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The aim of this afternoon session is to discuss the issues surrounding wellbeing for the sector in Scotland, learn from the practice of others, share experiences and unwind.

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This is the fifth of FST's bi-annual wellbeing check in events. The aim of this afternoon session is to discuss the issues surrounding wellbeing for the sector in Scotland, learn from the practice of others, share experiences and unwind.

Emma Jayne Park will facilitate an afternoon of safe-space discussion, this will be an opportunity for you to share experiences and explore your own practice and approach to wellbeing within a safe and confidential environment.

Who is the course aimed at?

Useful for anyone who works in the sector and is keen to help themselves and their colleagues adopt better wellbeing practices in the work place.

*Please note: This event is for FST Members only*

Trainer Information (short bio):

Emma Jayne Park is a dancer, theatre maker and arts activist, working under the creative handle Cultured Mongrel. Her practice invites the audience to question their own norms and role in society thorough the socio-political performance she creates. 'High octane... energetic, witty and playful' (The Skinny), she plays an active role in challenging outdated infrastructures and invests in the development of a strong arts ecology driven by rigourous practice. Emma is Associate Artist with The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.

This session is free, for members only, booking via the eventbrite link below is essential

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