Who are you?
Character and Temperament
Who Am I?
Is my life fated?
To what degree can I change?
WHO IS IT FOR
This one-day workshop is perfect for people who find themselves in situations in work, relationships or other areas of life where they feel a bit out-of-place; questioning “How did I end up here?” Especially if this question has ‘again’ at the end.
It’s also for people who hold themselves back from making decisions about future directions in their personal life or work; wondering, “Am I the right person?”, “Is it the right job/person for me?”.
A useful exploration also for people in helping professions such as counsellors, therapists, career coaches, teachers etc., and for people interested in personal growth and psychology.
WHAT’S IN THE WORKSHOP
At the beginning of the workshop we’ll travel across time, exploring the theories and practices of character and temperament types, from ancient to present times. We’ll use one ancient and one modern model to explore your own experience through these models (yes, we’ll do some tests:)).
Then we’ll go deeper, exploring the actual and practical meaning of drivers and forces that shape your character, behaviours, feelings, relationships and work.
You’ll uncover some of the less obvious motives that push you or hold you back in important areas of your life, and we’ll bring focus to places where you feel particularly ‘stuck’ or are repeating the same outcomes involuntarily. You’ll learn new ways in which you are unique and what special abilities you can bring to these situations.
The workshop is highly experiential, including paired exercises, guided inner work, and experiential case studies, all designed to leave you with practical take-homes, based in your own personal experiences.
Liz is also a faculty member of Australia New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology and the Process Work Institute of India.
Grzegorz is a faculty member of Australia New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology, Process Work Institute of India, and the Institute of Process Psychology Poland.
222 Johnston St
Via the Paypal button below the registration form (you don’t need a Paypal account to use this).
To register, complete the registration form below and pay the $160 workshop fee via the Paypal button (you don’t need a Paypal account to use this).