Successful Recovery from Harmful/Difficult Relationships Empowerment Workshop and follow-on self-study course on November 4th 2023, and the follow-up 15 hours of self-study and activities, you will focus on understanding and then addressing how to build a recovery from damaging relationships. The programme is based on your empowerment, providing you with understandings, knowledge, skills, and tools to help jump start self-healing skills and processes. This includes:
- How to understand what happened to you through finding out about coercive control, abuse, and trauma and how these can affect us all after a bad relationship.
- How to identify and tackle issues of negative thinking, self-criticism, and feelings of ‘not being enough’, for instance, using cognitive behavioural and other techniques,
- How to use relaxation, meditation and very basic self-hypnosis, and other techniques to address difficult feelings and situations and calm your mind to address with stress and anxiety,
- How to harness self-compassion to support feeling better day-by-day,
- How to better identify and protect yourself from negative relationships in the future (remembering that you are never to blame for the abuse of others, but on some occasions, there are indicators that can alert you to potential problems).
You will learn some ideas within the full group of participants and then will break up into smaller groups with your tutor for the day. You will get the chance to meet new people, share and network and learn skills to help you recover from damaging relationships.
The Venue – Where does the day workshop take place?
Tel +44 (0) 1785 762605 https://www.yarnfieldpark.com
What does the Programme Price Include?
- Full day attendance at Yarnfield Park, Stone, Staffordshire, 10-6pm.
- Traditional and herbal teas, coffee, and water throughout the day.
- Pens and stationery for use during the workshop.
- Lunch at the cafeteria at Yarnfield Park.
- All the activities of the day, working in the main group and with your tutor in a smaller learning group.
- Car parking at Yarnfield Park.