Workshop on shame and vulnerability – limited space available
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We are pleased to be able to offer a special three-hour workshop as part of IGC2018. Further information is below. Get in quick as we have limited space available.
We are pleased to be able to offer a three-hour workshop on ‘shame’ to be held on the second day of the conference, Tuesday 13 February, based on the work of Dr Brené Brown and her research on shame and vulnerability.
The research behind Brené’s work shows that ‘shame is highly correlated with addiction, depression, eating disorders, violence, bullying and aggression’. She believes that feelings of shame can be a distinct barrier to self-help, especially in the area of addiction, as often people struggling with the effects of harmful behaviours in their lives don’t see themselves worthy of help, attention, love or belonging.
This workshop is led by Bronwyn Burrowes, a certified Daring Way™ facilitator, and it has specifically been designed for mental health and people-helping professionals, where participants can take part in both psycho-education and experiential process about the effects of shame.
Please note: This workshop is free of charge but is limited to 20 participants so get in early. Details on how to confirm a place and further information about the workshop content is available here.
Please note the curriculum used in this workshop from The Daring Way™ may only be used with clients by Certified Daring Way facilitators. This workshop is not part of that facilitation accreditation process.
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