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Co Counselling

Filed under: Events — Julie @ 2:40 am Wed 5th November 2008

Co-counselling is a personal development system that confronts limiting behaviour at its deepest level. Working in peer relationships with others it enables us to heal hurts from the past, build on our present strengths, and live into emerging potentials.

Learning to co-counsel means learning a series of simple techniques that allows us to work with our feelings rather than talk about or suppress them. It provides a clear theoretical and skills base for completing unfinished business from the past affects how we operate in our current relationships. It helps to restructure outdated beliefs and create chosen futures.

This five day training will give you the skills to utilise the field of presence between two people to facilitate transformation in all your relationships. It is based on the belief that within each person is a source of wisdom and self directing intelligence, with the ability to heal, and reveal deeper experience of the human capacities to love, understand, and choose. It is based on principles of trust in self direction, and the supportive and aware presence of other loving human beings.

The programme focuses on the development of emotional competence. It keeps us clear of unaware distress so that we meet others from a position of clarity, generosity, ease, creativity and delight. It is valuable for anyone who wants to interact in a genuinely facilitative way with their own process, their family, their community and work colleagues.

The programme is for anyone wanting to develop themselves personally and socially and is particularly useful for people who want to promote co-operative, peer ways of working with others, such as facilitators, leaders, managers, counsellors and trainers and teachers.

Ph 09 376 2386

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