Write to Create©
I will be facilitating a new support group in Brighton for men and women wishing to connect with others who are asking, ‘What now?’ – who are thinking about their future without much-wanted children.
This is a unique opportunity to come and share your thoughts and feelings. Using a combination of peer support and creative exercises, each two hour workshop will help you to gently explore and express the things you may find difficult to share in other areas of your life. The aim of the workshops is to allow you to connect, to support and feel supported and potentially to discover new ways of thinking and being.
You do not need to have any previous experience in writing or creative techniques. The exercises I use are designed to enable you to engage that creative, playful side that can often get subsumed when we face difficult circumstances. The emphasis is on the process rather than the ‘end product’.
The workshops will take place in Brighton Consulting Rooms, located right next to Preston Park Station – easily accessible from all areas of Kent, Sussex, Surrey and London.
Places are limited and must be booked in advance, so please contact me as soon as possible if you are interested.
2017 dates: Saturdays 10:00-12.00
11 February, 18 March, 22 April, 20 May, 8 July
Cost: £30 per workshop or £135 for five
Venue: Brighton Consulting Rooms, 18a Clermont Road, Brighton, BN1 6SG (Right next to Preston Park Station)
To book or for more information:
Contact: Deborah on 07753 228616 or email@example.com
Some comments from previous workshops
“A very safe space in which to create and share. Beautifully led and facilitated. Great variety of exercises”
“More…more…new, inspiring, fun – a great way to spend a Friday…thank you”
“…Liberating, fun, so glad I came…”
“Really helpful day for me…loved the relaxed feel…am leaving feeling very inspired to write”
Deborah is a BICA and BACP registered fertility counsellor and writing facilitator. She has had work published in various anthologies and journals and has been awarded prizes in writing competitions. She runs writing workshops for adults and children and works with people facing the challenge of fertility issues, for those who are recovering from addiction and for people living with dementia.