A series of introductory workshop days are being offered for people with an interest in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes.
Hackney’s Core Arts is launching a new Core Sports Unit to provide opportunities for adults who experience mental health issues to participate in inclusive supportive sporting activities. To mark the launch, the organisation is offering places in the Hackney Half Marathon.
The Sidney De Haan Research Centre in Folkestone is hosting a talk by Jane Gosine, Professor of Musicology at Memorial University, Canada about the connections between therapy and music for wellbeing.
Liverpool’s FACT is hosting a series of events as part of the Madlove exhibition – designed to showcase ideas for how secure mental health environments could be improved.
The Margaret Butterworth Care Home Forum is hosting the launch of a new book Dementia, Culture and Ethnicity, as part of its quarterly programme of events exploring issues in dementia care.
This professional development weekend for qualified psychotherapists, supervisors, counsellors and other helping professionals aims to give participants the tools to incorporate a greater awareness and understanding of embodiment and somatic understanding in their supervision practice.
The V&A is hosting a conference to explore the role of interactive and digital art in healthcare environments. It will reflect on the principles of design in health and consider the potential of digital innovations to empower individuals and revolutionize healthcare experiences.
A day-long workshop will explore the use of music and songwriting to enhance emotional wellbeing and develop interpersonal skills in young people.
Goldsmiths University is hosting a Dance Movement Psychotherapy Summer School to offer an opportunity to experience the practice of Dance Movement Psychotherapy.
People Dancing is hosting a two-day professional development opportunity for experienced dance practitioners, musicians and allied arts and health professionals interested in learning more about dance classes for people with Parkinson’s.
An international conference seeking to advance health equality by bringing together creative and bio-medical perspectives to explore issues of food and nutrition is coming to Manchester this summer.
The Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John’s in Canada has issued a call for papers and presentations for a Symposium on Singing and Song.