Wild Therapy Introductory Weekend



Facilitator(s)
Jayne Johnson and Leonie Guest

Date/Time
Date: 15/05/2020 - 17/05/2020
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

About this event

Bringing Therapy into The Wild and Wildness into Therapy

A weekend of ecopsychology for counsellors, psychotherapists, bodywork and shamanic practitioners

The world of psychotherapy, counselling and similar practices are waking up to the crucial connections and disconnections between therapists, clients, and nature. Also suitable for anyone wanting to connect with their own wild nature!

This weekend workshop offers you the opportunity to include the other-than-human in your work, and rewild your practice, both indoors and outdoors, in your mind and body, and in the connection you offer to those you work with. We will be exploring the beautiful, wild environment at Middlewood Trust in the remote Valley of Roeburndale. We will gather as a group in the yurt, round an outdoor fire, and in 2’s and small groups outdoors in the woodlands, river and meadows. A residential weekend with all food provided – bring a tent and sleep outdoors or share a bunk room in the eco house. There is an option for you to find your own accommodation close by if staying on site doesn’t suit your needs.

At this time of year, the bluebells at Middlewood are in such abundance – a sight not to be missed!

This weekend is an ideal taster for the One Year Wild Therapy training, originally created by Nick Totton, author of

‘Wild Therapy’ which will be running again with Jayne and Leonie in 2021-22.

Cost: £260 – early bird £220 by 3rd April – Inclusive of all food and accommodation.

For more information and to book: contact Jayne: mail@jaynejohnson.co.uk – 07913 656 889 or Leonie: leonieguest@talktalk.net – 07759 007664

 

 

 

 

Location
Middlewood Trust
Roeburndale
Wray
Lancashire

Contact Details
Contact Person: Jayne Johnson or Leonie Guest
Email: mail@jaynejohnson.co.uk or leonieguest@talktalk.net
More contact details: 07913 656 889 or 07759 007664
Website: www.shamanismembodied.com

Cost
£260 - early bird £220 includes food & accommodation