Please visit soon to discover more workshops coming this autumn.

Previous workshops we have hosted included:-

Exploring the Trauma of Love | with guest Ruth Culver (Calmheart)
This experiential one day workshop will reveal the hidden dynamics in a family and how early bonding and childhood experiences leave imprints on mind, body and personality.  This affects our ability to trust ourselves, and impacts all our later relationships with partners, children, siblings, colleagues and friends as well as our health and choices in life.Based on the work of psychotherapist, Bert Hellinger Constellation work which is an effective therapeutic process that helps to break destructive family patterns of unhappiness, with many of us unconsciously “taking on” destructive family patterns of anxiety, depression, anger, guilt, aloneness, alcoholism and even illness as a way of “belonging” in our families.

“Thank you for a very informative, well-organised facilitated course”.
“An excellent facilitator and presenter, inspiring!”


Understanding Adolescents | with guest Diana Samuels (Young Herts Minds)
This course has been developed to help parents, therapists and anyone working with adolescents to navigate and explore inside the mind of teenagers.  The pressures of modern day life can affect a child’s mental wellbeing, from struggling in class to falling out with friends. It is estimated that 50% of all mental health problems are established by the age of 14 and 75% by the age of 24.

” Excellent day of informative, invaluable information that I can cascade back to colleagues at school”.


Working Therapeutically with people with learning disabilities | with guest  Rosie Creer  (Respond charity)
Respond has been offering creative therapeutic interventions to people with learning disabilities for many years and as a consequence we have developed a training course for therapists and other professionals working in the field. The program offers trainees alternative ways of working therapeutically with people with learning disabilities who have been abused or experienced trauma.  


A Fresh Look at Mental Disorders & Psychopathology | with guest Dr Sean Cross (Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist)
What does modern psychiatry look like today? The world of therapy and psychiatry were once closely aligned but now many therapists can have little or no knowledge of modern psychiatry despite the fact that clients may have a psychiatric history or diagnosed disorder.


Mindfulness Workshop | with guest Andrew Cunningham (Clinical Hypnotherapist)
Participants will be guided through the experience of Mindfulness in its different forms and find enjoyment and pleasure in its application. There will be discussions on the ideas behind Mindfulness, the concept of ‘being in the moment’ and the use of the senses to be more ‘in the now’.