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> Reflective Group for professionals working with distressed clients, 3rd Sept

The group will provide a space for professionals who have contact with people who are in distress or suffering hardship to debrief and explore the emotional impact of their work. Professionals include, but are not limited to; doctors, social workers, teachers, lawyers, humanitarian workers, human rights activists, NGO staff and those in similar fields.

Working with people who have experienced hardship and abuse can take its toll on your own emotional health. The reflective group is a supportive forum to help maintain your well-being and provide an outlet for the emotional content generated by your work, helping to prevent a build up of tension which can feel overwhelming. The group aims to support you in supporting others and help keep you resilient.


The group will be held outdoors in the beautiful gardens of Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses, Herne Hill, London (SE24) and will meet on Wednesdays over 5 weeks from 3rd September to 1st October, between 6.45pm to 8.00pm. Places are limited to 9 and cost £100 (equivalent to £20 a session).


The group will be facilitated by Beth Collier, a nature based psychotherapist who uses London's parks and woodlands as therapeutic spaces. She has worked in the human rights field for 14 years, for the last 6 years she has run a research consultancy working in partnership with UNHCR.


To book or for an informal chat about whether the group is suitable for you contact Beth: beth@centreforemotionalhealth.com/07906 832 952.

For further information please visit www.centreforemotionalhealth.com or www.wildinthecity.org.uk. Click here to download a flyer.

Posted in Latest News on 10/08/2014

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