CALM THE CHAOS OF THE CREATIVE MIND
FOR THERAPISTS AND PROFESSIONALS
A ONE-DAY WORKSHOP WITH RENÉE VAN DER VLOODT
SATURDAY 4TH NOVEMBER 9.30AM – 4.30PM
REGENT'S COLLEGE, LONDON
The talents of the creative mind are more called for than ever before.
Many creative children however, do not get recognised as such and fall by the wayside before their lives have fully begun. Creative adults often fall far short of fulfilling their potential as they struggle with anxiety, stress, depression, addiction and the shame of it all. The cost to the economy through sick leave and illness is huge.
This workshop gives an opportunity to consider more fully what ‘creativity’ means.
You will learn to:
- recognise your right-brain creative clients more quickly, as well as their common vulnerabilities;
- identity their talents and teach them to express these more consistently;
- help them deal with their inner turbulence, self-doubt and harsh inner critic, to develop a more positive sense of self;
- identify patterned compulsive behaviour and explore ways to break out of these shackles;
- steer a path between rigidity and chaos;
- help them improve their relationships, and much more.
Creative people are often not recognised as such, by themselves or others.
This workshop aims to raise awareness of the talent and its accompanying vulnerability and share ideas on how to improve the mental wellbeing and long-term resilience of the Creative Mind, so that it can live a more worthy and rewarding life.
BOOK YOUR PLACE TODAY
9.30am - 4.30pm, Saturday 4th November Regent’s College, London
Early Bird Price: £125.00 (Book BEFORE 29th September)
Standard Price: £150.00
Special Price for NCH Members: £125.00
Contact Carole Samuda if you would like to book over the phone or have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org // 01420 543365
Over the last 35 years I have worked as an educator, coach, therapist and trainer. I have also brought stress management to schools and the workplace – and have trained other therapists and coaching professionals, both in the UK and abroad.
My practice is informed by the latest scientific understanding of how mind-body-emotions interact. I am a Human Givens practitioner (PSA accredited), Fellow of the HGI, and taught the Human Givens Diploma. I have trained with Dr Michael Yapko, done online CPD via the NIACBM in the US and am currently enrolled in the Mindful Self-Compassion Teacher Training course.
My special interest is in the creative mind and hands-on learners, having started life as an art historian and working for BBC TV.