projects Community

Feel Good Greenwich 2011-Current.
Project Development Lead

Feel Good Greenwich is a borough wide programme that has been developed in partnership with Greenwich Mind and Royal Borough of Greenwich, Public Health.
The project aims to raise awareness of the key issues surrounding good mental health and offer interventions that support the opportunity for increased wellbeing for the borough population. The extensive programme offers core services from partner organisations as well as commissioned services that have been evidenced to demonstrate links to the 5 ways of Wellbeing messages. The programme has been featured in Building Resilient Communities. Making every Contact count for public mental health.



Greenwich MIND
Mindfulness MBCT/SR facilitator, 2013 - Current

Co –facilitation of Mindfulness courses to a diverse client group within Greenwich Mind and members of the wider Greenwich population wishing to develop a mindful practice.
Co facilitation of a monthly Mindful drop in programme for previous course participants.



Remakery,  2014 - Current
Associate Director

Working in association on the development and implementation of a social programme that aims to improve employment prospects through self development and increased confidence.



Faiths Together in Lambeth
Wellbeing programme development and facilitation

The Muslim Sisters Jaamat to initiate ,develop and deliver a series of women only sessions that explored wellbeing in relation to faith and belief. A pilot project to establish a core group that can build extended relationships within the wider community.



Well London
Well Being / Positive Psychology Consultant and Course Facilitator
Woolwich Dockyard, Sept – November 2013

An 8 week intervention working with residents of the Woolwich Dockyard Estate to ‘Dare to Dream’ their visions for an integrated and flourishing community. Underpinned by positive psychology theory and application the course encouraged residents to co-create, build personal and community resilience and to establish sustainable partnerships within the borough.



Well London- Be Creative Be well,  2010 /2011
The Big Tea
Creative Director and Project manager

The Big tea was a Well London/ Big Lottery funded project delivering the Be creative Be Well, Arts Council  initiative. Identified as one of 16 “Super output areas” the Big Tea undertook an extensive outreach programme with local residents whilst forging a number of sustainable partnerships within the Larkhall community. The emphasis of the project was to support community cohesion through building relationships and identifying and accessing community resources. The project ran for 1 year during which a diverse programme of creative arts/ performance/ film events and interventions engaged an inclusively broad section of the resident population.
Key milestones included the reinstating of a youth flat and subsequent programme of activities for young people, A 10 week course for women,art workshops for dogs and their owners and much more.


Spring Forward 2005-2009




FreeForm Arts Trust 

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