ChangeCamp is a day packed full of interesting and valuable seminars, presentations and workshops on all types of psychological change work. It is a great opportunity to try out new things and meet new people who are interested in the fascinating world of self-development and change.
Stay tuned to the website for information about presentations and the event as a whole.
Rob returns to deliver this thought-provoking session again after the positive feedback he received five years ago. This is an experiential exploration of happiness with an interesting twist.
A life changing session when fully engaged with.
“I don’t want to give too much away about the session, but its a unique opportunity to experience the findings of some American research and will be ideal for those who have the courage to savour an unforgettable experience.
Useful for anyone interested in personal development, the here and now, and really living. All participants must bring a pen, an open mind, a willingness to develop and a mobile phone.
I will supply letter paper, compassion and enthusiasm :-)”
My neighbour’s dogs never stop barking; I’m going to have to talk to her.
I was wrong, I’ve got to apologise.
OMG! I’ve got that awkward client this afternoon.
A difficult conversations is anything you find it hard to talk about. So, what to do? Avoid or confront? Whatever, you will probably be anxious and stressed as you make up your mind.
This workshop explores what makes conversations difficult, why we avoid them, and why we often handle them badly. It applies to how we deal with children, parents, landlords, tenants, clients, customers, friends, team members, patients, employees, your boss and colleagues of any kind.
will consider the tools for effectively engaging in a difficult
conversation. The outcome will give you the confidence to turn future
difficult conversations into positive outcomes”.
“Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.”
There is so much clarity in recognising what matters to us most, and recognising how that looks and feels in ‘real life’.
Discovering our values is a starting point for defining how we want to feel and what we want to create in our lives. Also the places where we are acting from obligation, from ‘shoulds’, ‘oughts’ and ‘have tos’.
You are cordially invited to come and explore what matters most to you in a reflective, friendly space – this session will be interactive, pragmatic, and immediately applicable to your life.
The session will also include a light overview of Dr Brené Brown’s research into courage and vulnerability.
Inside out parenting from the heart, not the head.
We can never have an amazing relationship with our children when we lose connection.
It is so easy to lose the way with our child or parent by following the wrong advise no matter how well meaning it may be. We all have our own innate spark, our wisdom, that will guide us through the storms of parenting.
By learning to parent from the inside out, not the outside in we can reconnect and become a family once again.