Workshops & presentations

Valuing Clinical Insights

The power of ‘Experiential Wisdom’ for therapists

A workshop for Counsellors, Therapists and Psychologists.
Insights and ‘aha’ moments in counselling conversations often provide transformational moments for our clients. Sadly, clinicians rarely pause to reflect on the powerful role of their passing comments and wise remarks in prompting therapeutic change.
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Valuing Personal Wisdom and Insight

A workshop for anyone interested in using structured reflection to consider their personal wisdom about life.
This popular workshop is designed to encourage participants to reflect purposefully about their key learnings in life. It is based on the highly regarded book The Power of the Second Question: finding simple truths for complex lives (Exisle 2014).
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Balancing Pleasure and Achievement in Your Life

A workshop for anyone interested in lifestyle balance
This popular workshop is open to anyone who is keen to review the balance of their lives. It is based on When Happiness is not Enough: Balancing Pleasure and Achievement in your Life, the acclaimed self-help book released by Exisle Publishing in 2011.
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Using Myers Briggs Personality Inventory (MBTI) to understand yourself and your team

In this introductory half-day workshop, Chris reviews the Myers Briggs Personality Type model, and clearly explains the characteristics of its four main dichotomies. Chris is a fully qualified trainer in presenting and interpreting the MBTI, having been accredited since 2002.
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Balancing Pleasure and Achievement in the Workplace

A workshop for organisations and working groups
This popular workshop is open to anyone who is keen to review the balance of their lives. It is based on When Happiness is not Enough: Balancing Pleasure and Achievement in your Life, the acclaimed self-help book released by Exisle Publishing in 2011.
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Assertive Communication in the Workplace

Interacting confidently with substance and style
We are often required to interact assertively in the workplace. We need to communicate with purpose as we resolve conflict, manage teams, and set clear expectations for our colleagues. Sometimes, we have to make a stand and assert our position clearly. Sometimes, we have to give difficult feedback or raise difficult issues.
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