Facilitated by experienced Art therapist Lucy Gibson-Hill
A safe and supportive space, in which they can come together and be creative, explore issues and share thoughts and feelings in both a verbal and non-verbal way. Through the use of art the therapist will facilitate women to express their feelings and address emotional issues which may be confusing and distressing and that are often very difficult to talk about.
Facilitated by experienced psychotherapist and group facilitator Dawn Estefan
Therapeutic group which aims to provide a safe space for black women to come together, explore and dissect the unique experience of being a black woman. Through talking and listening together we can address unhelpful patterns of behavior and thinking, relieve isolation, increase self-esteem and improve self-awareness and the awareness of others.
Facilitated by experienced group analyst Dr Maddy Loat
This group aims to provide a safe and confidential space for women, who have experienced childhood sexual abuse (CSA), to come together and explore the difficult feelings that they may have been left with.
We hope to enable and empower women to break the silence around CSA and to help to reduce feelings of isolation and difficulties relating to CSA through being with others who have a shared experience.
Facilitated by experienced counsellor and group facilitator Cigdem Tas
This group aims to provide a safe and confidential space for women to come together and discuss women’s issues and explore their shared experiences and gain more self- confidence, better coping mechanisms and regain trust in self and others.
The Dance movement psychotherapy group aims to give women a safe and supportive space, in which they can come together and explore issues and share thoughts and feelings in both a verbal and non-verbal way.
It is a creative therapy that uses movement to offer the opportunity to work through your emotional difficulties, develop your strengths, and express yourself. It is based on the principle that movement reflects an individual’s patterns of thinking and feeling.