This course is inspired by the book of the same name by Arzo Tamsin and Rosemary Davidson. Whilst it integrates acts of making it is framed by the academic and medical research that explains why creativity and making is good for health. It is especially useful for organisations and groups seeking to offer meaningful and different wellbeing training. We go beyond superficial and short-lived experiences to experiential learning and behaviour change that builds resilience. The creative content of this workshop tends to correspond with our current community initiatives, and introduce a few different crafts: Craftfulness occurs when personal interest is peaked and a gentle level of challenge is found for an individual.
Delivery can be tailored to partner’s requirements and time available. It can be delivered in person or via Zoom.