March Newsletter

The latest news from the Brighton Person-Centred Community... Hello and welcome to the March edition of the Brighton Person-Centred Community news. We hope that you're keeping safe and well and coping with these trying and uncertain times.


Community Meetings


The Friends' Meeting House remains closed for the present, so there will again be no physical meeting this month.

Online meeting


The online meeting is every second Saturday of the month. This month's meeting will take place at 9.30-12.30 on Saturday 13th March. As it's online there will be no fee to attend. To join the meeting just copy the link into your browser https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86297861615?pwd=UXRYeG5SVzZNRVlGS3RINjhVakJOQT09 Meeting ID: 862 9786 1615 Passcode: 468592 If you find that it isn't allowing you to connect (or says the meeting hasn't started yet), you might wish to try searching in the Zoom app (you'll need it downloaded to do this) using the meeting ID provided. It will then ask you for the password. Make sure you're ready a bit before the meeting starts to check your online set up and have your cup of tea ready! Got some free time? Want to support NHS staff? Frontline19 is a portal to match NHS staff in need with online therapy providers who are willing to provide support pro bono. You sign up, say what your credentials are and how many hours a week you feel able to offer. Online Focusing workshops Focusing in Client Work – Friday 26th Mar 12.30-2.30 – £25 - 3 SPACES LEFT ANOTHER INTRO RUNNING DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND Introduction to Focusing – 12.30-2 Thursdays 22nd & 29th Apr, 6th & 13th May - £65 Focusing with Stress and Overwhelm – Friday 30th April 12.30-2.30pm - £25 - 4 SPACES LEFT See http://www.suzimackenzie.com/focusing---short-online-courses.html for more details

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