Deborah Gregory

Deborah is a psychotherapist with a Jungian approach, who has been practicing for over twenty five years and writing poetry since her mid-teens. A nature lover at heart, she enjoys rambling all over the beautiful UK countryside. ‘A Liberated Sheep in a Post Shepherd World’ (2015) andThe Shepherd’s Daughter’ (2020) are her first and second poetry collections. Last year she disappeared down a Jungian rabbit hole, before emerging with her third book, ‘Soror Mystica: Balancing the Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine’ (2023) in hand. All three books are available from Blurb’s bookstore. 

At present she’s writing a new series of poems, “Poetry of the Wheel” which started at Imbolc and will continue through the Cross-Quarter and Quarter Days of Ostara, Beltane, Litha, Lughnasadh, Mabon, Samhain and finally Yule. Hopefully this year-long project following the ancient Celtic calendar will, in time, find its way into a new book.

Lastly, Deborah often posts poems and essays on her blog for a week or so before they’re taken down for future publication, or occasionally left abridged a while longer, allowing poets, dreamers and like-minded readers to follow her poetic and Jungian adventures.