Monthly Meetings

Our Monthly Meetings take place on the third Thursday of most months at

The Assembly Room (First Floor)
in The Council House, North Street, Chichester

We are delighted to be able to confirm that our future Monthly Meetings will be in person at the Assembly Rooms. We have had more than a year of Zoom meetings and some interesting and entertaining speakers, but now is the right time to venture out and meet face to face. There will be excellent measures to ensure the continuing safety of our members and we do hope many of you will feel able to join us once more. Details of requirements will accompany the bulletin notice prior to each meeting, in order to track any changes we may need to put in place.

We have a new Speakers Team who are putting together a programme of varied topics. Information about these will be available below, in the events calendar, and in the fortnighly bulletins, in order for you to be able to plan ahead.

If you think you can offer help in any of these areas connected with our Monthly Meetings please contact me here and we’ll get back to you. You may be able to help occasionally at a meeting, even once a year would be more than acceptable and you would be very welcome.

The forthcoming meetings are listed below – click the link for more details of each month’s talk and location. Details are also included in the Bulletin email sent out to members.

Forthcoming Events

July Monthly Meeting will take place on 21 July 2022 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
at The Assembly Room

    Our July speaker is Kate Delaney, a Wellness Coach, Mindfulness Trainer and Clinical Hypnotherapist.

Kate Delaney’s talk to U3A will focus on Hypnotherapy. She will address some of the myths regarding hypnosis, explain the therapeutic uses of hypnotherapy, including some case histories, and she will also carry out a small demonstration. The coaching process she uses is based on the principle that our unconscious mind is the root cause of most of our problems in life. The work she does is carried out in a natural, conversational way so that the client can feel comfortable and explore issues at their own pace. Kate has found this approach to be incredibly versatile and effective over the years. The process enables you to identify and change how unconscious triggers can influence your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

This promises to be fascinating, as hypnotherapy is often confused with stage hypnosis where subjects may lose control or be asked to cluck and flap like a chicken. This is far removed from hypnotherapy.If you would like to read more about Kate, you can visit her website at .

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