Liz Greenway is an organisational consultant, psychodynamic organisational therapist, integrative psychotherapist, cognitive analytic therapy practitioner, Balint Group Leader and Action Learning Set Facilitator. She has substantial experience across private, public, and voluntary sectors including vulnerable groups, headteachers, civil servants, entrepreneurs, yoga teachers, actors, barristers, accountants, medics and MPs in group relations and the NHS Leadership Academy. She is published in the International Journal of Organisational and Social Dynamics and received, for scholarly excellence, Best Paper Award from the University of Missouri’s Center for the Study of Organizational Change in 2014. She has a chapter in the Psychoanalytic Thinking on the Unhoused Mind (Routledge, 2019), and in A Deeper Cut (Phoenix, 2020). She holds a doctorate in consultation and the organisation at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust for which the subject of her research was the impact on GPs of changes in their working context. She remains particularly interested in enabling environments to facilitate creativity, sustainability, and recovery.