical research fellow at the Imperial Centre for Psychedelic Research with an interest in working therapeutically with groups and the broader social and cultural contexts in which we live.
NHS consultant psychiatrist and trainer in psychotherapy. Currently working with the Climate Psychology Alliance
GP Partner in Llandovery and committed to helping patients by promoting holistic care, and Brecon Mountain Rescue Team Leader
GP, Clinical lead for Green Health Wales, RCGP lead for Climate and Sustainability, co-founder of Greener Practice Wales
Visiting Professor of Psychology, University of Lincoln
GP, Lecturer in Culinary Medicine, Co-Founder The Listening Space
Director of Improvement & Innovation, Cardiff & Vale NHS
Chief medical scientist at Microsoft
Psychotherapist & Writer
GP, Chair, College of Medicine & Co-Chair National Social Prescribing Network
GP, President of Royal College of General Practitioners & Chair of Doctors in Distress
Chair, Life Sciences Hub Wales
Clinical psychologist & storyteller
NHS chartered psychologist including trauma counselling lead & ecopsychology. Tania is taking a lead role in developing services to address traumatic stress across Wales