Liverpool: ‘Cafe Psychologique’ Invites All To Monthly Event

Cafe Psychologique is a space to talk about life from a psychological perspective, with several Cafes running throughout the country.
There are some trained professionals at the Cafe but no lectures or seminars, instead ideas are dropped into the group to stimulate thought and discussion.
It’s a forum with an open invitation to everyone to come and give their thoughts on the topic being discussed.
It’s a relaxed informal atmosphere.

The next Cafe is Wednesday 31st May (6.30pm-8pm).

The title is “The hat or the heart: what does it mean to have a home?”
It will be exploring issues such as the changing concept of a home, homelessness, and how this affects people’s well-being.
However, the direction of conversation depends entirely on those attending.
The Brink, Liverpool.
Monthly on Wednesday at 6.30pm, £2 on the door (£5 with food provided – arrive at 6pm).
More information: or 0151 703 0582

The aim of the Cafe is to include as many perspectives as possible to promote rich discussion.

It would be fantastic if people came to share their views.

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