Having established a case for change with our first-round table, this second event will focus on beacons of past good practice and learn from experiences of running Therapeutic Communities. Our panel will take participants on a journey of what worked and didn’t work, and why they think relationship centred practice and symbiosis at a societal level is so important.
The discussion will look experientially at the spaces and places – indoors and outdoors - where illness, care and recovery take place in existing centres; looking at themes of safety, welcome, nature and community; and asking how the lives of those both being cared for and giving care can be impacted both positively and negatively by design and environment.
We’ll look back together and reflect on past ways of working, and recent changes, and scan the
horizon for what’s coming next.
- Chair: Heather Macey + Adam Peavoy (Makower Architects)
- Dr Peter Cockersell - CEO of CHT (Community Housing & Therapy)
- Professor Flora Samuel - Chair of Architecture and Urban Design at Cambridge University
- Dr Rex Haigh - founder of CofC (Community of Communities)
- Nick Benefield – Senior policy advisor for Department of Health & Ministry of Justice
Great Suffolk St, London SE1 0UE
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