Interactive workshops to be held at Noah’s Ark Centre, once a month, with a different overarching theme each month.
These will provide an opportunity to discuss hypothetical/anonymised cases relating to the workshop theme. Workshops will be led by Alosa Kaimacuata or Natalie Wilkins; both with extensive experience of counselling children and young people.
The workshops are suitable for any professional working in the field of emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people – e.g. counsellors, school staff, social workers, family support workers etc., and will have elements of theory; participation; interaction, experiential learning and supervision.
Cost: £35 (includes certificate of attendance). The income raised by these workshops will go towards continuing our counselling provision at Noah’s Ark Centre.
|29th April 2019||Bullying, Resilience and Assertiveness
Exploring power in relationship dramas arising between children and young people.
|20th May 2019||The Faces of Fear
Exploring the world of ruminations, anxiety, panic and other fear filled constellations.
|17th June 2019||
Managing your own needs – self-care in order to give from your abundance
Exploring the importance of self-care.
|15th July 2019||
What does it mean to be a teen?
Exploring the complexities at this developmental life stage.
|21st October 2019||
Exploring how trauma shapes the developing brain and finding paths to recovery.
|18th November 2019||
Exploring the complexities for all involved
|20th January 2020||
Bereavement and loss
Putting together the pieces of your assumptive world after a loss or bereavement.
Places are limited to 12 people per workshop. Booking is required and secure with payment.
Please email email@example.com to request a booking form.
Refund policy – Cancellation within 7 days of the workshop will receive a full refund. Cancellation with 48 hours of the workshop will receive a £20 refund.
Noah’s Ark Centre trainers can also deliver shorter twilight bespoke workshops at your school or other community settings around similar themes as those above – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.