Rejuvenation Workshop for Parents & Carers

We Understand How Ovewhelming It Can Be, Caring For A Child Or Young Person. Join Us For Our Parent Rejuvenation Workshop

At the Wild Mind Project we understand how hard it can be looking after a child or young person with mental ill-health or special educational needs. You are not alone.

Our workshops provide a safe and creative environment to build supportive networks of people like you, that know how necessary it is to take the time to look after yourself. We offer experienced therapeutic support in helping you to cope through mindfulness, reconnecting with nature and art based activities.

These taster workshops include:

  • creative and art therapy-based activities – designed to improve self-awareness, self-esteem and advance coping skills
  • meditation – a natural stress stabiliser that promotes positive thinking
  • mindfulness – provides the tools to step back from intense negative emotions

COST: £36 introductory offer.

DATES:

For parents of children aged up to 12 – Mon 23rd November 2020

For parents of young people aged 13 to 25 – Tues 24th November 2020.

TIME: 7.30pm to 9.30pm

VENUE:  The Fellowship Hall, Lower Ground Floor, Duke Street Church, Quadrant Road, Richmond, TW9 1DH 

Please use the entrance in Quadrant Road.

 

Please phone 020 89779989 or email us if you would like any further information.

All profits made contribute to our ongoing work supporting young people vulnerable to or struggling with mental ill-health.

BOOK YOUR PLACE

Please select the date you would like to attend
23rd November - parents of up to 12 year olds24th November - parents of 13 to 25 year olds

Please indicate the number of attendees.
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HOW TO PAY

To confirm your place, please transfer £36 per person to The Wild Mind Project bank account:

A/c: 658 764 57   SortCode: 08-92-99

PLEASE ENSURE you add your SURNAME to the payment reference.

 Thank you.

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Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.

Thomas Merton