Keeping Calm – Face to Face Suspended as part of COVID 19 – See Below for new online group workshops
See below for COVID 19 workshop delivery availability
This workshop comes with a money back guarantee
This course gives you the opportunity to explore your emotions and how you manage them in a small group environment. We cover aspects of stress management, emotional resilience, anger management and historical trauma. You will gain insight into your own emotional well-being, along with greater understanding of your empathy and listening skills with others. The course addresses self-esteem and anger and is suitable both for the overly aggressive and the overly passive individual. You will learn practical strategies and tools to help you control and manage your emotions in a healthy way, and resolve conflict in a calm way.
There are many reasons for people to attend this course: to improve current relationships, to assist in parenting, to prepare for a future relationship, and for personal development. We are able to provide course reports to any referring agencies or solicitors too.
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Our clients report post workshop benefits to include feeling calmer; behaving in a healthily assertive way; better self understanding; less stress; healthier self esteem; less judgemental & critical of others; more empathetic towards others; able to talk about their feelings, should they choose to; Understand that they are not abnormal;Feel like a nicer person
The fee includes over 21 hours group work, refreshments, a certificate of attendance and follow-up phone and email support. Times vary slightly for each date but are generally Friday 6-9pm, Saturday 9am – 6pm and Sunday 9am – 5pm. To book a place @ £597, choose a date and venue and fill in the booking form below. We will contact you shortly to ensure the course is right for you, and to arrange payment. If you have any queries, just call or email.
Note: Occasionally people attend because they have been ordered to by a court. We are happy to accept these bookings. It may be that you will need additional support such as a written report submitted to the court. For that, there will be an additional charge which we are happy to discuss with you before you commit.
Keeping Calm Intensive Weekend Course Dates
Note: Employers wishing to send employees on this workshop please call Julian Hall on 01332 869211 to confirm suitability and availability
COVID 19 Workshops Delivery
We are not expecting to deliver any face to face group workshops until at east 13th – 15th November (and this is doubtful). Under these uncertain times we are experiencing an increase in demand for this workshop so we have taken it online. Below is the dates and modules that will be covered as a group using online workshop and breakout rooms.
Please note: Purchasing this workshop is a commitment to full attendance. This is not a “pick which modules suit you” offer. Building and working with a group and committing to that is part of the learning experience.
If you feel you, or you employee, requires focused support in one area contact us on email@example.com to enquire about one to one availability.
Cost remains the same at £597.00 each session bar the st is 3 hours with a 15 min break built in
|Dates & timing||Module|
|9th June 6pm – 9pm||Introductions, ground rules & Anger and Us|
|16th June 6pm – 9pm||Changing our relationship with stress|
|23rd June 6pm – 9pm||Dealing with Feelings & Our Judgemental Side|
|30th June 6pm – 9pm||Building Self Esteem & Not Taking Things Personally|
|7th July 6pm – 9pm||Relationship with shame & Other Conflict Tripwires|
|14th July 6pm – 9pm||Unhealthy Anger & How to Express Healthily|
|21st July 6pm-9pm||The Past & it’s relationship with The Present|
|28th July 6pm-9pm||Drawing it all together and moving on|
The next workshop dates will start from September 22nd
This is more than an anger management class. It equips you to deal with life’s ups and downs and to develop your emotional strength from a place of awareness and self understanding