Sat, 29 Feb | Whitstable, CT5

A Sense of Home and Connection

Attachment to home can affect the way we think, our behaviour, our sense of self, our selfcare and physical health, emotional well-being and illness in ageng.
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A Sense of Home and Connection

Time & Location

29 Feb 2020, 10:00 – 16:00
Whitstable, CT5, 10 Oxford St, Whitstable CT5 1DD, UK

About The Event

Join Iron Mill College for this one day CPD workshop in Whitstable. 

Attachment to home can affect the way we think, our behaviour, our sense of self, our selfcare and physical health, emotional well-being and illness in aging.  

Changes, voluntary or involuntary, can disrupt this attachment. But some of us grow up without it, so how does that affect our development and how we learn to interact with the world and people around us?

This CPD will look at: 

  • The meaning of Home
  • What difference a settled upbringing makes to our sense of self and identity
  • What impact can this have on our physical and mental health
  • Cultural aspects of home and disconnection
  • How we can overcome an upbringing full of impermanence, fear and rootlessness

Lecturer

Terry Gore is General Manager for Catching Lives, an independent charity aimed at supporting the rough sleepers, homeless and vulnerably housed in Canterbury and East Kent; those who have, for many reasons, fallen through the gaps in society and feel they have nowhere else to turn. He came to his work with a personal background of rough sleeping and addiction.  

Terry is now a BACP registered Counsellor specialising in work with young people and a trainer in a variety of disciplines. 

Cost

Full Standard Fee - £75.00 

For more detailed information and booking head over to the Iron Mill College website 

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