Community Meetings

The next face-to-face community meeting will take place on 19th June.

 

The next Zoom meeting will be on 12th June.

 

Please see the yellow box opposite.

Please also look at the News tab for some important news about future meetings.

 

The Person-Centred Community group meetings are open to anyone with a curiosity about the person-centred approach. We meet once a month on a Saturday morning and all newcomers are welcome. This is a drop-in meeting so you can come along and introduce yourself.

 

Our meetings are not facilitated. They are unstructured and develop according to what people bring in terms of their needs, interests and experiences. The aim is to offer a confidential atmosphere, one of respect and trust allowing people the chance to be open.

 

As this is a drop-in meeting, check with the other participants if you need an explicit agreement between yourselves for that meeting.

 

Meetings last for three hours and you may choose to count this towards your continuing professional development (CPD).

Venue, time and dates

Zoom meetings are held on the second Saturday of each month. Details of how to join the meetings are advertised in the monthly newsletter, as well as the news page on this website.

 

In-Person Meetings are held on the third Saturday of every month at the Friends' Meeting House in Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AF (see map on left)

Both the Zoom and In-Person meetings normally run from 9:30 to 12:30, with a short break at around 11 o'clock.

There are still safety restrictions relating to the face-to-face meetings.


There is no access to the kitchen, so, if you want refreshments, you will have to bring these yourselves.

 

Please also remember to bring a mask. You won't need one at the meeting, but you will need one when moving around the rest of the building.

Numbers are limited. If you intend to attend, please contact William. It is unlikely in fact that we will have to turn anyone away; but we advise contacting us just in case.

 

The cost is £5 to cover hire of the room. If, incidentally, you can't manage £5, then we will not insist. By the same token, if you can manage a little more than £5, your additional support will be appreciated.

We are happy to accept cash. If you prefer to pay online, please contact William for details.

 

The Zoom meeting is free - though, if you feel like contributing something to the Community's funds, your help will be gratefully received. Contact William for details of how to pay online.

We also organise workshops with nationally and internationally respected facilitators. Click here to see what workshops we have coming up...