ARE YOU AGED 18-30, LOOKING TO MAKE A CAREER OUT OF YOUR TALENT, MONETISE YOUR PRACTICE AND STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD?

OUR NEW SERIES OF EVENTS WILL EQUIP YOU WITH ALL THE TOOLS YOU NEED TO BE SUCCESSFULLY SELF-MADE.

JOIN US FOR: Self-Made: Self-care

What is the project about?
Whether you’re a musician, performer, journalist, graphic designer, filmmaker or part of any other area within the creative industries, this panel could be for you. In this event, our panel of experts will be discussing self-care and taking care of your mental health as a freelancer or entrepreneur in the Creative Industry. Self Made: Self Care is designed to give practical tips from creative industry experts who have faced similar challenges.

Ever struggle with burn out, feeling the pressure, or juggling multiple jobs? We’ll be discussing top tips for maintaining your well-being and developing personal resilience within a high-pressured industry.

After the panel discussion, there will be a facilitated networking session.

What will I get from taking part?

Tips for managing your wellbeing and developing personal resilience
The opportunity to hear industry professionals talking about their experience
Develop your network

Panelists

Hosted by Sabrina Grant, Television Presenter
Sabrina currently presents an award-winning returning consumer series for Channel 4, ‘Supershoppers’. Sabrina’s journey started behind the scenes, working her way up from a production runner on hit shows like Big Brother, Britain’s Got Talent & The Voice UK. The start of this year saw Sabrina front her very own solo primetime show for Channel 4, ‘Secret Lives of Slim People’.

Lucy Sheridan, The Comparison Coach
Lucy Sheridan is the World’s first and only Comparison Coach. Signed to Gleam Titles and noted as one of the UK’s most successful coaches by The Times, she’s on a mission to cure comparison.

Denise Sherwood, Counsellor
Denise Devenish is a BACP registered counsellor running her own private practice in central London, offering a specialist service for people who work in the music industry. An advocate for mental health and wellbeing in the music industry, Denise is also a spokesperson for Help Musicians Uk, and works on the healthy touring programme with The British Association of Performing Arts Medicine.

Kavina Upadhyay, Roundhouse Learning & Youth Support Manager
Kavina Upadhyay is the Learning & Youth Support Manager at the Roundhouse and has worked extensively across the charity sector for the last ten years, with a focus on young people. The majority of her role is overseeing the welfare offer for young creatives aged 11 to 25.

More panellists to be announced

Do I need any particular skills or experience to take part?
no

Is there anything I need to bring or wear?
no

How to Enrol or apply:
Enrol online using the button at the top on the page.

How do I pay for this project?
You can pay online by enrolling above. If you require further assistance with payment, you can also visit us in person or call us on 0300 6789 222 (option 4). We are open Tue – Fri 9.30am – 9pm and Sat – Mon 9.30am – 5pm. For further details see How to Enrol.

I’m not sure I can afford to take part…
If you need help to pay for things like project fees, transport or childcare, we can help. Find out how you can get support..

If you are using a bursary to pay for the project, please ensure you arrange this with the Advice Base with plenty of time before the start of the project.

I have additional needs. Can I still take part?
We have places available on all our projects for individuals with additional needs.Get in touch so that we can discuss your requirements and do our best in supporting you.

Where is the project taking place?
Sackler Studios