How to Avoid and Recognise Abusive Relationships
Funded by Your Best Freind Fund
These workshops are aimed at women girls and nonbinary people aged 14- 25. We will look at red flags and suggest ways to recognise abuse. The workshops involve making 'Zines'to highlight personal responses and outline the main themes.
We will do several sessions at our beautiful green space in Wallasey Merseyside. We also have some sessions online.
Funded by 'Your Best Friend Fund.' These workshops are free.
Relationships can make or break us, many of us have been disturbed by toxic relationships and manipulative people. This program looks at how we can look after ourselves and look out for other people.
The course is a mix of accessible psychology and art process.
The workshops are facilitated by Paula Staunton and Lo Tierney.
Please email to inquire and get the full program.
Groups, schools and organisations are welcome. We may be able to deliver sessions at your venue.
Paula Staunton has an MSc in Transpersonal Psychology, Consciousness and Spirituality, and a BA in Psychology and Women's Studies. She is a qualified teacher for adults and has professional qualifications in holistic therapies and is qualified mental health first aider.
Paula has been teaching Psychology for Liverpool and Wirral adult learning for over 20 years.
Lo Tierney is a Liverpool-based illustrator and activist. who graduated from LJMU in 2015 with a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design and Illustration. She specialises in activism-based art and portraiture. Her clients include The Walker Art Gallery.
Lo is a neurodivergent artist, diagnosed with ASD who loves to celebrate inclusion and diversity.
The importance of connecting in a community
What is a healthy relationship?
Childhood influences who we are now
How can we tell a safe person from an unsafe person?
What is 'grooming'
Trauma and its effects
Red flags that may signal a predatory person
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