About this Event
The benefits of centering mental wellbeing in our lives is huge. Not only in terms of our personal experience but also in terms of our environment.
Creative wellness is the practice of using creative arts – like painting, music or dance – to promote psychological, physical and emotional good health. By connecting with these activities we are able to find ways to express the everyday stresses or worries that so many of us face.
This workshop provides an opportunity to engage in creative activities, whilst giving you the chance to join in wellbeing conversations in an informal way.
- To provide a reflective space for you to connect with others in your community and acknowledge unifying life experiences.
- You will engage in creative activities that will actively support your wellbeing and decompression.
- It will offer a space for you to realise the value of finding patterns of attending to your mind and body.
Kit offers a safe and compassionate space for you to bring all of your complexities, challenges and successes, working with you to find your own resolutions and healing. She is a trauma -informed, culturally sensitive counsellor, integrating a range of strategies into her gentle Person-Centred approach. She has worked in occupational health for a number of years and supported people with vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and burn-out, issues of identity and race, work-related stress, anxiety, depression and trauma. Her approach is to consider you holistically and she works respectfully with different faith and cultural backgrounds, having a deep understanding of difference, cross-cultural issues and integration. Kit spent 20 years in youth and community work, has run a national fringe festival and loves working with humans and dogs. As a counsellor she has over 10 years experience of supporting people with brief and open-ended therapy, supervision and reflective practice.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Feel Good Club, 26-28 Hilton Street, Manchester, United Kingdom