Becoming a parent can create new life-long connections and affirm existing ones. But if you’re anything like every other parent on the planet you may feel like Lucy Lonely and Nathalie No-Mates at times.
Bring your baby, partner or supporter and join other parents in an intimate workshop where we’ll reflect on which relationships are truly supportive and nourishing, what gets in the way of reaching out and how we can create the modern day village.
“These workshops are brilliant to support new Mums or Mums in the post-natal period, when you completely overlook your own wellbeing to care for children” NBN Wellbeing Workshop Participant
Tickets are priced at £10 per family.
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I offer tailored and bespoke wellbeing workshops in person and video starting from £60 an hour. Examples include:
- Resilience: Using evidence-based strategies to overcome everyday hurdles.
- Self-care: Create your ‘recipe for wellbeing’ with the ingredients you need to stay well.
- What is wellbeing?: Exploring established wellbeing theories and models, applying them to your daily life.
- Mindfulness: Introducing simple strategies to use in your daily life to reduce stress and bring about calm.
I have run large-scale online workshops for school teachers and Mental Health Swims; more intimate sessions for New Baby Network and Acacia Family Support focusing on parental mental health, and; accessible community events for Spring to Life and Living Well Consortium. Check out my videos on the Living Well Consortium and Acacia’s self-help pages to get a feel for what I do.
Please get in touch to talk about what I can offer your group or workplace.
Sharing Lived Experience
For a long time I wasn’t comfortable sharing the personal reasons why I started Creating Wellbeing. Time, training and acceptance means I now am. Through conversations, this blog and workshops, I hope to raise awareness of mental health and healing whilst hearing how others create their own path to wellness.
I enjoyed my first ever public talk about my path to wellness at the National Australia Bank co-working space in Melbourne in 2013. It was a nerve-wracking but necessary milestone in the Creating Wellbeing journey, resulting in continued conversations and an ongoing group in the local community there.
I now know how powerful sharing is, and would love to facilitate more conversations with community groups and corporates, so please get in touch if this is something you’re interested in.