Call out for participants for arts in health research project

Roehampton University is seeking participants for a research project commissioned by Moving Pieces that will investigate the potential benefit of their approach to people living with medically unexplained symptoms.

Moving Pieces Collective is an arts in health theatre organisation founded and directed by Charlie Blowers, an experienced arts psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, Feldenkrais practitioner, and performing artist.

The research project offers an opportunity to both collaborate in an interdisciplinary art-science research process and to potentially find new ways of living with medically unexplained symptoms. 

If you are living with medically unexplained symptoms, or know of others who may be interested in and benefit from this research, visit the Moving Pieces website, or contact Eszter Iva by email at ivane1@roehampton.ac.uk.

Eszter will conduct the research, she is a registered dance movement psychotherapist and research student at Roehampton University. All enquiries will be treated with the strictest of confidence. 
 
Charlie will facilitate the practice-based aspect of the research.