New Headway Art Group

We are in the process of setting up a new Headway Art Group.

This group will work differently to our current group- it would be a series of 5 or 6 sessions focusing on one thing (e.g. collage, printing, painting, drawing).

At the end of the series of sessions people can sign up for further sessions, but the waiting list would be managed so that new people always get priority. The group will only be open to people not in the afternoon Art Group. This would mean that there would be a regular turnover of people in the group.

The room used will be on the ground floor of the building.

If you are interested sign up with us now- there will be a limited number of places in the group each time it runs.

The first series of sessions will be on the idea of Collage. 

It will start on March 15th and run on Thursday mornings.

Sign up now by emailing me at

Research into self compassion. Win £50!!

We received this email which I wanted to share with you- it’s on an interesting research project about self compassion after brain injury. You also have the opportunity to win £50 if you complete it.

Dear Headway Glasgow

I am a third year clinical psychology doctorate student at the University of Liverpool and I am currently in the recruitment stage of my thesis. My project is exploring the relationship between self-compassion and emotional distress in people with lived experience of traumatic brain injury. The study is an online questionnaire so can be available to people nationwide. There is also a prize draw for all participants who complete the study in which 10 people will win a £50 voucher which will be emailed to them.

I was wondering if this is something your group would be happy to share on your social media and/or possibly email to potentially interested parties?

I have recently been in touch with Headway UK who have approved this project and are happy for me to be contacting the independent groups.

If you would like to share this on social media or email it out to potentially interested parties, the link for the live questionnaire is here> CLICK

Thanks in anticipation, 

Cerian Jackson

Trainee Clinical Psychologist

University of Liverpool


Headway and Huntington’s Ceilidh Night

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Our friends at the Scottish Huntington’s Association have kindly invited us to join their Ceilidh evening at Pollokshaws Burgh Halls on Saturday 17th March 2018.

A night of Ceilidh Dancing… Bringing cultures from around the world together through dance and music. Saturday 17 March falls on St Patrick’s day, so, no matter if you want to celebrate or not, you can come along and have a good old knees up.

The venue has been used to film Outlander, Still Game and Strictly Come Dancing and hosts a lovely dance floor…

Pop up bar with all drinks £3 and soft drinks £1
Children welcome!

Where: Pollokshaws Burgh Halls    2025 Pollokshaws Road, G43 1NE Glasgow, United Kingdom

When: Saturday 17th March: 7.30pm til 11.30pm

Tickets: £8   (under 16’s go free.)   Buy in advance or pay on the door

The proceeds of tickets sold by us will go towards Headway Glasgow funds.


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