Claire Henderson Davis
Claire Henderson Davis is a dancer/choreographer, theologian and Gestalt psychotherapist. Her work, in all its forms, explores the nature of human flourishing.
Her performance work brings together artists from different fields, often involving collaboration between professionals and non-professionals. She is particularly interested in how we inhabit our bodies in the everyday, and her work focuses on developing new forms of participation and audience engagement.
As a theologian, Claire is rooted in the Christian tradition while working to articulate a vision of God that redresses the imbalances of Christianity in relation to the divine feminine and sexuality. She is partly funded through her blog, Holy F#@k! : God Talk for Grown-ups. If you would like to read her blog or support Claire’s work, you can do so here.
Claire is also the author of After the Church: Divine Encounter in a Sexual Age (Canterbury Press, 2007), an autobiographical coming to terms with her radical, Roman Catholic upbringing, and a re-imagining of the Christian tradition in contemporary language.
Claire practices as a Gestalt psychotherapist in Chester and Oswestry. You can find her at: http://gpti.org.uk/claire-davis/.