Presentations

Presentations at the Autumn 2018 ChangeCamp on Saturday 13th October 2018.

  • Presentation: An Autumn Retreat In Mind Chris Forrester

    What a wonderful Summer! But as the seasons change it’s time to turn our attention yet again to the opportunities and gifts of Autumn ahead. It seems that in a blink of an eye 2018 has run away with us it’s been such a busy year. It can feel like there’s been no time to stop and ...

  • Presentation: Brief Grief Therapy Harry Knox

    Death is part of life and bereavement is universal. Most of us manage to find our way through our loss and pick up the pieces of our lives. For some of us however, the way out seems eternal and a belief can develop that there can be, or will be, no way out for them. In this workshop, ...

  • Presentation: Building Boundaries By Saying No Nicely Nancy Radford

    Good fences make good neighbours, good boundaries build good relationships Mediators often describe themselves as breaking down walls and building bridges. So why do I think boundaries are important? One of the most common causes of conflict is unclear boundaries or where someone has crossed a boundary. Broken promises or unfulfilled expectations are examples of where a line ...

  • Presentation: Drawing Out The Child In You Bernadette Hunt

    This presentation is all about exploring your personality through simple drawing and writing exercises. Using Star-Wave Drawing, a simple technique developed by an educational psychologist and family therapist you can draw out the child in you and explore what you learn through the lens of Transactional Analysis (a social psychology exploring relationship interactions). By the end of ...

  • Presentation: Freeing Your Mind Of Negative Thoughts Lou Laggan

    ‘There is nothing good or bad but thinking makes it so’ William Shakespeare Does your inner critic say you’re not good enough? Does your head fill up with negative thoughts whenever you are trying something new or challenging? Do these thoughts pop into your head: “That’s never going to work.” “I’m going to fail.” “I don’t deserve to be successful.” “Everyone will laugh at ...

  • Presentation: Get Going! Jane Steed

    The rules of motivation – A Life Clubs Workshop hosted by Jane Steed We are born motivated – we teach ourselves to walk and talk and we naturally learn and want to advance forward. But, as time goes on, fear, doubt and laziness creep in. It’s only when you have discovered what motivates you that you’ll ...

  • Presentation: Havening Power Circle Carol Robertson

    An opportunity to explore the practical use of Havening Techniques Join this workshop and learn how to use Havening to empower yourself and others in practical, effective and comfortable ways. Our focus will be on exploring how we can change our perspective and emotional responses more easily and pleasantly than we might imagine; and in increasing ...

  • Presentation: Introduction to Solution Focused Brief Therapy John Wheeler

    Solution-focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) takes a particular interest in what’s working people’s lives, as opposed to what isn’t. This information often helps people to work out how to change the parts of their lives that aren’t running so well. The most specific definition of the approach is attributed to Steve deShazer and Insoo Kim Berg. Along with ...

  • Presentation: Resilience Is Dead Nigel Hetherington

    A completely overrated presentation where you will gain nothing! I am going to suggest that many people, including myself harbour two things. One is problems, the other is desires. Nothing wrong with either. It’s just the way of life. But when either one or both of these two become an irritant there really are issues. In this workshop ...

  • Presentation: Self-Care For Carers Using EFT Heather Carter

    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, ...

  • Presentation: The Low Down On Mood Keith Adams

    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 ...

  • Presentation: The Solution Workshop Harry Knox

    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 ...

  • Tapping Into And With Intention Andy Hunt

    EFT or Tapping is well known is a powerful way to relieve emotional problems and limiting beliefs. ‘Intention Tapping’, created by Australian psychologist and tapper Steve Wells, is a very different way of using tapping to work with the challenges (aka problems) in our lives. This process does not focus on our problems themselves, but our emotional ...

  • The Listening Space Tamsin Hartley

    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 ...

Disclaimer

1. ChangeCamp is an educational event designed to let you know about different psychological change-work processes.  The information presented in each workshop represents the view of the presenter and may not necessarily match those of Andy Hunt.

2. The information presented in the workshops is educational in nature and is not intended as a substitute for training or personal therapy.

3. In attending this event you agree to take care of you own emotional and psychological well-being.

4. Each presenter is responsible for the content and conduct of their workshops. Andy Hunt does not accept responsibility for the actions of the other presenters and their presentations.

5. By attending the event you agree to these conditions