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Creative Arts for Wellbeing

Open to those facing serious or terminal illness, our Creative Arts for Wellbeing sessions aim to support emotional wellbeing and aid self-esteem.
Group Sessions

Creative Arts sessions are small groups which encourage peer support. They offer a variety of creative art projects, either your own or a guided project. All basic art materials are provided.

These sessions are designed for enjoyment and relaxation. No artistic ability is required, just a willingness to ‘have a go’.

For those who wish to put their memories into words and/or images, we also offer the opportunity to work on creative ways to record memories, through journal keeping and scrapbook making.

Art at Michael Sobell House

Weekly on Wednesday mornings 10.30 – 12.00 for 8 sessions.

Weekly on Thursday mornings 10.30 – 12.00 for 8 sessions.

Art at Lansdowne House

Weekly on Friday afternoons, 11.30 – 13.00 for 4 sessions. 


Individual Sessions

If you cannot attend one of our groups, we offer some individual sessions at Michael Sobell House, to include the following:

  • Starting a scrapbook or journal of memories.
  • Advice and guidance on writing your memory/memories.
  • Support with writing letters to people close to you.

To register your interest and for more information email wellbeing@harlingtonhospice.org

Creative Arts Workshops

As well as our group and independent Creative Arts for Wellbeing sessions we also have a range of workshops throughout the year

Matron Carol stands with a woman in a blue sari in our gardens at Lansdowne House

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