Becoming unchained from stress, anxiety and depression
Does your life feel like it is chained up by stress, anxiety and depression?
Does your inner voice always tell you negative things about you?
Does your brain switch on the moment your head hits the pillow and turn the light off at night?
Do you wish you could become unchained, turn off the negativity, get some sleep and start achieving again?
This used to be my life constantly fighting negative thinking and beating myself up both causing me stress, anxiety and ultimately depression to the state I was having suicidal thoughts. 30 years down the line I am now living a life where I am in control of stress, anxiety and depression.
Learning about the brain and how it works alongside a set of really easy to use strategies, they have powerfully changed my way of thinking resulting in a calmer life and achieving goals I used to think were out of my reach.
This workshop I will share with you how I took my first steps towards change and the life I wanted through:
Positive towards goals and the use of positive language
How your brain works and especially how it gets your unconscious mind to work for you. A set of resources, strategies and mindsets that you can use when the negative voices creep.
The workshop would be ideal for those themselves who experiencing stress, anxiety, depression and negative thinking or those that are supporting others who are - family, friends, teachers, care professionals and support workers.
As this workshop is part funded by Big Lottery Fund and Pontypridd Town Council it is a brilliant opportunity to learn new skills at the reduced rate of just £30 instead of £97 per person - spaces are limited to just 20 people to maximise your learning and development opportunities.
Plus we will give you resources that you can take away at the end of the session to use at home and in work.
This could be the first step in your new life. I just wished I was told and shown all of this at the beginning... it would have saved me years of negativity, drugs and suicidal thoughts.
Book here: https://www.rotundus.co.uk/events