Event – Exploring Climate Change Through Art Based Coaching now 2nd July

Join me for this special free event now on 2nd July 2020 (previously 23rd April) at Sarum College bringing together coaches who would like to explore their own responses to climate change through art-based coaching.

The environmental crisis is already needing us to think and act differently and taking us out of our norms. These challenges are also making many of us question ourselves, what we think, say and do; wondering if what we are doing is ‘good enough’, right or sufficient. We may even question if we can really make a difference, challenging the very core of us.

Through this event coaches will explore, through an art-based coaching approach, their own responses – externalising, clarifying and understanding their own feelings around climate change through image making. From this, further exploration and discussion will help coaches explore what they want to do and continue to do to help the environment – both in their practice and personally. Working this way will also introduce coaches to art-based coaching, a powerful coaching approach that is uniquely placed to support people through what can be complex and challenging feelings arising from the climate change crisis; feelings that can be difficult to access, define and make sense of.

I hope you will join me in this relaxed and creative coaching space where we can explore our own responses to climate change together.

All materials and refreshments will be provided. Lunch is not included. The event is free, however if you would like to help towards the costs of running the event please give a donation on the day.

If you have any queries please email me at anna@artincoaching.co.uk

Booking

Places are limited and spaces will be allocated on a first booked basis. Please email me at anna@artincoaching.co.uk to book your place.

Getting there:

By car: The college is easily accessible by car and directions can be found on the college website www.sarum.ac.uk. There is parking on site which is free and fills up on a first come basis. There is a paying car park in the Salisbury Grounds which can fill up quickly, however there are plenty of other carparks in Salisbury. The nearest long term car park is Old George Mall car park http://www.oldgeorgemall.co.uk/centre-information/parking.html

By Train: There are trains direct to Salisbury from London, Basingstoke, Southampton, Bristol, Bath and Exeter. There is a taxi rank outside the station and the college is only a few minutes taxi ride from the station.  If you wish to walk it is about a 15 minute walk.

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