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Words, wellness and writing!

Behind our Hidden Face: An Exploration of the Limitations and Liberties of Social Masking - CPD Workshop

Saturday 6 March - 10:00am to 1:30pm 

Behind our Hidden Face: An Exploration of the Limitations and Liberties of Social Masking, a writing for wellbeing workshop.

The current obligation to wear a mask in many communal settings may be changing the way we interact socially.

In this one-day workshop, Andy Devonshire and Lucy Windridge examine personal and critical responses to masks and face coverings in the light of social, political and historical questions.

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Safety in a time of Covid - an introduction to safe group work

Saturday 27 February - 10:00am to 11:30am 

How would you handle a workshop participant who is feeling suicidal? Do you know the law concerning safeguarding? How do you get support for your workshops and your own wellbeing?

Dr. Jeannie Wright and Barbara Bloomfield, both experienced counsellors, supervisors and writers for wellbeing, will take you through what you need to know to create inspiring and above all safe events. 

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Writing Away Your Worries: A Poetry Therapy Workshop

“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”
– Leo F. Buscaglia

Worrying is a destructive habit that can drain all your energy and take the fun out of your day. If not kept in check, worrying can lead to stress, anxiety and physical illness.

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Creative Writing in the Therapeutic Encounter

This experiential Continuing Professional Development day focuses on creative writing and its use within therapy and therapeutic settings.

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