COPE group meetings

After the well deserved rest in the summer, the COPE group has resumed meeting in September.

You can see future dates on the COPE page – click here.

Please, get in touch if you are interested.





After the first series of facilitated conversations about the post pandemic future, we are even more aware of the importance of this space. 
It is vital that we talk together about our future and how we envisage it. The present is rife with painful and urgent issues and the past is far from healed. It is up to us to decide what we want to carry forward and what to leave behind. 
We are inviting you to join us in conversation to connect together and to ‘dream the future’ we want to see. If we are to create it, first we need to imagine it. 
We aim to bring together our experiences of these big changes in our lives and share with each other 1. 
what am I learning from current challenges, and 2. how will it help me to go forward. Facilitated by Lea Misan and Eva Vohlidkova.

Future dates will be announced soon. 

We are meeting on zoom. Join us if you can.
​Registrations f
ree, donations welcome.





26 Nov 2020, on zoom, 7 – 9pm.

Women only.  Email to register. £25 – concessions available, please, ask.

Interactive workshop focused on your own experiences.


We started planning these workshops before the Coronavirus pandemic. A lot has changed in the world since March 2020.

How are we experiencing our power now? How do I know I have power? Do you feel in charge, creative, centred? Or are we all tired, feeling isolated and not so much in control?

     Many people feel awkward focusing on their own power. But we believe – and previous workshops showed us – that it does not have to be. Getting in touch with our own power supports us and makes us resilient. It enables us to take action and gives us courage ‘to be me’.

What if we collectively tuned into our own power and resilience, could this support individual and collective change? Where is this needed in ourselves and in the world?

 Together we will bring attention to these dynamics and our diversity, exploring how they affect us personally.

        We will offer new and creative ways informed by Processwork (Process Oriented Psychology) for noticing your experiences more, valuing your journey and empowering yourself around your decision-making process and your personal growth.


CAROL Hardy is a counsellor, Processwork trainee psychotherapist.

EVA Vohlidkova is a certified coach, psychologist and Processwork trainee psychotherapist.

REGISTRATIONS and for more info:;

Zoom link will be sent to registered participants.




Women and Power, Women and Silence.

 You can read more about the pilot workshop here.         



Brexit Britain and the European Union: ‘Falling Apart – Coming Together’

2nd in the series of facilitated conversations by Deep Democracy Forum

Can we have a conversation that respects each of our different points of view? Can we restore communication? Repair relationships? Rebuild community?

18 January 2020, 3-6pm

Venue: The Grayston Centre, 28 Charles Sq, London N1 6HT

Brexit Britain and the European Union: ‘Falling Apart – Coming Together’ 

Facilitated conversation by Deep Democracy Forum

about the impact current events are having on us. 

9 November 2019 

Venue: 74 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London  W5 2DD

You can read more in our blog.








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