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Mail: 14 Catherine St, Glebe, NSW, 2037
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Well for Life, 2/35 Hume St, Crows Nest NSW
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WellSpring Centre - 10 Y Street, Ashburton VIC
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Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength.
We all worry at times; in fact, mild and passing anxiety is a useful signal to warn of danger and point toward action, enhance performance and activate motivation. However, the distress of more intense and chronic anxiety steals away joy and optimism and the pleasures of thriving in life and feeling well and content. In recent times mindfulness-based therapy has become a significant therapeutic tool for understanding and overcoming anxiety. Mindfulness, the deliberate practice of being present to life as it unfolds moment to moment, invites us into deep connection and familiarity with ourselves and in turn helps us nourish, calm and ease in mind and body. Understanding the anxious brain through the lens of mindfulness offers new insights into the clinical approach to transforming the distress of anxiety while specific and sustained practices of mindfulness directly influence the psychological and physiological regulation of difficult emotions. Mindfulness practices offer the encouragement to move toward a calmer mind which in turn opens the door to greater balance, participation and choice in life. We are invited to discover the unique voice of our being uninhibited by anxiety and fear.
This two day workshop offers a creative pathway to learning mindfulness. A theoretical foundation will be offered as a contextual frame for understanding mindfulness as a tool for overcoming anxiety but most learning will come through immersion in creative and mindfulness practices. Learning through doing is at the heart of this workshop. Each practice supports the applied understanding of mindfulness in one's own life and as therapeutic tool in work with clients. Inviting mindfulness into our therapeutic work offers a tool for healing and transformation and is a source of nourishment and aliveness for both the therapist and the client.
All those working with anxious adults and adolescents. Psychologists, social workers, counsellors, psychotherapists, pastoral workers, other allied health professionals and students who are interested in incorporating elements of mindfulness into therapeutic work. Provisional psychologists can attend at student rates.
Sabina Rabold M.Couns., Dip. Hom., DRM, CM CAPA, CM PACFA, AABCAP
19-20 March 2019
29-30 October 2019
Well for Life
2/35 Hume St, Crows Nest NSW 2065. It is a short walk from St Leonards Train Station and there is a parking station nearby.
Included in the workshop price:
Regular Price $660
Early Bird $630 (paid 2 months prior to workshop)
Student Price $560
Student Early Bird $530 (paid 2 months prior to workshop)
Send us an email requesting an invoice via the contact page with your name, the dates and name of course/courses you'd like to do and the name of your organisation who you want us to invoice and we will send you an organisational invoice and a registration form.
The training workshop was..
√..totally exceeding of my expectations! Thank you.
√..valuable learning which builds on what I know and will be very useful in client work as well as personal development.
√..Sabina was well organised and enabled easy learning. Her guided practice flowed efficiently and her teaching was very effective.
√..really enjoyable - I got a lot out of it. Thank you for sharing your practice and skills so generously with us.
√..Sabina is a brilliant presenter!
√..great facilitation and group connection.
√..learnt heaps - can not wait to take this out to work.
√..really valued consolidating ideas for application in clinical work as well as building personal resources.