Storytelling is a powerful tool in Bangladeshi culture often used to explore family histories, connecting loved ones to glimpses of past experience which is sometimes traumatic. In this two-day workshop, participants will be supported to use storytelling as a form of therapy, in which the tree becomes a metaphor for a person's life. Facilitated by Dr. Romena Toki, Clinical Psychologist, the workshop aims to support participants to tell their story in a way that makes them stronger.
Session one: Saturday 15 May 10.30-4.00pm
Session two: Sunday 16 May 10.30-3.00pm
Spaces are limited and participants must be able to commit to both sessions. Please sign up to sessions by emailing email@example.com Sessions will be held on zoom.You will receive details a few days prior to the sessions.
Bangladesh 50 Years
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the independence of Bangladesh, Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives is proud to present a programme of free online events exploring the connections between the War of Independence in 1971 and the local community here in the East End. All events are free and take place between March and May 2021.