Stillpoint Spaces London Anniversary 2019
15-03-2019 - 16-03-2019
Stillpoint Spaces London
23 Clerkenwell Close
London, EC1R 0AA
Join us for our second anniversary event at Stillpoint Spaces London!
On Friday 15th March Philippa Perry will be tackling the psychological subject of Why Are Other People So Awful?, followed by an informal Q&A session with the audience. We often think other people, or we think we ourselves, are awful. It’s as if someone has to be, and we might be convinced about it. Why is this, and do we want to do anything about it?
This will be a ticketed evening event from 7pm-9pm (see below).
On Saturday 16th March we will be holding a free open house for all, from 2pm-6pm. This will include a set of short talks on psychology-focused subjects, chance to chat to active members of the Stillpoint Spaces London community, and the second iteration of our innovative public invitation to speed date psychotherapists*. Full schedule TBA.
*SPEED DATING THERAPISTS: short meetings with a selection of the Stillpoint Spaces London talking therapists, to find out how they work and if they might be suited for yourself or a loved one. These aren’t mini therapy sessions, but they are a chance to meet therapists, at no cost, in a less formal environment than usual. Participating therapists include:
RAF GOOVAERTS | TAMARA ABOOD | FLANDINA RIGAMONTI | SIMON VEARNALS |
HELEN CORDERY | OLIVIER DROILLARD plus more to be confirmed
With short talks by psychotherapists MARIELLE ALBERS, SISSY LYKOU, and JULIE-ANNE EDWARDS, with a fourth speaker TBA.
PHILIPPA PERRY After volunteering with the Samaritans, Philippa trained as a psychotherapist. She worked in the mental health field for several years before writing her graphic novel, Couch Fiction, published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2010. Her new book, The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read (and Your Children Will Be Glad That You Did) will be published in March 2019 by Penguin. As well as continuing her psychotherapy work with an organisation called Talk for Health, Philippa is also an agony aunt for Red Magazine and contributes to The Guardian newspaper.
MARIELLE ALBERS is an Integrative Psychotherapist and Art Psychotherapist based in private practice in Battersea and Clapham. She has worked at various mental health charities and two NHS Trusts in London, providing individual and group art psychotherapy.
JULIE-ANNE EDWARDS is a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and counsellor working with clients in London and the Cotswolds. She is currently studying for an MSt in Psychodynamic Practice at the University of Oxford, and is part of the counselling team at The Bartholomew School, Eynsham and at Bradfield College.
SISSY LYKOU is the Clinical Community and Outreach Lead at Stillpoint Spaces London. She is a UKCP and ADMP registered psychotherapist, dance movement psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice and a lecturer in Psychotherapy at Regent’s University, London.
Accessibility: At Stillpoint Spaces our aim is to make our events as accessible as possible. However, the building we currently occupy is accessible only by stairwells. Do let us know in advance any issues affecting your accessibility & we will do our very best to accommodate you.
Please note that the views, opinions, and values expressed by presenters, participants, or any other individual in relation to this lecture/workshop are not necessarily those of Stillpoint Spaces London. Our aim is to provide a respectful space for open dialogue between our presenters, facilitators, or workshop leaders and those who attend.
If you would like to ask specific questions or provide feedback for any presenters please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.