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I believe that we all have a unique story to tell and that writing has the potential to weave powerful collective tapestries within communities. I have led workshops with people from all walks of life and in a variety of settings, including education, healthcare and public libraries. I have helped to produce two community anthologies, hosted poetry nights and have performed my own poetry in prestigious venues across the UK; my poetry has also been published online and in-print. My research focused on remembering passed loved ones as a family group years postloss, with a major result being enhanced family relationships and the proposal of ‘creative memory-writing’ as a subset of CWTP.

Georgina Jeronymides-Norie

Location of Practice:
London, South East

- Metanoia Institute, 2017 – 2022, MSc Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes, Distinction - Minster Centre, 2014 – 2015, Certificate in Introduction to Counselling Skills - The University of Nottingham, 2010 – 2013, BA Creative and Professional Writing, First Class

Skills & Interests:
I am a writing for wellbeing workshop facilitator, poet and performer with over 10 years’ experience of holding spaces within mental health, education and community settings. I have an MSc in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes (CWTP) with a research focus on family bereavement and using writing as a way of continuing bonds with loved ones who have passed and to help enhance family relationships.

Contact Details:
gjnorie [at] gmail [dot] com