It is with great regret that the trustees of Safaplace have decided to postpone our ‘Mind, Body, Soul: finding your Safeplace’ conference, scheduled for Saturday 21st March. This is due to the uncertainty created by COVID-19. We are really disappointed and it was not a decision we made lightly. We are enormously grateful to allContinue reading Stop press- Conference postponed.
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Just to let you know…. *Young Hackney is now also presenting a workshop at our conference on the 21st. Young Hackney is a part of Hackney’s Children and Young People’s Services. In addition to offering activities for all young people, through youth clubs, sports sessions and citizenship programmes, they also offer advice and support. ThisContinue reading Stop press! Stop press! New participants! Book now ….
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We have some amazing speakers and workshops this year including the return of the inspirational Johnny Benjamin MBE, poets Adisa the Verbaliser and Emily Harrison and many more! Details of how to book are coming soon. Please keep the date free and come and join us in exploring how to support positive mental health andContinue reading We’re getting really excited about our next conference ‘Mind, Body & Soul: Finding your Safaplace’
If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain; If I can ease one life the aching, Or cool one pain, Or help one lonely person Into happiness again I shall not live in vain. Emily Dickinson
The Safaplace 3rd Annual Conference is coming soon to Stoke Newington School. This year’s conference is titled ‘Mind, Body, and Soul: Finding your safe place’ and will explore how creativity can support positive mental health and well being. There will be opportunities to practice mindfulness, listen to experts talk about good mental health and much,Continue reading Keep the date- Keep the date! 21/03/2020
CALM have introduced the acronym NOEL to support wellbeing this Christmas. NOEL stands for… Look after yourself this Christmas and follow NOEL’s advice. Click here for more information
Watching others having fun, planning family gatherings and buying gifts and food for Christmas, can heighten feelings of loss and isolation. It is important to be aware that not everyone will be in a celebratory mood and be sensitive to those who, for whatever reason, find the festive period tough going. On our contact page,Continue reading For many people who have suffered bereavement or are struggling with depression, relationship problems or loneliness, this time of year can be exceptionally challenging