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This website is about James and Sharon Kilty and some of our work, experience and ideas.

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Sharon has been developing work based on her experience of arthritis and her desire to enable others with arthritis to have a voice about their experience and learning.

Beekeeping is a major activity for James and he provides honey and candles to local people and contributes to the development of beekeeping in Cornwall.

Honey-Mountain is the trading name of James' Beekeeping enterprise selling local honey, beeswax candles, queens and small colonies of bees (nuclei). These pages are now on their own web site.

Beeswax candles are available for purchase on a small scale or wholesale, via mail order or local collection and delivery. These pages are now on their own website.

The Institute for Holistic Education is the umbrella for James' educational consultancy, supervision and training work and publications. These pages are now on their own website.

Interpersonal Skills Training in Higher Education is the subject of a book in the process of development as an open source web site. It is envisaged as a co-operative project in which many authors contribute materials and try out and develop the content and activities of the book. I have moved these pages to the IHE web site.

Co-counselling is a potent peer support process for personal development. James was involved in co-counselling between 1975 and 2003 and made some significant contributions to the development of co-counselling in the UK and elsewhere.

An archive and summary history of The Human Potential Research Project, which was the pinnacle of James' employment career at the University of Surrey between 1975 and 1987 when he took early retirement, having created an extensive personal, interpersonal and facilitator development programme together with associated publications plus a small number of modest staff development programmes in a variety of organisations.

A mini-resource: Introduction to GNU/Linux.


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