City Wellbeing Centre relaunching with brand-new in-person sessions


Local residents and members of the business community are being invited to attend a landmark occasion at the City Wellbeing Centre (BENK + BO, Spitalfields, 4-6 Gravel Lane E1 7AW) on Wednesday November 24 at 12.15pm.

The event will mark a pivotal moment in the history of the City Wellbeing Centre, as it moves from offering online support to ‘in-person’ counselling and psychotherapy for the first time.

Speeches will be led by the incoming Lord Mayor of the City of London, Vincent Keaveney, who will signal the re-opening of the unique resource, which aims to support mental health in the City of London and its surrounding areas.

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Tavistock Relationships, whose staff will be providing the therapeutic help offered at the City Wellbeing Centre, will also be in attendance and on hand to discuss the services they offer, as well as future developments.

Networking and tours of the City Wellbeing Centre will commence at 12.45pm, and guides will be ready to field any queries visitors may have.

As a non-profit making charity, Tavistock Relationships is committed to making its services accessible to all, irrespective of income, and the financial model that enables this will be explained in a detailed presentation at the event.

The relaunching of the City Wellbeing Centre is a free-to-attend event open to all parties (capacity will be limited so book now to secure your place). Attendance can be reserved online here.

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