Narrative therapy group session for young adults affected by Huntington's disease


Narrative therapy group session for young adults affected by Huntington's disease

Where:

Online

When:

Sunday 15 May 2022

Time:

10.00am - 1.00pm


This event is now fully booked. If you would like to go on our waiting list, please get in touch.

The focus of Narrative Therapy in this group is to participate in a creative activity that explores identity through values, beliefs, and support systems, enabling us to make connections to our external lives which will be sustainable in our everyday lives.  

 

We welcome Mariangels Ferrer Duch, a Clinical Psychologist trained in Narrative Therapy who will be facilitating a three-hour Narrative Therapy session, co-hosted with Anna Holmes, Specialist Adviser, working within the Huntington’s Disease Association.  

 

The group will be for up to 12 people aged 18-40 years of age who are impacted in some way by Huntington’s disease. You may like to attend as an individual, or as a couple, or in a pair (for example as siblings). We would though like to ask that you have a quiet space, which is free from interruptions, when attending the session.     

 

You will be welcome to say as little or as much as you wish in relation to the condition itself, the focus being upon the many small things that are important to us in life which can often be overlooked in times of stress. We hope the conversation will help to mutually inspire us all!

 

You are asked to register as places will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. To register please contact [email protected] providing an email address and advising the number of people who would like to join the call.

 

For more information please contact [email protected]