You are invited to experience and learn about the benefits and revelations of Compassion Circles at sessions being held on 29 January at the Woodbrooke Centre in Birmingham.
“Creating safe and reflective space for aligning on uniting values, self-compassion and building a culture of curiosity, appreciation and consistent compassion” are just some of the topics that will be covered in these sessions.
Psychological safety, trust and compassion are integral to healthy workplaces. A Compassion Circle is designed to create the conditions for a safe inquiry into the flow of compassion. Compassion Circles Facilitators are trained to use a highly structured approach.
These sessions, funded by the West Midlands Patient Safety Collaborative, are open to all who work in health and social care. You will be able to hear about the theory behind Compassion Circles, experience the practice and to think about opportunities to introduce Circles into team and organisational systems.
Two sessions are available with limited and free places. You only need to attend one session, either the morning or afternoon session:
The sessions are being hosted at the peaceful and inspiring Woodbrooke Centre and all participants in both morning and afternoon sessions are invited to share lunch together from 1 - 2pm. Click here to book your place today.
If you have any questions about the Compassion Circles sessions, please contact Helen Hunt: firstname.lastname@example.org.