ChangeCamp – October 29th – Newcastle upon Tyne

ChangeCamp feedbackThe Autumn ChangeCamp in Newcastle upon Tyne, on Saturday October 29th is fast approaching.

For those of you who don’t know ChangeCamp is a biannual event for anyone who is interested in psychological change for themselves or the people they work with.

It’s a collection of up to 16 mini-workshops held over the course of one day on all kinds of aspects of psychological change.

Many approaches are represented including: Counselling, Coaching, EFT, NLP, Hypnotherapy, Solution Focussed Therapy, healthcare, Laughter Yoga, and much more. Each workshop is 40 or 90 minutes long, and introduces you to a fascinating variety of ways of changing things for the better.

Here are a few of the workshops on offer on the day:

Counselling And You
A workshop explaining what counselling is and what it is not. How to use counselling skills at work and home. How to find the right counsellor for you and yours. This is a workshop with an opportunity to try out some counselling skills and to explore what you or your family might be looking for in a counsellor

How To Develop Compassionate Self Acceptance.
Compassionate self acceptance is a more robust version of self esteem. Rather than feeling good about ourselves which can be tricky when things aren’t going well we can learn to feel kindly towards ourselves whatever the circumstances. In this workshop you will learn some simple techniques to develop self-compassion and put it into practice.

Reverse Therapy – Psychological approaches to health
Learn how to get well and stay well using simple techniques for listening to your body. By listening to our bodies we can not only ease specific physical conditions such as CFS/ME, Fibromyalgia, IBS, anxiety and depression we can keep ourselves well, improve immune function and increase general well-being.

An Introduction To Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)
Emotional Freedom Techniques or EFT is a simple self help technique that can help with a surprising range of problems, softening negative emotions, painful memories and some physical issues. In this short introduction you will learn the basics of this simple technique.

These are just four of the workshops that will be happening on the day. The list of workshops will be extended as we get closer to the day. You can find the current list of presentations here.

ChangeCamp is not just about the workshops, it is about connecting with people with the same interests as you in warm and friendly atmosphere and to have a good time.

All this is for just £15 on the door or by booking online and bring some food for a shared buffet meal.

3 thoughts on “ChangeCamp – October 29th – Newcastle upon Tyne”

  1. Hi Andy,

    I was wondering if you give discounts to counselling students. My Tutor Rob McGinley sent me an email about this and suggested me to contact you.

    Kind Regards,

  2. hi Andy
    greetings from across the pond!
    i am so looking forward to the day when i can teleport over for these events (as right now i’m on west coast canada about 4500 miles away) drats!
    maybe one day people could view these via skype or something, webinars? (like your cafe nights etc)..
    your articles are incredibly useful (okay i admit it ~ transforming!!!)
    anyway, there in spirit
    helen 🙂

  3. Hi Helen,

    Thanks for your very kind words. Sorry you can’t make it in person, you are indeed quite a long way away. We’ve not gone international yet 🙂

    Hmm, I’d have to think about the Skype, webinar thing. Most of the ChangeCamp presentations have a lot of audience participation and exercises so I’m not sure how well that would transfer to a webinar format. I’ll do some thinking about that.

    I was tickled to get a comment from Canada because the only other use of ChangeCamp I have found is a Canadian political movement.

    I’m glad you enjoy and find the articles useful, which reminds me I need to write some more 🙂

    Sorry you can’t be there in person, very glad to have you in spirit.

    All the best,


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