Writing for Wellbeing

Workshop Leader : Jo Eastop

Writing seems beneficial when you are trying to make sense of an event you don’t yet understand (Pennebaker & Evans, 2014)

Online dating in later age!
Are you dating online at the moment or planning it? This taster writing for wellbeing workshop will enable you to explore feelings around this sometimes challenging but courageous endeavour! We’ll explore our hopes, fears and wants, including a light-hearted look at what we might want to include in a profile.

The workshop will allow you to explore your feelings using short, gentle writing activities, with sharing and discussion in a mutually supportive atmosphere. It will involve writing for no longer 2-6 minutes, after which we will share our thoughts about what we have written, though no pressure to do this if you prefer not to. No writing experience is necessary, no need to worry about spelling or grammar or the quality or length of your writing, anything is fine!

❑ Jo has an MSc in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes. She has been facilitating writing for wellbeing groups since 2019, on subjects including life transitions, the impact of the pandemic and retirement

When and where
🕝Tuesday 14 May 2024, 2.30-4.30 p.m.
Workshop leader’s home in Crouch End, N8

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