FREE Zoom Webinar – 8th April, 11am to 12noon
THIS WEBINAR WILL HELP YOU TO:
- Understand some practical ways to feel more grounded. You will be led through a practical grounding exercise that will help restore balance and flow to the body, enabling you to feel more grounded, present and relaxed.
- Understand how anxiety is showing up for you in your body, interactions, thoughts, feelings, somatic sensation and behaviour.
- Learn and practice basic emotional release techniques (EFT tapping) to soothe anxious feelings and help restore balance and flow to the body.
- Explore sources of self-care.
- Understand the 4 ‘Life positions’ of the ‘OK Corral’ by Claude Steiner and how you can reframe/adapt your thinking in times of stress and crisis to move forward.
- Understand Eric Berne’s theory of ‘strokes’ and ways you can give and receive positive strokes to help you feel connected at this time of physical disconnection.
This is a sibling collaboration bringing together deep understanding and experience around human behaviour combined with practical strategies.
We will be considering ideas from 3 different psychotherapy approaches to help us understand our thoughts, feelings and behaviours and the subconscious meanings and motivations.
Taking these theories, we will be seeking to explore useful strategies to help us adapt and thrive during this time of change and uncertainty.
The 3 psychotherapy schools of thought are:
- Energy psychotherapy
- Attachment theory
- Transactional Analysis
HOW TO REGISTER
Please email Madeline Longshaw for a Zoom link: email@example.com
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
Louise O’Connell BACP accredited Psychotherapist and Counsellor. www.louisecounselling.com
Louise is an experienced BACP accredited Psychotherapist and Counsellor. After undertaking 4 years intensive training in integrative psychotherapy at Guildford University she went on to do further training in energy Psychotherapy, attachment theory and mindfulness
She has been in private practice for 9 years. She works with a variety of issues including: depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, bereavement, relationship difficulties and adapting to change. As well as running her private practice she has worked as a Counsellor at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital Trust in London and as a counsellor and clinical supervisor for an organisation based in Windsor. Prior to being a Psychotherapist, she spent 18 years in cancer and palliative care nursing.
Madeline Longshaw PGDip Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy. www.longshawconsultinggroup.co.uk/about-us/
Madeline has spent 30 years in the corporate arena, working as both a Manager and more latterly as an Executive Coach and Leadership Facilitator. Her early experience included 11 years working in Human Resources Management roles within British Airways and Prudential Plc. She then moved to consulting where she successfully led a variety of organisational restructuring and transition projects across both private and public sectors.
From consulting she re-trained as a Psychotherapist and Coach and decided to shift her career more towards enabling Leaders and aspiring leaders to be the best they can be. Madeline is a widely experienced facilitator of leadership, coaching, managing change and transitions and talent programmes.