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University of Life Courses & How to Book

"We are all faced with a series of great opportunities - brilliantly disguised as insoluable problems."
John Gardner

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Courses & How to Book

Registration is essential if you would like to take part. You can register by looking at the individual workshop pages - often, you will be put in touch with the tutors directly.

Personal / Spiritual Development

Yesterday & Tomorrow; The past & The future

Where

SRC Offices, 2/1, 30 Bell Street Glasgow

When

Sunday 22, April 2018 - 13:00

The Scottish Recovery Consortium University of Life programme is hosting another seminar by Gerry Murphy.

The seminar will be from 1pm to 3pm at the Consortiums office; 30 Bell St, Glasgow, G1 1LG, next door to Blackfriars pub, Merchant City, Glasgow.

This seminar looks at the physical and emotional pain we put ourselves through by allowing our own minds to wander into the past and future.

To book a place, please email Gerry @ gerardmurphy416@gmail.com 

There are only between 35/40 places at the Consortium's office, so unfortunately it will have to be first come first served. The price is £3 for the seminar or whatever you can afford. Teas, including herbal, coffee, biscuits, cake and fruit will be on offer, all for free.

For more on the event please click here.



FREE 7 week CBT Course

Where

SRC Offices, Bell Street, Glasgow

When

Tuesday 24, April 2018 - 13:00

Would you like to learn how CBT can help you become your own expert?

Learning to use the tools of CBT can help you understand how your thoughts, emotions and behaviours affect the quality of your life in good and bad ways.

Learning how to use the tools to think differently can help you feel differently, which can help you behave differently and change the quality of your life.

The group will give you the opportunity to understand what CBT is and how it can help you. It can also give the chance to learn new coping strategies in a safe and supportive space.

There will be 7 sessions. Each session will be on a Tuesday from 1.00 to 4.00. The course will begin on Tuesday 24th April and end on 5th June. 

A commitment to attend all sessions is requested to gain the most benefit.

This course is FREE and tea and coffee (and probably home made cakes!) will be provided.

Places are limited to 15 people so please get in touch as soon as possible to register. Please contact michaela@scottishrecoveryconsortium.org to book a place.



What Next? (June 2018)

Where

SRC Offices, Bell Street, Glasgow

When

Saturday 23, June 2018 - 10:00

What Next?

Treatment and Recovery Programmes help us to stop using substances. But where do you go next?

Another “What Next?” weekend workshop is running over 23/24 June in Glasgow.

This weekend is not instead of 12 step or any other recovery programmes, but in addition to them. It is ideal for anyone who is abstinent and stable in their recovery and feel ready or want to address the “causes and conditions” – and how to start the process of healing emotionally and sustain a long term enjoyable life in recovery.

It covers enlightening information on addiction; relationships in recovery; co-dependency and identity; relapse prevention; shame; guilt; anger; boundaries; inner child work, together with creativity; affirmations; creative-visualisation and discussions on childhood roles and family rules and systems.

The weekend will be facilitated by Gordon Esson, Suzanne Burns, Peter Charad and Alan Esson who will engage the group through guided meditations, experiential work and their own healing experiences to uncover the dangers and to expose the hidden menaces, and draw the group into gently finding tools to heal the toxicity of the underlying codependency.

This event is entirely self-supporting and the number is limited to ensure a quality experience.

This means if you’d like to participate, you will need to pay £30 for the weekend at the time of booking on a first-come-first-booked basis.

The costs include facilitator’s travel costs; they give their time and expertise free and the SRC gives free use of the venue. It includes all course materials and a bespoke resource/work book as well as coffee, tea, fruit and biscuits.

The venue is Scottish Recovery Consortium, 30 Bell Street, Glasgow. G1 1LG

The timings are: Saturday 23rd June 10.00 – 17.00 and Sunday 24th June 11.00 – 16.00

For booking and payment details call, text or email Gordon at 07568068223 or thewhatnextproject@gmail.com

 



Community Development

The Art of Conversation Café Hosting

Where

Lochaber Hope, Fort William

When

Tuesday 01, May 2018 - 10:00

Please use our Registration Form to register for this event.



Creative Practice
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