The day consists of more than a dozen presentations on a range of self help / self development / therapeutic approaches.
This year’s Autumn ChangeCamp features an eclectic mix of more than a dozen different self-help workshops to choose from.
These workshops are open to the general public and members of the helping professions.
How To Do Hypnosis – Nigel Hetherington, Therapist & Trainer
Hypnosis is a very interesting and powerful way to help people out of difficult and awkward situations. It is also a way to see and orientate towards better futures more clearly.
Introduction to Solution-focused Therapy – John Wheeler, Therapist & Trainer
Solution-focused Brief Therapy takes a particular interest in what’s working in people’s lives, as opposed to what isn’t. The workshop will provide a taster of the approach, some tools that can taken away and opportunities for discussion on applications of the approach..
Quick Start EFT – Andy Hunt, Therapist & Trainer
A brief introduction to Emotional Freedom Techniques or EFT. This is a powerful, yet simple, way of relieving a great of unhappiness by neutralising negative emotions, memories and beliefs. This session will give you a brief introduction to EFT and how to use it.
Life Clubs – Abigail Smith, Coach
Life Clubs are practical and structured 90-minute weekly self-improvement workshops. Using proven life coaching techniques devised by renowned coach Nina Grunfeld, they are a fun and affordable way to gain confidence, motivation and self-awareness, and get support to achieve your goals.
Three Ways To Get Unstuck – Andy Hunt, Therapist & Trainer
Ever get stuck in a problem? It’s not a nice place to be. You may not have enough options, or too many to choose from. Sometimes the world can close down around you until there is just you and the problem. This workshop gives you three ways to get unstuck.
Happy for no Reason! – Kay Cook, Coach
An interactive workshop focusing on the power of releasing happiness in yourself and others. Neal Anderson and Kay Cook, who have recently trained with Dr Robert Holden of the Happiness Project, will explore some of the latest thinking on happiness and success.
Change-change-Change! – Jay Arnott
On this workshop you’ll be guided through two different techniques to provide you with the tools to equip you through these â€˜difficult’ times.
How To Get Well And Stay Well – Lyn White, Reverse Therapist
Come and learn how the symptoms of non-specific illnesses are produced and how you can get rid of them or avoid them. Reverse Therapy can be used to treat conditions including ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, IBS, Anxiety and Depression but can also be used to increase well-being and improve immune function.
Irritation Tapping – Andy Hunt, Therapist & Trainer
Using EFT to reduce our reactions to irritating people and learn something useful about ourselves.
Setting Personal Filters – Huw Dampney, NLP Master Practitioner
Learn how to be more flexible with yourself and for yourself through the creative development of your own mental filter systems in order to be able to live life in a way that is better for you through the application of NLP techniques to your self.
From Acceptance to Acknowledging to Loving Yourself – Nigel Hetherington, Therapist & Trainer
What could it be like if you can acknowledge and move to loving all aspects of who you are? Explorative and Experiential workshop to grow personally and holistically.
How to Bring More Laughter into Your Life – Keith Adams, Laughter Coach
The more we understand laughter, the more we can use it with confidence. This will benefit us in our lives: we can increase our own happiness, health levels and stress management, and we can guide others to gain these benefits as well.
How To Cultivate Deep Gratitude – Andy Hunt, Therapist & Trainer
Gratitude has been known to be a good thing for many years. Now research is showing that an attitude of gratitude has many psychological and health benefits. This workshop will show you how to deepen your experience of gratitude.
Laughter Workshop – Keith Adams
It is an aerobic exercise suitable for all age groups and physical ability. It is a safe environment – there is no joke telling. We fake laughter through exercises. Join in even if you do not feel like laughing for first of all, laughter comes from the body, then the mind takes over and your laughter soon becomes real and infectious.
It is a great way to end Change Camp but there is also a serious side to the fun we have. The more we laugh, the more we release endorphins in our body – our “feel good” hormones. Laughter boosts the immune system. We get an oxygen boost leaving us bursting with energy as we leave Change Camp.
This all happens on Saturday October 30th in Newcastle and costs just £10 and a contribution to a shared meal
For more information www.changecamp.co.uk or call Andy Hunt on 0754 700 9116 or email andy [at] practicalwellbeing [dot] co [dot] uk