Learning outcomes from the event
- Familiarity with the main principles of the book “The Compassionate Mind” by Paul Gilbert
- Knowing how to develop compassion for yourself and others.
- Reflection on how you care for yourself
- Understanding how our brains have developed to have a fast-acting threat-response which can be a source of anxiety, depression and aggression
- Learn how developing compassion can help calming this threat system and increase contentment
- Practice techniques to develop compassion for self and others
NB Some participants may wish to read the book beforehand, but this is not necessary.
Rachel Weiss MBACP (Accred), ICF (ACC), is an accredited counsellor and coach. Rachel started as a humanistic counsellor and became more eclectic or integrated (!) in her practice as she matured, adding some CBT training along the way. Rachel then trained as a coach, building on her counselling skills and now coaches managers and private individuals to help them learn and develop.
£80 if paid in advance or £85 at the door.
Refreshments, snacks, handouts and CPD certificate are included in the price.
Note – lunch is not included.
How do I register?
Above or by requesting and registration form from email@example.com.
Minimum and Maximum numbers: Min 10 – Max 20 Please note that these workshops are subject to cancellation if we do not reach the minimum numbers requried to make it viable.
The Sharing Space
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When & Where
Greenwood Events organises affordable workshops for counsellors in Scotland. Go to www.greenwoodevents.co.uk for further information or contact email@example.com.