Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Workplace Relaxation Techniques

Date: 19-Jan-17 to 19-Jan-17
Location: Witney Business and Innovation Centre / United Kingdom
Category: Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Conferences & Trade Fairs

THE SIMPLE SCIENCE OF BEING HUMAN: "WHY DOES MY BRAIN DO THAT?" One Day Workshop: 19th January 2017 from 10am – 2pm  Venue: Witney Business Innovation Centre, Windrush Industrial Park, Witney, Oxfordshire. OX29 7DX. Tel: 01993 848200  Delivered by: Elizabeth McVeigh (Zephyr Coaching and Consultancy) Email: elizabeth.mcveigh@zephyrcoaching.co.uk  Web: www.zephyrcoaching.co.uk. Tel no: 07710621572
Cost: £100 per person including lunch. Please contact Elizabeth McVeigh for payment and bookings.  The human species is neither a robot or a Dalai lama - and put us in the executive workplace, and, well, that's even more true, and we become a 'cavemen in a suit', (and I'm directly quoting a neuroscientist there). 
We humans are majestic, and we rule the world, but we also have an innate and primal capacity to cause ourselves a lot of unnecessary upsetness in response to benign non-events. But we can uncause our upset by learning new practical skills in self management through cognitive science with a dash of neuroscience.
My flexible module seminars and workshops introduce best practice strategies and applications for self awareness and regulation and management of our amazing brain and central nervous system. It's fast, it's fun, it's effective. It's a science, believe it.
I change the focus from therapy to 'LEARNING AND DOING'. Taking therapy out of the counselling rooms and demystifying neuroscience - for effective executive personal and professional development. It is NOT group therapy, it is not 'depression training', it is not 'sickness training', it is practical brain training, to improve wellbeing in all measures for engaged learners.
ONE DAY WORKSHOP AIM:  - To give learners an engaging non-therapy introduction to evidence based psychotherapy (CBT) & evolutionary psychology – enabling understanding and management of how we think and feel and behave - for new skills in self management. (Email to request a full itemised session plan)

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