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What Does Life Mean to You?

 A focus on the dynamic use of Individual Psychology in improving meaning in our lives



7.30 - 8.00  Exercise/Mindfulness Session
7.45 - 8.30am BREAKFAST 
8.45 - 9.15 am COMMUNITY MEETING and notices
9.15 - 10.15 am Morning Presentation
10.15 - 10.45am COFFEE BREAK
10.45 - 12.45 Module A
1.00 - 2.00 pm LUNCH
2.00 - 4.00 pm Pick and Mix B
4.00 - 4.30pm TEA BREAK
4.30 - 6.30pm Module C
6.45 - 7.30 pm SUPPER
8.00 - 9.00pm Evening Presentation/Activity
To be updated when facilitators and workshops are confirmed.
One workshop may be chosen from each module and indicated with first and second choice on the downloaded booking form. Each workshop will be limited  to minimum 6 and maximum 10 in numbers to ensure each participant may be heard.
Below are listed the workshops that we propose to offer - more information may be added as it becomes available.
 chilli3  indicates the strength of Adlerian content in each workshop.
Module A (10.45-12.45) 

1. Working with Emotions and ER’s  chilli3chilli3chilli3   

facilitated by

Ursula Oberst



2. Creating new meaning through encouragement chilli3chilli3chilli3

facilitated by

Mia Levitt Frank


3. Using The Client's Belief System In Counselling Individual Adults chilli3chilli3chilli3

facilitated by

Frank Walton


4. Tba


Maximum 10



 Module B  Pick and Mix  (2.00 - 4.00pm) 

You can drop into any of these workshops or take time out for Walking Meditation - Mindful Exercise - Energetic Exercise - Creative Space - walking, talking or sleeping. You will be able to book for the workshop of your choice each morning.

1. Adlers Cafe  chilli3chilli3chilli3  with Jill Reynolds

This offers the opportunity for all at Felden Lodge to get together to discuss the philosophy, theory and practice of Alfred Adler

2. Incorporating Mindfulness into the Five Tasks of Life with Bruce Greenhalgh


Mindfulness is everywhere you look these days and yet how to integrate it into your life is particularly challenging in the modern world. Using the Adlerian tasks of life as the frame (Work, Intimacy, Community, Self and Spirituality) this stream sets out to incorporate mindfulness into everyday life in practical and accessible ways.
3. Bushcraft with Duncan Stewart
An opportunity for the adults to learn a few bushcraft skills including mindful walking through the woods.
4. Process Space with Keith Lewis and Pam Bridgman
This does what it says on the tin! A place to process what is happening for you as the week unfolds. A chance to explore anxieties or to develop ideas.
Module C (4.30 - 6.30 pm)  

1.  Sculpting relationships and family issues   chilli3chilli3chilli3

Facilitated by Ursula Oberst


 Maximum 10


 Maximum 10

 2. Working with Metaphors  chilli3chilli3chilli3

Facilitated by Mia Levitt Frank


Maximum 10 


3. Family Counselling

Facilitated by

Frank Walton 



4. TBA