£25 – £30

Mental wellbeing through Art

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The Book Club

100-106 Leonard Street

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EC2A 4RH

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Ever thought about how visual art can affect your pscyhological wellbeing? Ever wondered how you can engage in an alternative form of self - care?

Then this event if for you...

Mind Canvas presents a workshop exploring wellbeing through visual art.

Art can convey a million messages and has been an age old way of expressing feelings. Find out about wellbeing and how art can nourish it.

The workshop Includes ......

1. A talk delivered by Sheri Bateren a Cognitive Behavioural psychotherapist on aspects of wellbeing
2. A professional visual artist being interviewed; they will discuss how their art form has helped their wellbeing
3. An art workshop delivered by Diana Chaccour an experienced art therapist. This will allow you to experience the magic of art yourself. Find out how art can be part of your self care regime.
4. A goody bag worth £30
5. A years free subscription to monthly wellbeing emails

The Experts:

Sheri Bateren
Sheri is a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and a member of the British Association of Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapists (BABCP). She has 7 years experience of working in mental health settings within the NHS. She has experience working with a range of mental health difficulties such as Depression and Anxiety.

Diana Chaccour
Diana is an Art Psychotherapist and a member of British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT). She has experience working clinically with children, adolescents and adults with a wide range of mental health difficulties. She has worked in a variety of settings including: inpatient and outpatient clinics, children and adolescent mental health (CAMHS), primary and secondary schools, women’s aids, community events and museums and galleries.​

Jayoon Choi
Jayoon Choi is a London based artist who was recently featured in the Guardian and Women Cinemakers Magazine. Her practices challenge the boundary between traditional drawing method and experimental moving image to approach the audience in multifaceted ways. She turns various psychological states into a form of experience, and questions what forms a self.

Visit the website for more details

www.mindcanvas.co.uk

We always set aside a few tickets for those who may be currently unemployed or who can’t afford it. PLEASE DO get in touch with us to see if we can help you attend.


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