Lizzie Davies

Lizzie Davies is an original - a visionary artist, leader and change-agent and a cult survivor trained in spiritual healing. (The Healing Trust, formerly The National Federation of Spiritual Healers).

She fought for justice in The High Court by bringing a rare legal case for undue influence against a UK charity and has appeared in two television documentaries about her cult experience "Trapped in a Cult" Channel 5, 2015 and "Inside Out West" 2011.

Lizzie is the originator of the Candala (an illuminated art form), a writer, performance poet and peace activist. In 2014 she trained at The Met. Film school and wrote a feature film script based on her story. She is author of "Poet of the Caribbean" by Mama Lizzie, written in St. Vincent, where a television documentary was made about her time on the island.

An experienced communicator and event organser, Lizzie’s career has been shaped by four key projects:

  • The Candala Project
  • Co-founder and former CEO of The Global Circle of Peace promoting peace education through creativity.
  • Founder/Director of Time for Peace - a community arts project, a recipient of the 1999 Gordon Wilson peace award given by The Week of Prayer for World Peace
  • Founder/Hon. Director of FORDEAH – (Foundation Offering Relief of Disability through Education Arts and Healing) - a London based charity
  • Radio: various promotional interviews in the UK and St.Vincent including Philip Hodson (LBC) and Chris Serle and Susan Osman (Radio Bristol). Press: Bath Chronicle, Gloucestershire Echo, the Hampstead and Highgate Express and The Scotsman

    Trained in Bath as a Health Creation Mentor and in London at The Adam Darius School of Mime, Lizzie is passionate about the arts and currently lives in Bath.