Self-esteem: The how of valuing ourselves
How we value ourselves is at the heart of our relationship with others. When we don’t recognise our value, it is a challenge to learn from our mistakes and appreciate our successes. When our self-esteem is high we manage life’s challenges appropriately and have more satisfying contact with others. We can become our best friend and wisest counsel. How to maintain a satisfying relationship with ourselves is the focus of this workshop.
In this workshop we will use formative work, paired exercises, visualisations and individual work to explore how participants move between low and high self-esteem. The workshop provides many useful tools for maintaining a positive sense of self-worth.
The workshop is limited to 10 participants.
To book a place on the workshop, please send a cheque for the full amount to Gill Doust at Spectrum or alternatively contact Gill for her bank details.
If you would like further information or if you have not worked with Gill before, please contact her on 020 8341 9168 or firstname.lastname@example.org or through the Spectrum website www.spectrumtherapy.co.uk.
About the host
Gill’s work centres on dialogue and relationship with the individual and draws on humanistic approaches to therapy including formative psychology, gestalt therapy and transactional analysis.
She specialises in working with women, family work, separation and identity, and how we increase and maintain self esteem.