The heron is one of a about 6 that greeted me in Regent's Park on Friday. A number of crows were nearby. It was lunch break during a seminar on working with children with trauma in war zones and disaster areas. Seems to me the UK is a bit of a disaster area as far as children are concerned. Many symptoms of advanced trauma appear in our young people, including self-harm, anxiety, eating disorders and addiction. This could be picked up at an earlier stage with the right training. What triggers this in the first place? They don't live in a war zone or a natural disaster area. Could they be living in an unnatural disaster area?