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    Seymour Park Community Primary School

    Northumberland Road


    M16 9QE

    United Kingdom

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    About this event

    "Authenticity is a collection of choices that we have to make every day. It's about the choice to show up and be real. The choice to be honest. The choice to let our true selves be seen" (Brene Brown)

    Each workshop will provide space to reflect, share & connect with other Mums then learn a practical tool to support you in everyday parenting.

    Bring a notebook, pen & your willingness to be real.

    week 1

    Pressure - recognising our inner demands & accusations

    week 2

    Overwhelm - uncovering what's causing our mental stress & getting clear

    week 3

    Self doubt - noticing our inner critic

    week 4

    Self Esteem - finding what robs us of it & how we regain it

    weeks 5 & 6

    Purpose - Staying focused on what's important

    “This course uses materials that were developed by K. Bradford Brown and W. Roy Whitten for the More To Life Program.” For more details visit More To Life

    Why attend?

    We all want to make a change in one way or another

    change a situation

    change someone else

    change ourselves

    Letting go & moving on - During lockdown we all experienced moments, events, circumstances that we didn't want and didn't expect to happen. Whether losing your job, losing your temper or losing your motivation it all had an impact. Taking the opportunity to explore this impact means you can move on and let go of beliefs and behaviour that are no longer serving you.

    A space for you- In the busyness of life we often forget to make time to stop, notice and reflect on how we really are. This simple practice can lead to greater happiness and wellbeing.

    A space for connection - When we hear others' stories and experiences we learn about ourselves and connect with others in a meaningful way.

    What to expect

    • A 2 hour workshop with a small group in Old Trafford, led by experienced facilitators.
    • Space to explore the impact specific events have had on your self esteem and how this may still be affecting you.
    • Sharing, listening to each other and simple writing exercises.
    • Learn techniques proven to help you identify patterns of self-criticism and create mental clarity.

    Feedback from previous participants

    "Gave me useful reflective time and great to learn from others. I learned more about myself and it felt good to talk and share. I would definitely recommend it. It was very interactive and helpful."
    "This gave me the chance to stop and really think in the middle of my busy life about what makes me happy and when I'm not. I think the course would be very beneficial to a lot of people."
    "​Taking a step back gave me the opportunity to think about and review life situations makes me realise that a lot of what I don't feel good about is in my head. It helped me recognise that early enough to make a change."

    When and Where

    Friday 25th June 9.00-11.15am - Seymour Park Community Primary School, Northumberland Rd, M16 9QE

    Your facilitators

    Jolene Sheehan and Claire Trivino are fun, friendly, people loving facilitators. They bring their 30+ years of teaching, therapy, leading, creating & performing to their work as Joy Ethic.

    This workshop can be a one off session and can also serve as an introduction to a 5 week self esteem course.

    We will be accepting donations to cover the cost of the workshop.

    For more information contact or visit

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