During this COVID-19 experience we have been taken back to the basics of life, with physical distancing and the removal of a lifestyle that we were familiar with.
Please join us for this journaling workshop at 12 noon on Monday 7 December, via Zoom. Bookings are essential.
Our sense of control and routine has been removed, impacting on our mental, physical and financial health.
We have witnessed an upsurge in consciousness for our neighbours, kindness and a real desire to connect.
This workshop explores how social cohesion can impact our moral health by nurturing and building communities, and will assist participants to leave with tangible ideas to support their own wellbeing and those in their neighbourhood over the coming summer months.
Our presenter Annette Subhani from New Pathways will facilitate a down to earth and honest reflection to get us all thinking.
As this is a participatory workshop, notes for the session will be emailed to you a few days prior to the session.
Dates and Times
Monday 7 December 2020
Frankston City Libraries, Playne Street Frankston 3199