These fully funded workshops are open to all teens, but may be of particular interest to those who have been adopted, fostered, in care or are unaccompanied asylum seekers (with minimum level 2 English)
Those attending will be invited to return to a second Progress Workshopwhere they will share their work, receive feedback and development tips and help co-produce a showcase event for their work. Once you have booked Workshop A or B, your place on the Progress Workshop is secured.
Developing creative writing skills, attendees may improve their wellbeing and self-worth. By sharing their work, participants can experience a different sense of connection, one which may inspire others and lead to new adventures.
Bringing this all together, a showcase live performance event will take place in October for those that want to attend.
Zara has facilitated adoption groups and song-writing and story healing sessions. She regularly gives talks on her adoption experience and has facilitated groups for adopted families and professionals. Her latest album,‘Mediation & KitKats’is a collection of lyrical stories that describe the complexities of relationships, finding oneself, connection and healing.
These workshops have been part funded by CAMHS Hertfordshire as part of their Feeling Good Week Initiative
For more information please contact [email protected]