Flourishing Lives Reflective Practice Groups
Announcing new dates for our London-wide reflective practice groups for arts, health & wellbeing professionals.
We’re delighted to announce new dates for our London-wide reflective practice groups for arts, health and well-being professionals. From discussions with you we realise how strong the need for support is – and we want to support you,
So, we’ve got 5 groups that meet every two months across London (North, North-West, East, South-East and South-West). These groups offer support and a space to explore and learn with other practitioners working in arts, health and wellbeing settings.
Maybe you work in a day centre, an arts organisation, a clinical setting, outreach initiative or in freelance community arts – everyone is welcome. We recognise how complex your roles can be and we feel that a non-judgmental place outside of work can be a really useful place to unravel your thoughts and reflections on the challenges you face and your successes.
They are groups of up to 8 practitioners and are led by trained facilitators and counsellors. The sessions run for two hours and cost £15 per person.
The groups will meet every two months over the next year. The dates of the next two sessions for each group are listed below, with more dates to be confirmed soon:
We'd like to thank our partners at Ben Uri Gallery & Museum (North), Open Age and Octavia Support (North West), Stratford Circus Arts Centre (East), London Bubble Theatre Company (South East) and First Floor Space Gallery (South West) who are regularly hosting the sessions at their venues and making them viable.
£15 per session
Please contact email@example.com with any questions – we’d be happy to have a chat. We want to run these groups in a way that suits you and we value your feedback, so if there’s something stopping you from attending, such as the location, time or cost, please let us know.
24-27 White Lion St,
London N1 9PD
+44 (0)20 7837 3402
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Flourishing Lives is kindly supported by Esmée Fairbairn, the City Bridge Trust and the Mercers' Company.