Connect and Network Online
There are many ways to engage with PETT - and by nurturing communication and exchange between and amongst us all, we can each help to develop a community closely joined together in support of planned environments and our mutual heritage.
- You can follow our activity on Facebook or Twitter, where we also engage with other people and projects, constantly opening up new possibilties with even more far-reaching networks. Use the slider tabs above right to connect, or click on the links in the text just above.
- You can also join others in the PETTConnect email discussion group, which is a friendly a place to share ideas, discuss the work, and comment on any issues or topics that are raised.
- Or, subscribe to our eNewsletter to receive regular news updates straight to your email inbox.
Join the PETTConnect email discussion group
PETTConnect is an email group for members of schools and communities which have archives in the Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive, as well as students, researchers and professionals who wish to work together to network, learn, promote understanding, explore, support P.E.T.T., support one another, develop projects and programmes, and engage generally in the work of the Trust and the wider development of its possibilities.
PETTConnect is a online community email discussion group created to develop an ongoing conversation between the Trust and everyone who would like to see it become an ever more effective resource. It's as simple as that! At any one time it can be a forum for the exchange of information, a sandbox for ideas and potential projects, or a two-way lobbying device.
By signing up, you'll receive and be able to send emails to everyone else in the group (details of individuals' emails are kept private) opening up exciting opportunities for exchange and conversation.
Subscribe to our occasional eNewsletter
Keep up to date with announcements and emerging events and opportunities in the wider world of therapeutic environments as well as the work and experiences here at the Planned Environment Therapy Trust.
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