FHT Nottingham Local Support Group

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Future Meetings

Katherine Jennick – What’s Your Strength – 25th May 2021WYS logo DARK BLUE and GREEN small

We’re delighted to announce our first post-lockdown meeting on Zoom.

Our face-to-face meetings have been unable to take place due to Covid 19 pandemic.

We have been keeping in touch with members and signposting to other zoom webinars including those that other Local Support Groups are arranging that members may be interested in joining

We hope that when meetings in Arnold Library can recommence the speakers who had been booked will be willing to offer a talk in our diary schedule.

Here’s the zoom link for us to meet up on 25th May
Meeting ID: 838 3589 8160
Passcode: 653824

Katherine is a fellow massage therapist and as an active member of our group, she has volunteered at ‘Find Your Sense of Tumour’ and worked at the Southwell Folk Festival.

Katherine wears many other hats……
Mother of two girls, she is a Careers Adviser for young people and the creator of ‘What’s your strength?’, a card activity designed to empower people to explore their skills and qualities, discover strengths, and unlock potential.

After a challenging year for everyone, it’s more important than ever to recognise our achievements, celebrate our successes, and build our self-esteem. Katherine will be talking to us about the story behind ‘What’s your strength?’ and how we can support our clients (and ourselves!) to recognise our own brilliance.

Katherine will kick off for about 30 minutes with some fun interactive activity. Then we’ll have plenty of time to chat, so do join us for this exciting start to post-lockdown meetings.

It promises to be a perfect topic for our ‘reunion’ meeting – really useful and interesting to get us thinking about ourselves and our therapy work.

Bring any ideas to share on restarting work, concerns about restarting work, support needed to restart work or we’d just be happy to see you and hear how you are.

We’ll all be coming from different directions and experiences of lockdown so I’m sure we can be kind and understanding of where people are in their therapy practice journey.

We have some ideas for future meetings and it would be good to share them and hear from you of any ideas.