Deep Talk sessions – EU/UK uncertainty

Dear colleague,

The University of Sheffield's Chaplaincy Service is hosting a series of Deep Talk sessions to support staff who have concerns about the impact of the UK’s relationship with the EU on their life and work.

Deep Talk is a method which allows for dialogue and peer-to-peer support. It uses storytelling, dialogue, metaphor and a change of perspective, allowing participants to speak freely and learn from each other. This may serve as a catalyst for seeing things differently or taking new action.

The sessions are being hosted at the Chaplaincy, but are inclusive and designed equally for all - whether or not you hold a religion or belief identity.

We are running a number of sessions:

A short session from 12-1pm on Thursday 19 September 2019.

A morning session from 9.15am-12.15pm on Monday 30 September 2019.

An afternoon session from 1.45pm-4.45pm on Tuesday 15 October 2019.

A series of three lunchtime sessions – which make a complete workshop - from 1pm-2pm on Monday 23 September, Monday 30 September and Monday 7 October 2019.

The sessions will take place in the Chaplaincy Activity Room, L9, in The Octagon Centre. This room is accessible. To book a place please email or use the web form.

Best wishes,

Revd Dr Jeremy Clines

University of Sheffield Chaplaincy Centre