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London Bridge Incident – 29th November 2019

London Bridge Incident – 29th November 2019

Message from Samantha Downie, WPF Therapy CEO
 
Today’s incident at London Bridge was both upsetting and disruptive, for many of us it feels bitterly familiar.
 
Today and over the weekend we will focus on how best to immediately absorb what has happened and manage the impact.
 
But next week we will think again about how best to offer support in a time of crisis, and how to ensure those that need it have an ongoing space to process and heal.
 
I wish you all a weekend that is safe and restorative.

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