Support Group – new dates!

I thought I’d let you know about the new dates for “Write to Create” – the creative support group for people wishing to explore their thoughts and feelings about involuntary childlessness in a supportive and creative space.

No prior experience with writing or other creative pursuits is required.

The group is for anyone of any age who is childless through any circumstance.

Here are a couple of comments from previous participants:

The workshops were a safe, warm and friendly place in which we could talk and explore how writing can help to make sense of what we have been through, where we are now and ideas for moving forward. Having struggled to talk about my childlessness with anybody until now, I am so grateful to have had this opportunity, and for the caring and compassionate way the group was run.  

I found the sessions a very positive experience. Deborah creates a safe and supportive space where you can acknowledge and express difficult feelings in a way that often isn’t possible. The sessions develop in an organic way, with a really good balance of discussion and creativity, and the flexible topics and texts that Deborah provides can inspire some very revealing and satisfying writing. 

Feel free to contact me on 07753 228616 or deborahgsloan@btinternet.com if you have any questions.

Location:     Brighton Consulting Rooms, 18a Clermont Road, Brighton, BN1 6SG (right next to Preston Park Station – accessible from many parts of London, Sussex, Surrey and Kent)

Dates:    Saturdays – 7 Oct 2017, 25 Nov 2017, 13 Jan 2018, 10 Feb 2018, 10 Mar 2018, 14 Apr 2018

Time:    10am-12pm

Cost:      £20 per session (includes refreshments)

 


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