Let this poem be a hand upon your shoulder – poetry therapy

02087 983 035 02087 983 035 / 07961 016 334 07961 016 334
Ongoing, 11.00am - 12.30pm
Open to all
£13.52
Online

In times of crisis and uncertainty, poetry can bring comfort and healing.

'Let this poem be a hand upon your shoulder', consists of a series of workshops that can help you explore feelings, and build your resilience as you connect with others in these challenging times.

The theme for the workshops was inspired by a poem written by Deborah Cooper.

We will use carefully selected poems as a springboard for writing, reflection and conversation.

The workshops are for anyone who wants additional resources, in these unsettling times. It is for those who enjoy creativity, journaling, writing for personal or professional development.

No prior knowledge of poetry or expressive writing is required; you simply need to share, reflect and experiment with words in a supportive environment.

Bookings can be made via Eventbrite. Simply click on the dates below to book your place.

The following dates are available:

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Hosted by Charmaine Pollard

Charmaine Pollard is a counsellor, poetry therapist FE tutor based in London. She regularly facilitates workshops along a variety of personal and professional development themes using expressive arts. She is passionate about how creativity allows us to express more than what we can say with words. She is author of Writing for Resilience.

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Hosted by Charmaine Pollard

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