Archive | mental health

Writing Begets Writing Launch Event

You’re warmly invited to the launch of Writing Begets Writing on 6.30pm Wednesday 4 May 2016 In the Deloitte Room, Mac, Cannon Hill Park B12 9QH Readings of competition winners’ pieces along with the original writing which inspired them. Light Refreshments The Hearth Centre proudly presents our latest publication Writing Begets Writing A collection of […]

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Hearth goes to Melbourne – Introduction to Reading and Creative Writing for Wellbeing

This free public lecture is of interest to anyone who enjoys reading and works with, or alongside, individuals and groups to promote their wellbeing in formal and informal contexts. This includes carers and people who have struggled with mental ill health themselves; health and social care professionals; occupational therapists, social workers and psychologists. Monday 18 […]

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Heath goes to Melbourne – Introduction to Reading and Creative Writing for Wellbeing

A two day course conducted over four half day sessions. The course is aimed at people who want to use reading and creative writing as an intervention to promote wellbeing and develop professional empathy. Day One provides a background and introduction to the Reading for Wellbeing/Creative Writing method which is being widely used with individuals […]

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Revolving Door – dress rehearsal tickets

Revolving Door, Hearth’s play about young male suicide. We are holding an open dress rehearsal in the Lecture Hall at the Uffculme training centre  3.00-5.15 pm on Feb 10th 2016. Tickets are free but please book here to avoid disappointment as places are limited. To book follow this link to the shop! Uffculme Centre, Queensbridge Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8QY

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Don’t Leave Me Now

See Hearth’s Artistic Director tread the boards again at Mac! This time in an exciting new play about Dementia. New End Theatre Beyond in association with Stage Productions Ltd presents DON’T LEAVE ME NOW by Brian Daniels Two rehearsed play readings, directed by Jeni Draper Cast: Brian Daniels, Shenagh Govan, Karen Spicer, Annie Swale, Polly Wright On Wednesday 1 July […]

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