Stephanie Mines PhD

Stephanie is a neuroscientist, psychologist and author of five books on the treatment of trauma and shock. Stephanie first went to Findhorn in 2011 when she was a keynote speaker at the Conscious Medicine Conference. She has returned every year since and has  a strong love for the community and the place. Stephanie lives in Portland, Oregon and is married to environmental attorney Robert E. Yuhnke, co-author of the US Clean Air Act.


Graham Meltzer PhD


Graham has lived at Findhorn for 11 years. He’s been a photographer, architect and academic. His doctorate focused on the link between social cohesion and effective environmentalism. He now works in the Conference Office and as Asset Development Manager for the FF. Graham also teaches eco-architecture and sustainability theory for the Findhorn College. He was motivated to support this event for the benefit of his 2 children and 4 grand-children.

Hanna Morjanhanna2

Hanna is a long-standing staff member of the FF. The seventies and eighties saw her as a political, environmental and social activist in Berlin. Hanna’s passion is to integrate celebration, ritual and spirituality through art, music and dance, with a deep commitment to live a sustainable life through restoring the Earth. Hanna co-organised and coordinated the Restore the Earth conference in 2002.

Britta Schmitz PhDbritta2

Britta has an academic background in education, science, media, psychology and sociology. She has been part of the FF for the past eight years and currently co-focalises Cullerne Garden. She passionately believes the subject of this event is of critical importance and value for the planet and for human kind… “My dream is to have fresh air, clear water and fertile soil for every living being on this planet and I imagine this conference could be a milestone towards realising this vision.”