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February Peer Support Calendar

February Peer Support Calendar

Welcome to the February Peer Support Calendar!

We have a wide range of activities and groups on offer for our members. Highlights include a visit to the Cartoon Museum, Kew Gardens, Creative Writing Workshop and the launch of our new monthly Creative Peer Support Group.

We’re also pleased to offer a Living Well Workshop. ‘The Tree of the Life’ aims to allow people to reflect on their own own abilities, acknowledge hopes and talk about their experiences in a safe and empowering space. Using a narrative therapy approach, the sessions will be helpful for people who want to find new ways to share their story with others.

All our groups are underpinned by the Five Ways to Wellbeing: Active, Connect, Give, Learn and Notice.

Download the February Peer Support calendar here.

New Members

Are you new to Peer Support and looking for company this winter? Join a friendly Peer Support group and connect with like-minded individuals in an enriching and positive wellbeing environment.

If you are just starting to find your feet in the service, we understanding that joining new people at our groups can feel daunting. To help joining be less stressful and reduce your worries, we can offer you a one-to-one introductory meeting on a Monday Afternoon at the Community Hub at St. Peter’s Church, Kensington Park Road, W11 2PN.

Afterwards, you will also have the opportunity to experience our weekly hub. This Monday group is a place for laughter, music, companionship, light snacks and a warming cuppa. If having a slot with a Peer Support coordinator could help you to try out our service, please email us at [email protected].

We hope you enjoy our February Peer Support Calendar. To attend a Peer Support group or book a one-to-one introductory meeting you must be registered with Peer Support. To refer yourself please complete this quick online form or call 020 3317 4200.

Find out more about Peer Support.

Author: Michelle Jackson
Posted on: 29th January 2020

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