Hosting spaces for people to be open about loss.
With our team of expert facilitators and coaches, we host group and individual workshops, events and sessions for people to explore grief and loss.
We've run a number of successful programmes, including Making SPACE for loss during the pandemic, working with a number of arts, health and social care and community based organisations.
HOSTING SAFE AND BRAVE SPACES
We're a highly skilled team with extensive experience of holding space across communities and organisations. We use our pioneering and innovative methods to open up conversations, share insights, knowledge and expertise and to upskill people walking alongside the bereaved or those who are having tough times.
We create alternative spaces for workshops, one to one sessions, training and other programmes. Some of our favourite spaces have been in collaboration with our friends Camerados, but equally we've hosted a range of programmes including an online film creation project during the pandemic, community development programmes, the Forest Gate Pause walks and many more.
We like to push against the edges of the norm to bring modern, friendly, welcoming and accessible spaces to explore and better understand these complex human life experiences.
DIGITAL LOSS BOX PROJECT
Spoon Room - Cat Duncan Rees
Cat Duncan-Rees, who lost her father in early March, has found solace in both the general and the loss-themed Spoon Rooms. “It was helpful to join a group of people knowing that I didn’t have to pretend. I could just be...There is no pressure to talk about anything in particular. There was one loss-themed session where I don’t think I even talked about my Dad.”