Our wellness walks with Spoz will take place on the Lickey Hills from 2-4pm on Sunday 26th Feb and Sunday 26th March. (Meeting at the Lickey Hills Visitors’ Centre from 1.45).
Join former Birmingham Poet Laureate Giovanni ‘Spoz’ Esposito for a gentle walk through the Lickey Hills, followed by a writing workshop. During the walk you’ll be encouraged to use your phone (or digital camera) to capture images that inspire you, which you’ll later craft into poems.
Please dress for the weather and wear suitable footwear. Please bring water.
We’ll be meeting at the Visitor’s Centre at 1.45 and setting off at 2pm.
This is a ‘Pay What You Feel’ event with a suggestion donation of £5. Your donation will help us to continue providing writing for wellbeing courses to underrepresented groups in Worcestershire (with a focus on improving mental health, the LGBTQ+ community and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence).
Write About Now: dates for mindfulness walks for 2023 with Tanya and Holly – Sundays 9th April, 14th May, 11th June, 9th July, 13th August.
Dr. Tanya Carpenter is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist who completed her Doctorate in 2012 at City University, London and specialises in Psychodynamic approaches and attachment.
She has previously had over 13 years experience working with inpatients and day patients at the Priory Hospital in North London in both group therapy and individually.
Tanya also has experience working for the NHS, University counselling services, in Private practice and has also worked with adults with Asperger’s at the Hoffman Foundation for Autism.
Tanya has over 5 years experience facilitating weekly Mindfulness groups and has written and presented on the topic of Mindfulness.
Tanya is a lecturer in Psychology at the University of Worcester and a course leader for the MSc in Counselling. She has been a guest writer for a number of websites including the University of Worcester, The Priory Hospital and numerous wellbeing websites.
If you’d like to buy a pack of our Write About Now: Moving Mindfully Inspiring Writing cards you can do so via our shop. Any money generated through the sale of these cards will go straight into future projects – offering writing for wellbeing courses and creating anthologies of work that help empower marginalised communities with a focus on mental wellbeing, the LGBTQ+ community and survivors of sexual abuse & domestic violence).