Tracy Emin is a controversial artist. Her turner prize nominated work, My Bed often evokes strong reactions from art lovers and loathers. The artwork itself cannot be categorised as unsuccessful, each way you assess My Bed it is has over achieved.
The course will be starting near the end of April beginning of May, for further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
At Liverpool YMCA we take the psychological well being of our residents extremely seriously. As a result we have worked hard to develop our staff with Cognitive Analytical Behaviour skills. To find out more information about CAT at Liverpool YMCA you can follow us on Twitter @CAT_LYMCA and read the article here
Liverpool YMCA staff members Judith McLaine, Sean Butler, Claire Ellis and Julian Riley are proud to have worked with Dr Karen Shannon in writing an article which has been published in Reformulation, the official news letter for the Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy. The article focuses on the psychologically informed case management work that has been on-going over the last…
Matty has been stationed on the front desk at The City of Liverpool YMCA for many years; he is the stable, trusted and reliable face of the service Liverpool YMCA provides for the City. A few years back he was part of a drama workshop, staff and residents used improvisation and poetry to express their thoughts,…
A very warm welcome to you all and thank you for joining us on this cold, dark November evening. 2016 is a very special year for Liverpool YMCA as it marks our 170th birthday. As a proud third
Currently we have some exciting job opportunities to work here at Liverpool YMCA or within our Consortia. Please click on Work For Us to view our current vacancies.
Liverpool YMCA provides residents with the chance to attend The Lakeside Residential that the organisation holds three times per year. This includes a three night stay at YMCA Lakeside located on the shores of Windermere, where they can engage and take part in outdoor activities.
This year Liverpool YMCA celebrated its 170th anniversary, and this year I became the chaplain to this extraordinary community. My role is to listen, support, care and gently question – to be there for everyone in the organisation regardless of faith or belief
Liverpool YMCA Stepping Stones is a brand new project in partnership with “Merseycare” we are a 10 bed mixed unit of males and females that receive clients directly from hospital who are dealing with complex mental health issues.