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Natalie is a qualified teacher, and holds a PhD in Creative Writing, specialising in multimodal poetry and the dramatic monologue form. She has accreditation in poetry therapy from the International Federation of Biblio/Poetry Therapy as a Certified Applied Poetry Facilitator. In early 2016, Natalie established Pen Power™ - Writing for Wellbeing, which offers a range of community-focused workshops. She has worked with diverse community groups, including those living with dementia, vulnerable women, children excluded from mainstream education and adults with special educational needs. She currently works as Lecturer in Creative Writing at Arts University Bournemouth. Her latest book Rare Birds – Voices of Holloway Prison was published by Valley Press in March 2020, and awarded funding from the Arts Council of England for a theatrical adaptation which was showcased in London's West End. Natalie is also published by Indigo Dreams, Bradshaw Books and Mudfog, and has poems featured in over 30 national and international literary journals.

Natalie Scott


Location of Practice:
North East, South West, Stockton-on-Tees and Bournemouth

Qualifications:
Certified Applied Poetry Facilitator (CAPF) credentials awarded by the International Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy (2020) PhD by Existing Works in Creative Writing (2015) PGCE (post-compulsory ed. 2007) MA in Creative Writing (2001)

Skills & Interests:
CAPF awarded facilitator and published poet from the north east of England, currently working at Arts University Bournemouth.

Contact Details:
pen-power (at) outlook (dot) com

Website & Social Media:
www.penpower.org.uk www.nataliescott.co.uk @NatalieAnnScott