Date(s) - 20/03/2015
8:45 am - 4:00 pm
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Are you longing to reconnect to some important missing parts of yourself?
Would you like more joy and spontaneity in your life?
Do you long to feel more at home in the world?
“if you own the story you get to write the ending”
This series of One-day Workshops offers a journey of self-connection and integration:
RE-PARENTING YOUR INNER CHILD:
If you have learned ways of treating and relating to yourself that do not serve you now your chance to up skill your inner parent. By learning how to relate to your inner child in a more loving and protective way you can ‘get on your own side’ and enrich your life and relationships immeasurably.
The Nurturing Parent: developing self-empathy
Do you struggle to identify your feelings and needs?
Is it easier to take care of others/ get them to take care of you, than to take care of yourself?
This workshop will help you to develop your capacity to appreciate, understand and take care of yourself and enrich your life.
Friday 20th March
The Inner Protective Parent: creating safety
Friday 17th April
Disarming the Inner Critic: daring greatly
Friday 15th May 12th June
Healing the Past: Changing Relational Images
Friday 12th June
The Playful Child: practicing acceptance
Friday 24th July
The Creative Child: building trust
Friday 21st August
The Spiritual Child: knowingness & belonging
Friday 18th September
We will use powerful Inner Child healing processes (inspired by the work of Lucia Cappachione), and exercises influenced by Mindfulness practice, Non-violent Communication, Expressive Arts Therapy and the work of Brene Brown, Harriet Lerner & the Stone Centre, to establish a safe and creative space in which to engage new experiences.
Katy Menell is a registered counsellor with a background in Inner Child work and expressive arts therapy that has inspired her to create spaces for others to use the power of their imagination to change their lives.
Comments from past participants:
” Katy created a safe space for us to share at whatever level we felt able. The activities really were enlightening and gently but surely shifted me emotionally and in terms of hope”
“I learned so much in one day. There are things I have come to understand regarding why I do or did what I did. I also see that I don’t need to walk around with feelings of guilt and shame for the way I handled things in the past. I can learn from them and move on”.
“Just the most wonderful series of workshops ever. Katy held the space so beautifully and the impact of this series has already been profound.”
Bookings are closed for this event.