Reflective Practice support for artists working in mental health contexts

We are delighted to announce that The Baring Foundation has awarded¬†Flourishing Lives funding to¬†conduct a six month research project into Reflective Practice support for artists working in mental health contexts. Flourishing Lives has developed a strong track record over the last three years of providing practitioner care and reflective practice support for artists and arts …

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Flourishing Lives Launches as Independent Charity

We are delighted to announce that Flourishing Lives has officially been established as an independent Charitable Incorporated Organisation. After five fantastic years operating as a project under the governance of the Claremont Project in Islington, Flourishing Lives is now an independent charity (registered charity no. 1195193). We are immensely grateful to the Claremont Project’s CEO, Lucien-Paul Stanfield, …

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The Global Play Brigade Presents ‘Creating Community: Playmates for Life’

The Global Play Brigade presents Creating Community: Playmates for Life An international intergenerational workshop We all age, but we don’t necessarily age in community. And no matter what age we are, we often get labelled and make assumptions about each other (spoiled kid, unruly teen, single mother, the marrying kind, divorced, alone, old, losing it, …

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How Not What – relational practice in older people’s arts & wellbeing services

Age Action Alliance and Flourishing Lives invite you to our free online workshop providing practical support for services for older people. This workshop will focus on developing relational practice in older people’s arts & wellbeing services. How does it feel when someone really listens to you? How Not What is about people we work with …

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