A survivor-led workshop exploring healing, reparation and redress through storytelling and theology, with Eva McIntyre and members of Survivors Voices.
Accessible Birmingham venue. FREE thanks to generous sponsors. Lunch and refreshments provided.
Abuse survivors who want to come together to create our own journey of recovery, restoration and justice, drawing on our experiences and spiritual/theological wisdom.
What to expect?
We will use stories from wisdom and biblical traditions, and creative arts, to explore what recovery and restoration mean to us; and how as a survivor community we can take control of the healing journey and create our own restorative processes.
Safety and peer support will be led by experienced facilitators from Survivors Voices. Please read our Guidelines HERE before booking your space.
Who is leading the day?
Eva McIntyre will lead two story-telling sessions, joined by co-facilitators Nell Hardy and Jane Chevous from Survivors Voices.
Eva is a storyteller, actor and author, as well as a retired Anglican priest. She is currently researching the power of storytelling to change Church communities. Eva is also a survivor.
Nell is an actor, writer, theatre-maker and the founder of Response Ability Theatre , a company that seeks to represent and support people whose lives have been derailed by trauma.
Jane is a writer, researcher, educator and activist, and director of Survivors Voices
Sorry, bookings are closed for this event. Please contact us if you would like to be added to the waiting list for the next time we run this event.