MOODWATCHERS IN THE MORNING AT BLACKWATER VALLEY LEARNING CENTRE!!
Moodwatchers is coming to the Blackwater Valley Learning Centre, Knockconan, Emyvale, Co. Monaghan
Have you got two free hours in the morning to invest in your health and happiness?
Why not do the Moodwatchers course from 10 am -12 pm on mornings during April and May?
Free introductory talk by psychologist Shane Martin on Tuesday 25th March at 8 pm. Registration for course to follow.
You may also reserve a place by emailing your name, address, mobile and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 086-7921804 with details
The course consists of eight consecutive weekly sessions 10 am -12 pm
Tuesday 1st April, Tuesday 8th April, Tuesday 15th April, Monday 21st April,
Tuesday 29th April, Tuesday 6th May, Monday 12th May, Tuesday 20th May
MOODWATCHERS COURSE COMES TO BALBRIGGAN (only time during 2014 that it will be in Co. Dublin)
The course started on the 26th February and continues for eight consecutive Wednesday nights (8.15 pm) in the Bracken Court hotel (Hamilton suite) . Each night covers a different theme and as result it is possible to dip in and out of the course. You can still enrol for the course by emailing your name, address and contact details to email@example.com
MOODWATCHERS RETURNS TO SLIGO DURING APRIL/MAY 2014
There will be no introductory talk preceding the course. The course will take place in the Radisson hotel, Sligo starting on Thursday 24th April at 8 p.m. and continues for eight consecutive Thursdays (1st May, 8th May, 15th May, 22nd May, 29th May, 5th June, 12th June). You are required to pre-register for this course and should email your name, address, contact number and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive an email confirming that a place has been reserved for you. Moodwatchers will be in contact with you closer to the event with more information about the course
WHAT IS MOODWATCHERS?
Moodwatchers is a self-help psychology course open to the general public. Through a series of eight consecutive weekly classes I teach people how to be healthier and happier. The content is based on the very latest scientific research. The intention is to empower people towards a better quality of life. It has been delivered at venues throughout Ireland over the last ten years.
Why people attend the course remains their own business. Some people have an interest in psychology or work within the education or health sector and enrol for those reasons. Sometimes people may suffer from stress or low mood and want to embark on strategies that are proven to alleviate symptoms. Basically, a space is created in the week when we examine our lives and learn strategies linked to better health and a deeper happiness. There is no talking, group work or sharing and this means that everyone’s privacy is protected. Each class has a different theme. It is hoped that participants can attend all the classes but it is still possible to dip in and out of the course.
Traditionally, the best of psychology has been reserved solely for people who have taken a hit in life. Although it has a crucial contribution to make in the area of treatment I believe that it has an even more important role to play in preparing us for the inevitable challenges of life and teaching us how to remain resilient in times of crisis. I believe that it is never to late to be healthier and happier no matter what are life circumstances. This is called hope. It is never too late to embrace a better quality of life. Indeed, we underestimate our own potential to bring about wonderful change for ourselves. Often it is very simple things that need to be incorporated into our everyday experiences that make a huge difference. The content of Moodwatchers is evidence-based and participants are encouraged to integrate it into their lives.