15-03-2019 - 16-03-2019
Announcing our second anniversary! A Friday evening talk with Philippa Perry and an open day with the return of our innovative speed dating therapists.
On Friday evening Philippa Perry will be presenting her thoughts in Why Are Other People So Awful? followed by an informal audience Q&A. On Saturday 16th March the venue will be a free open house for all, including a set of short talks on psychology-focused subjects and the chance to speed date our therapists to see if they might be suitable for you or a loved one.
An exhibition of works by artist Pippa Thomas exploring experience of displacement, the resistant act of building of home, and the gendered roles that come from it. Join us for the opening to encounter drawing, video pieces, poetry readings, and a short discussion with the artist about their work.
A CPD event for psychiatrists and talking therapists:
Is it possible to have a fruitful collaboration between psychiatrists and psychotherapists, or are their approaches so different that they undermine any benefits likely to accrue from their respective interventions? If there is a tension in this relationship, what is it about? Psychiatrist Dr. Leonard Fagin will attempt to clarify these questions through vignettes, and an opportunity for the audience to share examples and concerns.
Stillpoint Spaces London is inviting artists, thinkers, creators and others to take part in a series of six sessions to develop a collaborative body of work on the concept of "The Meme".
Starting on Mondays from 4th February - 11th March 2019, the sessions will culminate in an exhibition that will be installed at Stillpoint Spaces London, opening to coincide with our 2nd Anniversary Open Day event, March 16th, 2019.