Sally Tissington is an artist and published writer who works using expressive writing and art for well being. She has taught students at the University of Warwick and at Coventry University and her courses have included Creative Writing, Creativity and Play and Writing in the Community. She now works for Warwick Headway, alongside survivors of brain injury where she is running a year long art and creative writing project which will culminate in a film made by the group.
Her own courses in writing for wellbeing begin in January 2020 at the Sydni Centre in Leamington. Details of these courses are here .
Sally has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia, in addition to an MA in Fine Art from the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design. Having moved into a more therapeutic space she is currently studying an MSc in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes at the Metanoia Institute.