Course timetable
My daughter drew this picture of me. I am wearing a beanie and a jumper that my mum knitted.

Posted: 23 January 2020

For me, creativity is knitting

For Shelley, knitting is a way she expresses herself.

Posted: 26 August 2019

Olivia: an awesome OT shares her passion for connecting mental health and sensory work

dc:  How would you describe sensory work? Olivia: There’s lots of different terms for it – sensory modulation, sensory strategies, sensory whatever (Ha!). It’s so broad and can be used in so many ways.   dc:  For someone who might not quite understand, what is an example of a sensory strategy? Olivia: A strategy could

Posted: 20 August 2019

Leaping into mindful conversations with Lucy

When I was asked to co-facilitate a mindfulness course at discovery college, I didn’t even know how to envision it. What does discovery college even mean? Is it a group of people talking about feelings or is it a prestigious university? And am I even qualified to talk about mindfulness when the attendees probably know

Posted: 11 June 2019

Winnie & being a human

Winnie wears many hats; clinician, facilitator & above all human. We sat & had a chat with her about her perspective on the ripple effect, focus on the family & what it is like to facilitate a discovery college course. dc: If you could describe dc in one sentence, what would you say? Winnie: That

Posted: 6 June 2019

Lindy & the value of laughter

As a parent, Lindy has ridden the waves of mental health with her family, so we sat & had a chat with her about animals, the ripple effect & the importance of humour. dc:        If you could describe dc in one sentence, what would you say? Lindy:   Oooo, revelation-ary! dc:        (laughs) That is such a

Social Share Buttons and Icons powered by Ultimatelysocial
Facebook
Instagram