Working in an ongoing therapy group provides us with the opportunity to learn about how we relate to ourselves and others. Witnessing others work in a trusting environment can permit us to share more of ourselves and get feedback on how others see and respond to us. We can develop new ways of communicating and connecting with others.
Room Hire for Weekend Workshops, Groups & Courses
If you want to run a one-off, series or regular workshop, group or course, at the weekend, City Therapy Rooms is the ideal location. Our large therapy room can hold up to 14 people. City Therapy Rooms is easy for anyone to travel to being just 2 minutes walk from the nearest Central Line tube station, Chancery Lane, 10 minutes from the nearest Overground / Crossrail station at Farringdon and Tottenham Court Road.
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Talking about Death & Dying – A workshop
A day to explore your thoughts, fears and experiences of death and dying
You would know the secret of death, but how shall you find it unless you seek it in the heart of life?– Kahil Gibran
When: Saturday 1st May 2021
Where: City Therapy Rooms, Furnival Street, EC4A 1JQ
Times: 10am to 4.30pm
Cost: £125 or £75 low or no income
It’s not always easy to know how to talk about death. Most of us avoid it. Awkwardness, fear and sadness means we tend to shy away from asking ourselves important questions.
How do we feel about dying? What are our fears and fantasies about death? How do we want to die? What happens after we die? What is it like to be with someone who is dying? What do you say?
If you have been with someone who has died, how do you deal with the memory? How do you experience grief and loss?
Talking and listening, sharing our fears, about how we imagine death will be, about what we have seen and experienced, can be empowering, enlightening and reassuring.
Talking about death and dying can change our experience of living; more fully, more freely, more boldly!
Our approach is non-denominational and is not based on any spiritual, philosophical or religious belief system. The workshop is open to everyone.
Dying is a wild night and a new road – Emily Dickenson