The Apricot Centre is doing everything it can to help deliver local fresh food to the community. We have however now hit the capacity for what we can deliver and therefore will not be able to accept new orders for the time being. We still have a limited number of places available for the following groups: - self-isolating WITH symptoms - self-isolating due to underlying health problems - over 70's who have difficulties accessing shopping - key workers (as defined in the government guidelines)
If you fall into one of these groups, you are welcome to create an account and order. Following that please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know so that I can try and put your order as a priority (and I will try to let your order go through) until we have reached our ultimate maximum capacity.
For others, we wil have a waiting list for new orders, so we would encourage you to create an account and order the items that you would like. We will then put these orders on hold and then let you know. We will then reinstate these orders on a first come first served basis as availability arises, and we will inform you that we are ready to deliver to you. We are working to try and increase our capacity but we need to hold out at the current number for the weeks commencing 23rd March and 30th March.
Thank you for your support and understanding
The Apricot Centre Team
We are pleased to work in collaboration or inspired by the following inspiring organisations and individuals:
Dr Gary Reiss - Dr. Gary Reiss holds an LCSW, PhD., and is a certified trainer in Process-oriented Psychology. Gary has a private practice in Eugene and Portland, Oregon, has been Director of Rivers Way Community Clinic in Portland for 20 years, and teaches Process oriented Psychology worldwide, now actively teaching in 17 countries. He is a senior faculty member at the Process Work Institute, and brings 40 plus years’ experience to his work. His specialties include family therapy, sex therapy, working with coma patients, Worldwork in hot spots in the world, organizational development, and integrating Process Work with different spiritual traditions.
Dr Arnold and Amy Mindell - Amy and Arny are often keynote speakers at international conferences on therapy, psychology, physics, business, organizational change and conflict work and have been on local and international radio and TV in many many countries. Arny has been interviewed by many magazines including Newsweek. They work together as a team, teaching, doing townhall meetings, and working on conflict resolution and organizational development projects for small and large businesses, cities, and Aboriginal communities. They have been resident teachers at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, Ca. Members of Aboriginal Australian, African, Canadian, and US communities as well as quantum physicists, relativity experts, and modern psychologists have applauded Arny and Amy’s trans-disciplinary work.They worked with the United Nation’s UNESCO teaching conflict and open forum facilitation. Amy and Arny have demonstrated their new "721" feedback method for the American Chamber of Commerce.