Midlife Conversations

Midlife is a funny time. You may feel strong, vulnerable, inspired, confused, tired, lost, frustrated, angry, sad, joyous and hopeful. And all within the space of a day!

It is a time when you want to make changes, get rid of what doesn’t work, invite in more of what does. You may feel tired after years of pushing – shouldering responsibilities, and carrying the emotional burden of those around you.

Your body starts doing strange, unfamiliar things and you have to re-assess what is possible and desirable.

But midlife is an important gateway to the next chapter of your life. As you live longer this can mean decades more to play with. You want to make these years count. To make them enjoyable, meaningful and tailored for you, whether that is starting a new business, taking a step back to enjoy a different pace, changing relationships or making time for more fun and interests.

Come and join my group if you want to explore this exciting time with me and other midlife women. I’ll be there as a fellow midlife woman and psychotherapist helping you to get the most out of it.


How does it work?

The group meets monthly and is open to whatever you wish to explore. It will involve discussions and some exercises.

Numbers are deliberately small to allow space for everyone to be heard.

I will bring my skills as a psychotherapist to support and enrich the conversations.

Dates for the next Midlife Conversations are:

10:00-12:00, Wednesday 9th October

10:00-12:00, Wednesday 6th November

10:00-12:00, Wednesday 4th December

I encourage you to attend all the sessions as this enhances group bonding and learning.

Where: Old Ford Road, London E2 9QD

Cost: £20 per group. Payment to be made in advance.

How to apply: Click on the link below to complete the application form. Once a place is confirmed I will send full address and payment details.

the benefits of being in a Group

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  • Group support: Sharing experiences with others reminds us that we are not alone in our struggles. Groups can offer empathy and understanding.

  • A sounding board: You can check things out and get a range of responses.

  • Motivation: Hearing from others can be inspiring and fuel your own growth.

  • Sharing is healing: We are relational beings and need others to hear our stories. Something powerful happens when we feel deeply listened to and heard. A group offers a safe space to share.

  • Affordability: Groups are less expensive than individual psychotherapy yet they offer unique opportunities for personal growth.


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