Appreciating who I am
Do you feel the need to take time out, slow down and take stock? You may be seeking clearer direction or personal fulfilment, greater authenticity or more spontaneity – or all of these things!
This personal insight weekend, 'The Stories We Tell', is an opportunity to reflect on your life stories – where you’ve come from, where you are now, and what’s important to you. By exploring your interpretation of these stories or experiences, you will learn more about how you might be holding yourself back in life, and how you can connect better with yourself and others.
On the first of the series of 'The Stories We Tell' workshop you will be exploring new and creative ways of dealing with the changes and challenges you face. You will look at how to find greater meaning and purpose, and develop self-acceptance and compassion, so that you can become more fully the person you really are.
We use writing and other creative tools – such as metaphor, symbols and visualisations – to encourage you to explore your stories in a playful and imaginative way. This workshop is about being curious, pushing the boundaries, and sharing experiences (but only as much or as little as you want). We work in small groups of up to 12 and aim to create a safe and supportive environment for personal exploration.
We want you to leave feeling enriched and expanded – and above all to have fun in the process!
'The Stories We Tell' weekends are open to anyone who is looking for personal or professional development. We can provide attendance certificates for those using the workshop for CPD purposes.
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“Thank you so very much for one of the most insightful weekends I have ever had.” Miranda McHardy, counsellor.
“Memorable, challenging, rewarding, joyous – thanks for a remarkable weekend.” Jennie Macfie, writer and producer.
“You created a very special environment for us to explore our stories and I felt safe, heard and respected.” Julia Melville, counsellor.
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