NEWS & VIEWS
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NEXT LOSS THEMED SPOON ROOM DATES
9th July 2020
In collaboration with Camerados, The Loss Project presents a loss-themed Spoon Room. A Spoon Room is an online space for people to come together and share what's on their mind. It offers a place to be together, permission to be rubbish, with no fixing, where we can look out for each other and get through tough times. We're all experiencing different losses in the current climate - from loss of health, relationships breakdowns, loss of jobs to the death of someone we love. Come and connect, listen, share or just be alongside others. Everyone is welcome.
NAVIGATING A NEW YOU: WORKSHOP EXPLORING A NEW IDENTITY IN WORK
July 9, 2019
Losing a livelihood, is more than just losing a paycheck. It is losing a form of self-identity, it is losing an aspect of yourself, of your life and navigating this time can be very difficult. However, during this workshop, attendees will have some time to practise and reflect on what embracing the new normal could be like for each and every one of them. Whether they are an entrepreneur in the making, they are being re-introduced to education, or perhaps just travelling into the vast unknown... This workshop is giving permission to each individual to embrace a new aspect of themselves, their life, their professional aspirations and a way back to the working world.
CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS
July 9, 2019
This is a free creative writing workshop for people who have experienced grief and bereavement.
This is one of three workshops facilitated by Joe Duggan running between July and September. This event is part of a series of creative events from The Loss Project's Covid-19 Response.