Inner Child Awareness and Experience
10:00am - 4:00pm
NWCH, Unit 9, Allenby Business Park, Crofton Road Lincoln LN3 4NL
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This is a highly experiential day that will challenge you to truly connect with your inner child, giving them a voice! Fun and freedom, yet with a powerful underlying message of how this translates into working with clients.
Abuse can have long term effects on the victim and those around them. How do we work with this?
The Inner Child Awareness and Experience workshop covers:
Theoretical base behind inner child work - giving it structure so you gain awareness and understanding of techniques and research in this field
Experiential - Identifying and listening to the inner child, implementing some of the techniques learned.
Creative and fun - working with the inner child.
Feedback from previous workshops includes:
I finally found out what it means to connect and understand my inner child and I how to safely use this with my clients
The theory is informative, plus I learned to play again. And loved it!
Very interesting. Totally liberating
I think absolutely everyone should do a course like this. It brought me to life.
I did a similarly named training, but this is in a totally different league. It was brilliant. Brilliant!
To enhance your experience on the day, it will help if you are able to bring a teddy bear of your choice and a photograph of yourself as a child aged around seven years old.
Cancellations / Refunds
Fees paid are fully refundable up to and including 14 days before the event
If you cancel within 13 days or less of the event, your fee is non-refundable
Lunch / Drinks
Please bring your own pack up lunch
If you wish NWCH to provide a buffet lunch (range of sandwiches, etc.) this will be an additional £7.50 – payable when booking your course.
For specific dietary requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
NWCH will provide hot and cold drinks and biscuits at every course, at no additional cost
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