Presentations

Presentations at the Spring 2017 ChangeCamp on Saturday 18th March, 2017.

  • 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: Conflict And Unwanted Change Nancy Radford

    Evolution hardwired us to react to change and conflict with the fight, flight or freeze response. But the world has moved on, and this instinctive response often ends up making the situation worse. The physical dangers and stresses of the past have morphed into more intellectual and emotional challenges which require brain not brawn. Yet for most of ...

  • Presentation: Create Your Own Calmness Karen Mills

    Most of us will have memories of situations when we wished that we could have been more calm and even remembering experiences from the past can stir feelings and emotions which we would rather not have. This can sometimes effect current experiences or make us feel anxious about future situations. When we restore calmness, we can interact ...

  • Presentation: Create Your Own Confidence Karen Mills

    Most of us may have had times where we wish we had been able to be more confident in a situation. It may have been at a job interview, completing a presentation, talking to someone, learning a new skill or being able to start a new venture. Often when we look back at situations that have happened ...

  • Presentation: Havening Techniques® Carol Robertson

    Havening Techniques®: “a better life through neuroscience.” Havening Techniques® were researched, created, and being continually developed the two brothers, Dr Ronald Ruden and Dr Steven Ruden. These methods of trauma release have been built up from a scientific basis, and their foundation is in evolutionary biology. Havening occurs from a neuroscientific perspective, and has resulted in the development ...

  • Presentation: How To Be A Better Listener Keith Adams

    Studies reveal that most people spend as much as 90% of their working days in one of the four modes of communication: writing, reading, speaking and listening. Of these four we devote more than half our time to listening. Yet we do not listen well! Millions of pounds are lost because of ineffective listening. Poor listening leads to assumptions ...

  • Presentation: Introducing Rising Strong Jacqui Sjenitzer

    Rising Strong is a strategy and model for failing and getting back up again, based on the research of Dr Brene Brown. The physics of vulnerability is simple: If we are brave enough often enough, we will fall. Rising Strong is a book about what it takes to get back up and how owning our stories of ...

  • Presentation: Introduction To Mindfulness Jackie Wilkinson

    Do you ever wonder where you life is going? Do you rush about from one thing to another feeling stressed? Pause for a moment. Wake up to being alive and discover the joy of being present in your life. Experience the world afresh through your senses. In this practical workshop we’ll do some mindfulness of breath, mindful movement and mindful ...

  • 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: Is Your Life In Need Of A ‘Wellness Boost’? Jayne Caldwell

    We all understand that wellness….. happiness….. is the way. We do, right? And yet, we often still don’t practice what we preach, or walk our talk, or just give ourselves enough time and space and awareness to enjoy ‘wellness’, or the state of ‘feeling happy’. In fact, as you are reading this, perhaps you can become more aware ...

  • Presentation: Spring Into Life Chris Forrester

    As ever we’re ready to put the spring back into life at 2017 Change Camp. Once again, The Retreat People, Chris & Sue would love you to join us at our mini Relaxation Retreat taster session at the end of the day of your Spring Change Camp. There’s no better time for a fresh start & to ...

  • Presentation: Tapping Into Resilience Heather Carter

    How do you deal with life’s little irritations? Many of us try to turn a blind eye, maybe distract ourselves with food, tobacco, alcohol, television, technology or busyness, so that we no longer recognise when we are stressed; we believe we have to just carry on, get over it, try harder. Maybe we get criticised – ...

  • Presentation: Tapping Into Your Shadow Andy Hunt

    Have you noticed that people can be very annoying? They keep doing and sayings things that upset and disturb us. The psychologist Carl Jung suggested that, in spite of all appearances, that which annoys us doesn’t reside the other person it resides in ourselves. He suggested that the people that annoy us represent for us parts of our disowned ...

  • Presentation: We Are All Natural Hypnotists John Clark

    Of the many treatments available to help people change, hypnosis is probably the one therapy that causes the most anticipation/anxiety/intrigue. Yet, the component parts of hypnosis are used by most individuals – children and adults, on a daily basis, without them realising it. Media groups and advertisers are especially skillful at using hypnosis to get their ...

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