Archived course - Course not available
The Power of ‘Negative’ Thinking in Today’s Society
Date: Saturday 21st May 2011
Time: 10.00 - 4.00
Cost: Covered by Peace III Grant for participants who meet the
Typically, many human behaviours have been labelled as ‘negative’, ‘maladaptive’, ‘neurotic’, ‘psychotic’ and psychological or biological or sociological attempts have been made to alter these behaviours. Such responses are not showing any understanding of the intelligent function of so-called difficult behaviours and this non-understanding often leads to what is now well-known as the revolving door phenomenon.
Dr. Humphreys clinical experience has demonstrated that all human behaviour makes sense, in that it arises from the human psyche’s need to fully express self and to protect self when under threat. Threats to the expression of self abound in society and the defences people create can be both ingenious and devastating.
This seminar will explore:
• ways of understanding human behaviour ;
• the means of helping individuals to fully express themselves;
• the prime need of adults and children is to love and be loved
• protective strategies we develop to offset failure, hurt, and rejection;
• learning to emerge from behind protective walls;
• the power of self-love;
• emotional safety – the key to healing inner wounds.
Come and enjoy the day and get an insight for personal healing, growth and development.