Team & Group Support

Looking After Ourselves & Each Other

Companies & Projects

Could you and your company or project collective benefit from a group artist wellbeing session?

Individual Artists & Professionals

Would you like to bring together artists outside of your company to reflect and share experiences?

Venues & Organisations

Are you a venue that would like to host a wellbeing / reflective space for associated artists / arts professionals?

Group Wellbeing Sessions for Companies & Collectives

It has never been more important to take care of our own and each others wellbeing & mental health in this time of great change, loss, adaptation and renewal within the arts.

  • Facilitated by integrative therapist and clinical supervisor, Lou Platt

  • 90 - 120 minutes (depending on size of group)

  • Held securely on Zoom

  • A dedicated time in which artists / professionals / companies can deeply check in with each other

  • The sessions are designed for the group to

    • reflect

    • deepen self-awareness and connection

    • move through creative / organisational blocks

    • lean into collective wisdom and experience

    • seek guidance / support from each other

  • Session can be a one-off, or something that is put in at regular intervals - whatever feels best for the company / collective

  • Fees are negotiated which each company or individuals if not in the same company

If you'd like to explore this possibility further, please do get in touch for a no obligation chat.

This rest of this page is still in development, but here are a few thoughts to help guide you in the meantime:

Working with others can certainly be exciting, rewarding, fun and enriching. But, at times, working with others can also be challenging, frustrating, and dis-empowering. Artist Wellbeing can support and enhance Creative Teams & Creative Companies by offering:

  • Group reflective sessions

  • Check In & Out best practices

  • Helping groups generate wellbeing processes

  • Techniques that help teams work smoothly and harmoniously

  • Help to harness conflict and move through conflict in creative ways

  • Considerations about diversity and inclusivity

  • Methods of Mindful Co-working

Mindful Co-Working

"The term 'mindful co-working' reflects a simple truth: the best co-working happens when colleagues pay purposeful and careful attention to their own and each others' roles, responsiblities, thoughts, feelings and perspectives. It requires a conscious and deliberate use of the mind and the imagination. In other words, mindful co-working does not happen by chance, or by rote delivery. It is always a result of fully conscious and considered collaboration."

From Mindful Co-Working by Clark Baim