Using self compassion to find your voice, stand up and speak out

I’m super excited to tell you about an event I am helping to organise. I hope you will join us on 18th October where Dr Mary Welford will be up close & personal sharing life lessons learnt & talking about the healing power of compassion. You don’t need to be a therapist or a minority to attend – everyone is welcome!

Ever thought, I think I could do that, or I’ve had that idea, or why can’t I see/hear anyone like me up on that platform or this could be done differently,then come along to our inaugural event. You’ll fit right in.

Ever felt a fraud, an imposter, less than, unrepresented, talked at, not listened to, without a platform, marginalised, disaffected, lacking in encouraging mentorship, constrained by systems. Let’s change that.

Ever wanted to but haven’t yet put yourself forward for an organisational role, written an article, disrupted the status quo, shared your reality of clinical practice, collaborated on a research question, made a change in your local community? Let’s change that

Come along and hear three fabulously inspiring women: Dr Mary Welford, Dr Kate Fox and Jess Philips MP (more information on speakers can be found here: https://www.babcp.com/files/SIG/WOMGENE/Additional-details-for-Using-Self-181018.pdf)

Booking form can be found here: https://www.babcp.com/Training/Events.aspx

Venue: The Old Library, Zellig, Gibb Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B9 4AA

The Old Library is ¼ of a mile from Birmingham City Centre and is accessible by car or public transport.
The location of the nearest car parks and the exact address can be found here –
https://www.theoldlibrary.co/location/