Location: The Isbourne Centre, 3 Wolesley Terrace, Cheltenham, GL50 1TH
Date: Saturday, 15th October, 2016
Time: 9.30 – 4.30
Cost: £50 (£45 earlybirds before 1st Sept)
It’s easy to become trapped by life’s dramas, and lose perspective about what really matters.
Being willing to acknowledge that we are ‘Just Passing Through’ and that death is, in fact, a journey into Light, helps us to see the bigger picture, to respect our own unique spiritual journeys, and accept our mortality so we can make sense of our lives.
This workshop provides an opportunity to take time out from our hectic world so we can explore the challenges of growing older, the major themes that often unconsciously run our lives, the inevitability of our death, and what we may need to resolve or change to find more peace of mind.
CDP certificates are available on request for therapists and health workers who want to further their professional development.
There are cafes nearby, or you can bring your own lunch
Sue Brayne, MA, Post Grad Dip Couns
Sue Brayne is passionate about helping people to talk more openly and honestly about ageing, spirituality, and death and dying. She has an MA in the Rhetoric and Rituals of Death and is the author of The D-Word: Talking about Dying, and co-author of Nearing the End of Life: a guide for relatives and friends. Sue runs workshops and retreats on ageing and death and dying, and hosts pop-up death cafes on her narrrowboat, Mystic Moon.
GIEN DONOVAN, Reg.MBACP (Snr.Accred) UKRCP Reg.
Gien Donovan is an accredited psychotherapist, and member of the BACP and UKRPC. She has extensive experience of working with a variety of people in different settings, and worked for some years for the leading childhood bereavement charity Winston’s Wish on their national helpline. Gien is also an experienced workshop facilitator.
Tel: 07563 616 779