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Writing Away Your Worries: A Poetry Therapy Workshop

“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”
– Leo F. Buscaglia

Worrying is a destructive habit that can drain all your energy and take the fun out of your day. If not kept in check, worrying can lead to stress, anxiety and physical illness.

  • Do you worry about the past, present or the future?
  • Do you worry about what others think?
  • Does your worrying affect your relationships?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of the questions, and you want to make a change, then this workshop is for you.

Let’s explore together and discover new ways to conquer the worry habit, using poetry, conversation, creative and self-reflective writing activities. We will develop a plan to cultivate self-confidence and live a more satisfying and successful life starting from today.

Who is this workshop for?

This experiential workshop is for anyone who wants to worry less, who enjoys journaling, writing for personal development or professional development, or who is interested in using therapeutic writing in their work.

No prior knowledge of poetry or expressive writing is required, just a willingness to share, reflect and experiment with words in a supportive environment.

Please bring a notebook and something to write with.

CPD certificates provided for those attending the workshop for continuing professional development (CPD) purposes.

Date: April 14th 2018

Time: 12pm - 5pm

Price: £59 – £69

Location: Poetry Cafe, London

Buy your tickets here.

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