Our next workshop is on Saturday 25th April and will be about understanding and working with shame and guilt.
Do you see clients who:
- Carry around the weight of things they have done in their past?
- Find themselves addicted to social media and its judgement?
- Are crippled by fear of what other people think of them?
- Are trapped in self-imposed isolation?
- Feel ashamed of their bodies?
This workshop will be exploring feelings of shame and guilt – how they manifest, where they come from, what the difference is between them.
Specifically, we will focus on how shame and guilt appear in us in the modern world, focused through the lens of social media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat etc.
We will look at the influence of childhood experiences at home and at school and the effect of significant events and people in our adult life.
The day will be interactive with some practical activities and case study work. There will be opportunities to network with other counsellors from a variety of placements and practices and a lovely cold buffet lunch is included in the price.
Get in touch if you’d like to discuss or want to book your place – we keep numbers small so everyone can get the most from the day so don’t delay. We will accept post-dated cheques to reserve your place.
Saturday 25th April 2020
Easton on the Hill Village Hall, New Road, Easton on the Hill, PE9 3NN
10am – 4.00pm (9.30am registration and coffee)
Cost: £70.00 includes refreshments and light lunch.