The day will offer resources to; integrate the mind-body connection, nourish the nervous system, support and rejuvenation for care professionals, utilise creativity and play for self-reflection, offer an experiential feel for how it is to work with clay in therapeutic and reflective work, and nourish tired hearts.
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Anyone with an interest in personal exploration, creativity or contemplative practices, but it may be of particular interest to counsellors, trainee counsel-lors, and care professionals.
Rosie is an accredited meditation teacher (trained with the Mindfulness Training Institute) who offers workshops, courses and coaching in a variety of mindfulness practices. She has many years’ experience of teaching contemplative practices and several decades of personal practice and exploration, having completed trainings and retreats with numerous teachers inter-nationally.
Rosie has worked in Further and Higher education for the past 18 years as well as a facilitator of participatory community arts projects. She currently works at the University of Winchester as a well-being Specialist Mentor and Mindfulness Teacher. Rosie is assistant director of the Winchester Institute of Contemplative Education and Practice
Jess is a ceramic artist and integrative arts psychotherapist with a back-ground in working therapeutically in the NHS, mainstream and therapeutic schools and the charitable sector. She has offered creative expe-riential group work in a wide range of therapeutic, teaching and reflective contexts throughout a career spanning 20 years, alongside lecturing on psychotherapy, counselling and wellbeing courses.
Jess has a particular interest in using the arts and movement as a tool for reflective processes and learning, underpinned by an understanding of the im-portance of how working this way offers opportunities for left and right brain integration. She also teaches pottery.