Rainstorm over the Sea by John Constable c.1824-8

Rainstorm over the Sea by John Constable c.1824-8
Constable is in Brighton, on the beach, and there’s some serious rain going on. He paints with huge, quick brush strokes to capture the energy of the storm. A ray of sunshine breaks through the clouds to the left of the canvas, telling us the there is a glimmer of hope; the storm will soon be passing.

An art psychotherapy group for people with stress, anxiety, depression, social isolation and other enduring mental health difficulties. The group provides a safe space to share experiences, fears and hopes and to explore meaning through making images. You do not have to be ‘good at art’ to attend.

The group meets every week except for Christmas, Easter and Summer breaks. Potential group members may self-refer or be referred by a health professional. If you intend to self-fund, we will still require a referral letter from your GP. (Please be aware that unfortunately not all GP’s are in a position to fund ongoing art psychotherapy and the funding application process can take a while).

Maximum size of group: 8 participants

Facilitators:
Hephzibah Kaplan
(art therapist) & Kate Hardwicke (psychotherapist)

Group Details

Wednesdays:  12:15 – 2:15pm

Cost: includes all art materials and refreshments   £40 self-funding;   £45 funded
Discounts are available for pre-paid block bookings: 6 sessions – £35 per session (self-funded)

If you are interested in attending, you are invited to an initial assessment meeting with the facilitators.
Please call Hephzibah on 0203-490 7899 or 07946-603715 to arrange a suitable time.

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