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New – Journaling course

07
Apr

New – Journaling course

Have you ever felt that your head is just too full? Or you have too many ideas and too many thoughts and can’t make sense of it all. Do you wish there was a way to walk through these feelings? Journaling helps these thoughts and feelings to flow onto the page and creates time for you to stop and be present

We are offering our families the opportunity to take part in a 4-week journaling course (1 hour per week, via zoom), funded by Peeps.

Here’s a word from Jen, our Journaling Coach:

“I am a special needs mum with a degree in Fashion and have previously worked as a menswear designer. I also run a successful international styling business and interior design business. My daughter has a life limiting condition which affects our day-to-day life. I have overcome my own mental health issues and am passionate about showing others the methods that continue to help me, with the hope that they inspire others”

If you are interested in the course, please complete the short form: https://forms.gle/xEM1iZD7wuzxQQJP7

Places are limited to 8 people for this course, so please let us know as soon as you can if it’s of interest. The sessions will take place on a weekday evening, time to be confirmed (a Doodle poll will be share with those who register to see when is best).

Any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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