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@sewmindful symposium

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Shamineh Art Gallery & Cafe

Carnegie House

New End

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In this one-day symposium, learn how the creative arts can be integrated with mindfulness-based mental health interventions for individuals with post-natal depression.

Join us for talks, experiential exercises and networking in the intimate surrounds of a North London art cafe.

Speakers include Dr Tamara Russell, clinical psychologist and creator of the Body in Mind training programme; Liz Finegold, artist and psychological therapist; Dr Chrissy Jayarajah, psychiatrist and quilting enthusiast; and Rosie Lowman, director of the perinatal mental health charity Cocoon Family Support.

This unique event provides the opportunity to hear from diverse perspectives on post-natal depression, and to find out about Sew Mindful: a cutting-edge research initiative falling at the intersection of creativity and mindfulness.

Earlybirds will automatically be entered into a raffle to win a variety of mindfulness related goodies.

For a full list of speakers and an event programme, visit http://www.mindfulnesscentreofexcellence.com/creative-mindfulness/

To read more about the Sew Mindful methodology, and how it is being used to combat post-natal depression, follow the links below, or follow the project @sewmindful on Twitter.

  • For a general overview: https://www.clinical-partners.co.uk/insights-and-news/item/why-were-weaving-a-new-story-about-post-natal-depression
  • For the clinical rationale: https://www.clinical-partners.co.uk/insights-and-news/item/weaving-a-new-story-for-post-natal-depression

The Body in Mind training programme is described in Dr Russell's book Mindfulness in Motion which is available to buy on Amazon now: http://tiny.cc/v0suiy

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