We understand there is a lot of worry about the CoVid-19 outbreak. Our concern is for the well-being and safety of our delegates, ourselves, and our community.
We are closely monitoring this ever-changing situation so that we can try to make the best decisions going forward. We are liaising with other workshop providers and other small groups who offer events and activities to stay up-to-date with local community advice, and we will post updates on our website when we have them.
The current situation demands that we follow Government health advice on this issue, and we would encourage all our delegates and friends to do the same.
This means that, for the time being, all our immediate events will go online.
If you are booked on to a forthcoming workshop we will stay in touch with you via email, and we will share information with you as soon as we have the answers ourselves. Please ensure that you frequently check the email you used when you made your booking with us. We will also post course specific information on the relevant event page of our website.
Please be assured that if we cancel an event full refunds will be given. This applies to all of our workshops and events.
Brighton Therapy Partnership is a small, independent and local organisation and, like so many, we are already struggling to keep the wheels in motion with everything this virus situation is throwing at us all. We are experiencing increased email and phone traffic at the moment and ask for your patience with us while we try to navigate this tricky situation. Our office hours remain Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Above all, this is a time for kindness and compassion with ourselves and others, and we are reminded of this by these words from Rabbi Daniel Nevins:
15th March 2020
Updated 20th March 2020