Why should I come to this?
What will I get out of it?

“I define comfort as self-acceptance. When we finally learn that self-care begins and ends with ourselves, we no longer demand sustenance and happiness from others.”

(Jennifer Louden)

The Inside Out Workshop

The Inside Out workshop in Co-dependency and Self-Discovery is a great workshop which promises to provide you with a greater understanding of yourself and the ways you relate to other people in your life.

Co-dependency is defined as “a tendency to behave in overly passive or excessively caretaking ways that negatively impact one's relationships and quality of life”. But what does this actually mean and what is the difference between this and simply caring about those we love?

This course explores the idea of co-dependency, what it means for us, how it can affect us and how we can begin to break our patterns so that our lives and our relationships can become more fulfilling. This non-residential course is delivered in a down-to-earth way and runs over two days for a maximum of twelve people. Each day runs from 9.30am-5.00pm with tea-breaks and a lunch hour for which I ask you to bring a packed lunch. You will be provided with a course manual and a journal. The course involves a combination of teaching, exercises and games. Some of the exercises involve writing down your own thoughts, some involve the whole group and for others you will break off into pairs. It is ok to come along on your own though as you will feel comfortable with the others in the room very soon. That bit is my job, and I look forward to accompanying you on your first brave steps, into yourself.

For course availability and costs, please see the Dates & Prices page.

Why should I come to this? | What will I get out of it?