Struggling with feelings like stress, pain, fatigue or anxiety? Overwhelmed by your feelings? Want to learn the essential skills for self-care and good health?
At the First Aid for Feelings workshop, you can learn your First Aid for Feelings and how to build your own First Aid Kit for Feelings.
What you will learn
How do you respond to feelings like pain, fatigue, stress and anxiety? Learn why you respond the way you do and what you can do about it.
Learn to be more compassionate to yourself. Develop a better working relationship with your inner critic and learn how to strengthen your inner coach.
Learn the technique that helps you make better choices when you’re struggling with your feelings (like pain, fatigue, stress and anxiety).
Reading and responding to feelings
Feelings are information: learn how to decipher the clues and take the action that delivers what you need.
Building better habits
Learn practical tips and tools to train your brain to embed new behaviours that help you physical, mental and social health.
Your First Aid Kit for Feelings
Learn how to stock your kit with meaningful, helpful tools, tips and things.
Curious about why you need to learn First Aid for Feelings? Find out more here.
Join an open workshop
This one day workshop is available online and is delivered through zoom. The one day workshop starts at 10 am and finishes at 5 pm with a one hour break for lunch and breaks mid morning and afternoon.
The workshop has a mixture of teaching and interactive components so that you can explore what you’re learning in different ways.
We recognise the commitment you are making and want to reassure you that if it doesn’t feel helpful for you, we will refund your fee in full
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Want a bespoke workshop
We offer a bespoke workshop for groups and companies. Get in touch to discuss how we can tailor the workshop to best suit you and your colleagues. We have delivered this workshop to peer groups (like therapists and sign language interpreters) as well as social enterprises and commercial companies.