Presentations

Presentations at the Autumn 2019 ChangeCamp on Saturday 12th October 2019.

  • Presentation: A Clean Space Exploration Matthew Hudson

    Image by PIRO4D from Pixabay In this workshop you will experience the fundamentals of David Grove’s ‘Clean Space’ methodology, Clean Space is based on the idea that spatial relationships can have psychological and symbolic meaning. We will be using only a few simple instructions and some key questions in order that you will be able to explore ...

  • Presentation: An Autumn Retreat In Mind Chris Forrester

    Image by Valentin Sabau from Pixabay As the seasons change it’s time to turn our attention yet again to the opportunities and gifts of Autumn ahead. Where has 2019 gone? It’s been such a busy year! Does it feel like there’s been no time to stop and catch your breath. What with juggling family, home, ...

  • Presentation: Changing Unhelpful Memories Harry Knox

    Some of us can have memories that cause us pain, sadness or other unwelcome feelings. This workshop looks at how, by using the merging of sub modality changes and the swish pattern, it is relatively easy to alter / erase these unhelpful memories. As usual Harry will be ensuring fun, so bring along any memories you wish ...

  • Presentation: Discovering Our Secret Selves Lou Close

    We are all multi-layered and bring all of our selves into every relationship, whether we mean to or not! We all have secret or hidden parts of our personalities representing many different aspects of ourselves, some of which we know and choose to keep secret from other people, others keep themselves hidden for much of the time, even from us. All of ...

  • Presentation: Exploring the Dynamics of Attachment in Adult Life Eliane Meyer

    The McCluskey Model The McCluskey model seeks to address the fact that while we work in jobs that require us to respond to the needs of others, too often we don’t create the conditions to support our own personal and psychological development. Our childhood experiences of careseeking and caregiving: our experience of attachment, shape our approach to ...

  • 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: How To Manage Your Inner Tortoise Nancy Radford

    How to manage yourselves (and others) who default to tortoise mode when unwanted change or conflict is on the horizon. In my previous ChangeCamp session on managing your emotions in conflict, most of the tools were for managing anger. This year, I’ll concentrate on tools to help you manage fearful and anxious reactions to conflict. So instead of ...

  • Presentation: Impostor Syndrome Beverly Sherratt

    Let’s start with – YOU ARE GOOD ENOUGH! Do you: Struggle to take ownership of your success, feeling like a fraud? Think you’re not worthy of your success? Attribute success to luck or other forces outside your control, rather than your own effort, dedication, and intelligence? Think people won’t pay what you should really charge so you price lower? All these ...

  • Presentation: Simple Tapping For Stress Relief Andy Hunt

    Image by Pedro Figueras from Pixabay Sometimes life can be stressful and distressing. If you would like to learn a simple way to reduce your levels of stress and distress then this short introduction to Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) or “Tapping” might be just what you need. EFT is a deceptively simple process that literally taps into the ...

  • Presentation: 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. ...

  • Presentation: Taming The Tiger Within Nancy Radford

    Harnessing and Managing Anger As an accredited and experienced workplace and civil mediator, I come across a lot of angry people. Understanding why we revert to tiger mode when threatened or offended is the first step towards harnessing and managing anger. After explaining the process, I will teach some techniques that I use to calm myself ...

  • Presentation: The Listening Space Tamsin Hartley

    Image by StockSnap from Pixabay 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 ...

  • Presentation: Understanding and Developing Your Emotional Intelligence Keith Adams

    Image by Magic Creative from Pixabay Are you working on your Emotional Intelligence (EI) skills? No! Then this workshop could be for you. Research has shown that people with high levels of emotional intelligence enjoy more satisfying wellbeing, careers and relationships. If you wish to enhance your ability to perceive emotions, access and generate ...

  • Presentation: Using Narrative In Coaching Jane Steed

    Story telling is part of what it means to be human. We are natural story tellers, passing on important lessons through folklore and story since ancient times. In modern times, the best novels and films are narratives that reveal meaning to us that shifts our perspective. In our organisations and ...

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