This workshop will look at the different tools, techniques and approaches we can use when working with clients, colleagues, family members or even ourselves.
I would like this to be a workshop that enables participants to find a workable solution/approach to a current issue that they are dealing with.
This means that I do not know what processes we will be covering until the issues are raised at the workshop.
‘O what joy this will be for me, and you as well’.
Being a carer can be hard work, physically and emotionally.
While it can’t help much with the physical parts of caring, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT/Tapping), a simple self-help approach, can help ease the emotional strain of caring for others.
In this workshop Heather Carter will touch on facing the big emotions such as: guilt, anger, resentment, fear, helplessness, loss, grief, feeling invisible, being taken for granted, other people’s expectations, personal expectations, financial hardship, lack of time for self and feeling selfish for minding.
This presentation reflects Heather’s current situation so it is offered from her lived experience and what she has learned.
A short introduction to EFT will be included so you don’t need any prior knowledge of tapping to take part in this presentation.
These are challenging times. Life can trip you up anytime it fancies, making you feel sad, low and depressed.
But don’t panic! Feeling low is not necessarily a bad thing.
You can’t feel joy if you’ve never felt sorrow. You wouldn’t be human if you didn’t experience a range of emotions.
This participative workshop gives the low-down on mood. It is based on Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Act 2, scene 2 – “There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so.”
Shakespeare knew that it is not what happens to you, it’s how you interpret it. So, we are going to peek at how you interpret a situation, your thoughts and emotions. Then you can become aware of your negative behaviour patterns and change them – and do more of the things that make you feel happy!
Presentation based on Dr Jessamy Hibberd & Jo Usmar’s “This Book will Make You Happy”
This experiential session will introduce you to The Listening Space – a structured process in which one person facilitates another to explore an issue that is on their mind, using a combination of repeating back their words and a specific set of Clean questions. This could be anything from a problem they would like to gain clarity on to a creative idea they want to develop.
Clean questions can be used to focus on the metaphors that people use to express themselves. When this happens people experience being listened to at a very deep level and can be facilitated to make transformative and long-lasting changes.
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) / Tapping is a simple self help process that’s easy to learn and easy to use.
We all find ourselves in stressful situations where we would like to feel more resourceful.
Perhaps we want to be calmer instead of anxious, confident instead of uncertain, excited instead of intimidated.
In this presentation Andy Hunt AAMET Master EFT Trainer will introduce you to tapping and show you how to use a simple two stage process to feel better about situations we find stressful.
All you need are your fingertips, a stressful situation and a desire to be able to change how you feel in that situation.
No previous experience of EFT required.