We are delighted to invite you join us at our online international consultation for research funded by the TS Eliot Foundation!
Our aspiration is to co-create a new creative practice framework with a diverse group of professionals including words for wellbeing practitioners, health professionals, psychologists, teachers, counsellors, social workers, and educators across all levels.
We believe as the words for wellbeing world is growing, more and more people need support in delivering effective and safe practices.
The framework will help us generate a practical resource for effective, safe and ethical practices across different settings. Therefore, the consultation is an opportunity to:
Shape and influence the future of words for wellbeing practices Expand your awareness of effective, safe and ethical practices from across fields Learn about emerging expectations and standards across fields and settings Learn and feel part of a longer term consultation processes
How it will work:
- You will opt-in to join us at one of the online consultation dates stated below.
- We will email you a single document with 20 statements (synthesised from reviewing 100 relevant international standards).
- We will then invite you to make comments on each statement and email them back to us before we connect virtually.
- We will then hold a 1 hour virtual call to collectively discuss and develop the framework.
Previously, this consultation was delivered as a workshop our events. If you were unable to make these events, or are an international member, this is your opportunity to get involved with the Lapidus research project!
Richard Axtell is the Lapidus International Coordinator and a children's writer. He's written multiple stories for the reading app Atlas Mission to help first-time readers. His first book will be published soon, once he has figured out a title for it. You can find out what he is up to on his website: richardaxtell.co.uk