ATE Roundtable Representatives

National representatives of each country will meet for the ATE Roundtable during the bi annual GATE (Gathering Adventure Therapy Europe)
There they will work on consolidating and expanding the ATE-Network and elect the next coordination team democratically.

Ireland

Ireland sent it’s first representatives

to the GATE in 2019.

Ray Burke

ray -at- activeconnections.ie

Tessa Kingston

tessakingston -at- hotmail.com

Germany

Germany had representatives in

Reaching Further, at the GATE 2017

and organised the GATE 2019.

Christiane Thiesen

info -at- christiane-thiesen.de

Christine Mangold

Italy

Italy had representatives in

Reaching Further, at the GATE 2017

and GATE 2019.

Roberta Raimondi

robertaraimondi -at- kamaleonte.org

Sofia Bellelli

The Netherlands

The Netherlands had representatives in

Reaching Further, at the GATE 2017

and GATE 2019.

Wilbert Nolle

wilbert -at- me.com

Per Wijnands

perwijnands -at- gmail.com

Iceland

Iceland had representatives in

Reaching Further, at the GATE 2017

and GATE 2019.

Harpa Ýr Erlendsdóttir

harpayr -at- gmail.com

Guðrún Friðriks

gudrunfridriks -at- gmail.com

Belgium

Belgium had representatives in

Reaching Further, at the GATE 2017

and GATE 2019.

Lynn van Hoof

lynn.van.hoof -at- hotmail.com

Nadia Vossen

Greece

Greece sent it’s first representatives

to the GATE in 2019.

Artemis Blatsi

artemisbl -at- gmail.com

Denmark

Denmark sent it’s first representatives

to the GATE in 2019.

Thomas Kjær

thomas-tk -at- live.dk

Tinna Mariager

tinnajmariager -at- gmail.com

Poland

Poland sent it’s first representatives

to the GATE in 2019.

Marta Gielata

martagielata -at- hotmail.com

Latvia

Latvia

Latvia sent it’s first representatives

to the GATE in 2019.

Lina Leitane

lina.leitane -at- senseofteam.lv

Valdis Vanags

valdis.vanags -at- senseofteam.lv

Spain

Spain

Spain had representatives in

Reaching Further and at the GATE 2019.

They organised the GATE 2017

Max Prieto

maxleeprieto -at- gmail.com

Alexander Rose

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

sent it’s first representatives

to the GATE in 2019.

Stephen Natynczuk