CONSERVATION Installation and the existential experience.
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84 days : again!
For the ones who know me, you know how important creativity is for me. And how much I have battled shame and trauma in my life. Most of the people, clients especially, are not aware that we, therapists, keep on going to therapy, work on ourselves; and this journey and work never end. Clients and …
counsell- / mentor- / coach- [ing]
No dream is too big for me: what about you?
CRISIS LOOP – get me out! – W3
Welcome to your personal version of Punxsutawney’s “Groundhog Day!” : repeating the same mistakes over and over again!
shame (on me?) – WORKSHOP 02
Bad, Bad Girl… a workshop on shame in Lancashire!
tomorrow is another day
It was the 15th of August 1988. It was a sunny day. I was 20 and I didn’t know that my life would have changed at 10.30 am . Forever. The last thing I remember was the feeling of coldness and static of the plastic chair by the pool, on the back of my thighs …
when the steps don’t work
Happiness does not help, because happiness is only a mood so stop chasing a mood. Take a step in a different direction and start looking for your Self.
It starts now. It starts here. It starts with you.
new workshops in Lancashire!
Therapy is not an easy fix, the selling of a dream, nor presenting you, or your client, with a temporary status of pleasure. Therapy is an emotional and challenging, exciting and stimulating, and compassionate journey in discovering who you really are, what you truly want in life, and what makes YOU happy. Therapy means change …
workshop on Erikson!
On Saturday January 27th, I have delivered my very first workshop to counsellors and psychotherapists. Believe you me: I was anxious! Still, I was eager… I do believe in Erikson’s theory and approach, I have seen it at work, whether in recovery from addiction, or for any other existential pain. To me, it can be …
vulnerability and videos…
One of the biggest lessons I have learned while doing the 84 Days of the Artist’s Way is to acknowledge my own vulnerability. I have often acted, done, produced, made, created stuff and put it out there in a sort of ‘matter of fact’ attitude as if confirming more to myself I wasn’t a coward, …