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Letting Go of Stress and Build Resilient and Happier Families
May 9th | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0
Standard £15 Members £5
Improve your mental health and wellbeing in this parent/carer focuse workshop with coach Jan Carpenter.
To be a great parent and carer, you have to know how to look after your own wellbeing first in order to create the best mindset and resilience required to bring up great children.
In this workshop, you willl learn how your brainwaves can impact the way you communicate with your children/ those under your care and how to get into the creative, mindful and compassionate brainwave zone.
You will find out about two tools. First, a new biological healing technique that is being used to let go of unwanted and unresolved emotions and second, how to train your brainwaves so that you can bring your best to any parental/caring situation.
You will experience a guided visualisation during the session leaving you feeling relaxed.
The session will also give you an introductory awareness of these tools enough for you to start practicing them on yourself and even, perhaps, take your awareness to another level.
What are people saying about recent events by Turn Over a New LEAF?
“I attended a workshop on building better communication and relationships in family’s in January 2019. Jan talked at length about the stress of modern parenting and how the Havening technique can aid you along the way … the workshop caused me to think deeply about the way I interact with my children and family… I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Jan’s workshop, I found it informative and enlightening.” – Fleur.F
“I heard about this workshop and was intrigued about how to build resilience against the ever increasing stress that interrupts family harmony. I was not dissappointed and I found Jan an engaging speaker and extremely knowledgable on his subject. He explained, demonstrated just how powerful the tools can be. I will be looking out for future workshops.” – Michelle.B
“It was a really beautiful experience, I had a bit of stress and emotions that have eased up a bit, since then i have let go of an inner sense of a negative emotion thats been with me for a while” – Rhishika.D
ABOUT Jan Carpenter
Jan is a husband and father of 2 tweenage and primary school age children. He has two decades of experience as a social worker, specialising in leadership roles as well as protecting adults from oppression and abuse and working with people with mental health needs. Since 1998, Jan has worked with a variety of personal and business clients dealing with the simple to the complex range of circumstances, social and health conditions. This has given him a unique wealth of experience and confidence when working across a variety of workplace environments, social complexity, limiting beliefs and ‘dis-ease’.
Through his organisation Turn Over a New Leaf, Jan takes the following approach:
- Using Havening Techniques® to release, let go and rewire responses, leaving you with the capacity to empower yourself
- Using a blend of Havening, Brain Wave training, and NLP tools and techniques to help you apply different ways of thinking and frames of mind to embolden, energise and inspire.
- Increasing your sense of curiosity, exploration and fun, Jan works with you to set challenges for yourself. Develop understanding and change through doing.
- Integrating the 8 pillars of Flourishing to ensure your humans needs are met in balance for improved well being and happiness
Using the tools that Turn Over A New Leaf offers Jan has helped people lift a number of life constraining conditions, leaving them feeling happier, ‘lighter’ and with greater well being. Among the conditions he has helped treat are insomnia, persistent worry, disturbing night terrors, severe hayfever, social anxiety, anxiety, early childhood trauma causing relationship issues, severe anxiety due to historical domestic violence, weight loss issues, chronic pain due to serious accidents, depression and anxiety symptoms stemming from bereavement, alcohol dependence, sibling rivalry, autoimmune symptoms.