MORNING SEMINAR IN SLIGO JULY 25th 2015

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No time to think?

Rushing and fussing?

Life passing you by?

Maybe, it’s time to press the ‘pause’ button?

 

A special morning seminar on the psychology of health, happiness and resilience 

Venue to be confirmed

Saturday 25th July 2015 –

 9.30 am – 1 pm

€50

YOU MUST BOOK YOUR PLACE IN ADVANCE. LIMITED PLACES


ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS EMAIL YOUR NAME, ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS TO moodwatchers@eircom.net  OR PHONE (071) 915 2653

The REFRESH YOUR LIFE SEMINAR creates a space for you to get away from your daily stresses and strains. You will have an opportunity to reflect on your life and learn what science has uncovered about becoming healthier, happier and more resilient. The focus will be on simple yet powerful scientifically validated practices that you can incorporate into your life to help  break the cycle of anxiety, stress, unhappiness and exhaustion.

The REFRESH YOUR LIFE seminar contains the best material that Shane Martin teaches from his Moodwatchers course condensed into a single morning.

The seminar does not intrude on anyone’s privacy. There will be some discussion but no one will feel under pressure to talk. The content is enhanced with vivid stories and humour.  We can get lost in the noise of life. This seminar will help you press the pause button and  time-out from your busy life schedule.   You will learn simple evidence-based strategies linked to a better quality of life.

The seminar will be delivered from 9.30 am – 1 pm  on Saturday 25th July.  Places will be limited and you need to book in advance . The fee is €50 which includes tea/coffee and all materials.  You need to book as soon as possible by emailing your name, address and contact details to moodwatchers@eircom.net or by post to Shane Martin, 35 Oakfield Crescent, Sligo. For more information phone 071-9152653.

25th July 2015 SLIGO

 

HappyKids2HAPPY HEARTS

A COURSE FOR PARENTS ON HOW TO RAISE HAPPIER CHILDREN

As parents, we all want our children to be happy and healthy; but sometimes we feel as though we have little real influence over them. New scientific research reveals that happiness can be cultivated within the home and that parenting styles and practices have a tremendous effect on children’s emotional outlook on life. By promoting some basic positive traits and harnessing their inner strengths we can encourage our children to have a more positive view of self, others and the world. Parenting can be challenging but also a positive and fulfilling experience. This short parenting course will explore some scientifically-validated strategies that parents can apply to influence their children in a positive way. Although the material will be geared more at younger children this course offers information that will benefit all ages.

The course consists of five informal lectures and discussion will facilitated each week. Each session is from 2-4 pm and tea/coffee will be provided. The cost of the course is €100 which is inclusive of folder, notes and CD. Fee is paid at first session.

Dates: To be confirmed soon. Venue: Monaghan town venue to be confirmed soon

If interested you need to book as soon as possible by emailing your name, address and contact details to moodwatchers@eircom.net

I designed this new parenting course. It will focus on interventions which are scientifically validated that promote positive traits/characteristics in children – traits that will stand them in good stead as they grow older. This course will not deal with negative behaviour or offer strategies for reducing inappropriate or challenging behaviour. There are other courses available to help in this area and other routes to pursue ( i.e. professional intervention/support). My course will mainly examine what makes children happier and resilient. It will run over five two-hour sessions with a different theme highlighted in each class.

9 thoughts on “MORNING SEMINAR IN SLIGO JULY 25th 2015

  1. Loved your presentation in Thurles for IPPN- sorry I had to race out early to another event!
    I should practice what you preach!!

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