Wednesday, 20 September 2017

are you coming tomorrow?

Please join me tomorrow at the Keystone Crescent Club in Kings Cross and celebrate the Equinox around a glass or two. RSVP: http://gpn.eventbrite.com  .
I look forward to seeing you then!
Best regards,
J-F.
jf@gpn.one
www.gpn.one

TO MAKE THE TUBE GAY AGAIN

It's the final push TO MAKE THE TUBE GAY AGAIN. I have £400 left to raise to cover three billboards with gay poetry. Tomorrow is our private launch at Le Dame Gallery, where the three pieces of art will be shown. I hope we can reach the target before then. WOULD YOU consider just a tiny donation? Oh do. Please

Monday, 4 September 2017

Friday 8th September: Sail on the Thames and be serenaded by The Chamber Ensemble of London with film footage of London from yesteryear.


Musical Gems On The Thames

Westminster Pier
Victoria Embankment - London
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Date(s) - 08/09/2017
3:45 pm - 7:00 pm
Location
Westminster Pier
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FRIDAY 8TH SEPTEMBER


Chamber Ensemble of London


PROGRAMME: LONDON AND THE THAMES

Westminster Waltz, Handel’s Water Music, Eton Boating Song, Yeomen of the Guard Overture, Lambeth Walk, Boyce Symphony No. 1, Holst’s St. Paul’s Suite, Old Father Thames 

All Aboard as we embark upon a musical journey along London’s great river and enjoy music associated with the city’s iconic sites situated along her banks.

Your musical experience will be further enhanced by a compilation of historic film footage – collected by the London Film Museum and presented on the screen monitors 


This is an opportunity to compare the past with the present as you pass the impressive construction sites of the TIDEWAY project, which will ecologically preserve every aspect of the Thames for the benefit of future generations.


Michael Appleton | Central Team Communication Lead | Tideway

George Allawi | West Team Communication Officer | Tideway

Sarah Linney | Public Affairs Officer | Tideway


Book your tickets via eventbrite here. For more information, please contact Meghna Shah at meghna.shah@ucl.ac.uk


 

Saturday, 2 September 2017

Doctoral Research exploring gay men's experiences of difficulties in the relationship with their therapist/counsellor.

Participants wanted - research project exploring gay men’s experiences of difficulties in the relationship with their therapist/counsellor

Are you a gay man over 18? 
Have you been in counselling or psychotherapy that lasted more than 20 sessions?
Would you be willing to share your experiences of therapy with me as part of my Doctoral research? In particular, I want to hear about your experiences of any of the following:

  • Difficulties, tensions or misunderstandings in the relationship with your therapist
  • Negative feelings towards your therapist
  • Any barriers or issues you felt you couldn't talk about that negatively affected the quality of the relationship
  • Any breakdowns in the relationship with your therapist
  • Ending therapy abruptly or feeling dissatisfied

My name is Phil Brooke and this research project forms part of my studies towards a Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at London Metropolitan University. My study will look at how gay men have experienced ruptures (difficulties or tensions) in the relationship with their therapist - these difficulties could have been subtle which you kept to yourself, or more obvious ones that were discussed with your therapist. I’m hoping this research will offer a deeper understanding of negative therapy experiences for gay men so that therapists are better informed about these sensitive issues.

You taking part in my research would mean having a conversation with me for about an hour where I would ask you to share your experiences with me. Your confidentiality will be protected at all times. This research project has been given ethical approval by London Metropolitan University.

If you are interested in taking part, or would like to know more about the study, then please contact me at prb0069@my.londonmet.ac.uk or on 07593 544289(work contact number) and leave your name and contact details. I will aim to get back to you as soon as possible. 


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