Stop the clock: it’s time for you

Do you struggle to find the time to do the things that refresh you or spend time with the friends and family you love? Do you feel you are constantly fixing things for everyone around you, always get things wrong or question your worth? This workshop is for you.

For many of us, putting ourselves on the list of priorities is difficult. But when we do the results can be incredible, for ourselves, our family and friends, and at work. This workshop will help you begin the process of change.

At the end of the workshop, you will have uncovered some of what may be stopping you from putting yourself in the mix. You will also know about some of the most basic but crucial factors in self-care. You will have begun to build your own, personal resources and finally you will have made an active to commitment to making and sustaining change.

Knowing and experiencing are quite different. As a result, the workshop is experiential in nature, giving you a taste of what self-care could feel like.

A maximum of 12 participants is welcomed to each workshop, the number being limited to make sure each participant receives the support and space they need to participate as fully as they feel able.

A maximum of 12 participants is welcomed to each workshop, the number being limited to make sure each participant receives the support and space they need to participate as fully as they feel able.

WHY ME?

I have the unusual combination of psychotherapeutic training and nearly 30 years in PR and communication. Offering a safe environment and a genuine interest in you, I will make sure you have the space to explore your own experience and support you as you develop your action plan for change.
I am a member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and adhere to the Code of Practice of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy.
I am committed to my own personal and professional development, regularly attending clinical supervision and further training programmes.

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