Free Self Esteem Workshop

Many people would welcome the opportunity to feel more self-confident and experience more happiness in their lives. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in “positive psychology”, which places an emphasis on helping everyone get more from life. This is a new development as in the past psychology has been focussed mainly on helping only people suffering from mental health issues such as depression.

Melody Cheal is in the final stages of a Masters Degree in Applied Positive Psychology. Her dissertation research involves two 1 day workshops and she needs some participants. The purpose of the workshop is to demonstrate that NLP can improve self-esteem and general well-being. It is aimed at non-clinical populations, this means people who would like to feel better about themselves and who are not currently in therapy or on medication. Previous knowledge of NLP is not required.  Please feel free to share details of the workshops with anyone you think might be interested.

Free Places are available for sixty people on workshops designed to improve self-esteem and well-being. Participants will be offered the choice of attending on either Saturday 9th August or Saturday 4th October. Applicants must be over eighteen and in good health. This workshop is not suitable for anyone taking medication for mental health issues or currently in therapy. All participants will be required to complete short questionnaires measuring self-esteem, well-being and optimism on three separate days and may be asked to complete a short half page reflection on their experience of the workshop.

Both workshops will be held at The Forest Centre, Marston Vale Millennium Country Park, Marston Moretaine near Bedford. The centre provides spacious workshop rooms, plenty of parking, a restaurant and a beautiful natural setting ideal for a workshop of this nature.

If you would like to apply for a place on either 9th August or 4th October contact Melody Cheal by clicking here to email her or telephone The GWiz Learning Partnership on 01767 640956.

Places will be limited so early booking is advised.