Presentations

Presentations at the Autumn 2017 ChangeCamp on Saturday 21st October, 2017.

  • Presentation: Autumn Relaxation Retreat Chris Forrester

    Where has the Summer gone? Hard to believe that Autumn is with us yet again. We know just how hectic & busy 2017 has been. There’s never been a moment to just stop & think! The Retreat People believe that the ability to relax, let go & just experience living in the moment – even for a ...

  • 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: Create Your Master Dream List Keith Adams

    “Go Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams.  Live the Life You’ve Imagined” – Henry David Thoreau To create change in your life the first thing you must do is dream! Dream of your future.  Dream of what you want. Imagine your life as you feel it ought to be lived. Why?  Because dreams shape goals! Goals drive us forward. In goal-setting, the reason ...

  • 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 last 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: How To Stop Shoulding On Yourself Andy Hunt

    Are you shoulding on yourself? Are you telling yourself all day, every day, what you should be doing (and feeling bad about what you haven’t done? Sometimes we have so many ‘shoulds’ it’s difficult to know what we want. A should is a rule you ‘should’ live up to, a demand you ‘should’ meet, an expectation of how ...

  • Presentation: Introduction To Mindfulness Karen Hughes

    What is mindfulness? What are the benefits of practising mindfulness? In this introduction we will explore how we can engage in mindfulness in every day life to help us savour and enjoy our lives We’ll look at self awareness and recognition of our thought processes, enabling realisation of when we’re slipping into the past or future and how ...

  • 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: Learn About The Havening Techniques® Carol Robertson

    Learn about the Havening Techniques® with one of the first certified practitioners and trainers in the world, Carol Robertson PhD. Gain an understanding of how these gentle and seemingly simple processes work biologically, via our electrical and chemical systems. And find out how the change in our neurology alters our emotional and physical responses and facilitates our ability to relax, ...

  • Presentation: Lighten Your Mood This Winter With EFT Heather Carter

    Are you sad? Or what I really mean to say is: Are you a SAD sufferer? Do you dread the shortening days, the darkening evenings, that sense of everything closing in on you as you wait for the light to come back? Do you have Seasonal Affective Disorder (whether diagnosed or not). If so, I would like to ...

  • Presentation: Rapid Pain Elimination Jay Arnott

    Pain Victims Needed! In this workshop we will explore the relationship of the power of the mind on the body. You will learn how the body stores pain and how we can work with our unconscious mind to get agreement and completely erase the old pain completely. I also intend to demonstrate (with a willing participant) how to ...

  • Presentation: Self Care And Kindness Karen Mills

    It​ ​ is​ ​ important​ ​ to​ ​ us​ ​ to​ ​ be​ ​ able​ ​ to​ ​ manage​ ​ our​ ​ own​ ​ well-being.​ ​ ​ It​ ​ enables​ ​ us​ ​ to​ ​ function effectively​ ​ and​ ​ be​ ​ more​ ​ resilient​ ​ when​ ​ we​ ​ need​ ​ to​ ​ be. Sometimes,​ ​ ...

  • Presentation: Sports Psychology For Wellness Coaching Jackie Wilkinson

    Come and avail yourself of the mental management tools used by top sports performers. Whatever you want to achieve, there will be a mental component. Harness the power of your mind to maximise your chance of success whether in sport, business or health. In this practical session you’ll have the chance try out some techniques that you can ...

  • Presentation: The Balanced Mind-Body Diet Satu Eleftheropoulou

    You may have heard about the benefits of a balanced diet? In this workshop we are looking at what activities, when consistently present in our everyday life, build up towards and increase our balanced Mind-Body well-being and resilience. I wonder where do you feel your thoughts. Where do you think your feelings can be found? How about your bodily ...

  • Presentation: The Listening Circle Tahira Aslam

    To really listen to another human being is an art. An art that we can all learn. Whatever is on your mind or in your heart, the circle wants to hear it. We are built to take in each other’s experiences, to bear witness to one another. To learn, grow and deepen our connections with self and others, ...

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