Det Bløde Rum - Sikkerhed og selvbeskyttelse

man d. 14. jan 18:00 - 20:30

BumZen, Baldersgade 20-22, 2200, København N.

Skrevet af DetBlødeRum

Dansk: (English below)

For mere info om Det Bløde Rum og vores møder gå til: https://www.detbloederum.com/

Denne gang vil vi snakke om hvordan man beskytter sig selv og hvad sikkerhed egentlig betyder. Vi vil erfaringsdele og snakke om hvad der virker og ikke virker og hvorfor det egentlig er vigtigt at tænke på sikkerhed og selvbeskyttelse.

Du er både velkomne til at deltage en enkelt gang eller hver uge,
Pårørende er også velkomne. Børn under teenage-alderen skal ledsages af en voksen.

Arrangementerne vil foregå på dansk/engelsk, afhængigt af hvad der er brug for. Alle vores arrangementer er gratis.

Det Bløde Rum drives af frivillige, som selv deltager i gruppen. Gruppen er ikke en erstatning for terapi, men et projekt der fokuserer på at deltagere kan danne et støttenetværk blandt hinanden. Nogle af de frivillige har erfaring med vejledning af personer i svære situationer, men er ikke uddannede psykologer.

English:

For more in-depth info about Det Bløde Rum and our meetings visit our website: https://www.detbloederum.com/

We will be talking about how to stay safe and what safety means. We are going to share experiences and talk about things that work and things that don't work. We will also talk about why safety is so important.

We are going to take short and long breaks depending on everyone's needs. There will be vegan snacks, tea and coffee.
You can bring food if you want.

You are welcome to join just one time or every week for as long as you feel a need to come. You are welcome to bring close friends or people that you trust. Children younger than 13 will have to be accompanied by an adult.

The event will be in Danish or English - whichever makes the most sense with the participants. All our events are free.

Det Bløde Rum is run by volunteers. The group is not meant to function as a substitute for therapy, but is a project that focuses on giving the participants the opportunity to create a support network with each other. Some of the volunteers have counselling experience, but are not psychologists.

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