This Thursday at the London Carriage Works, Bernie Cox And Sheila Byrne will work with you towards a “Positive Approach for Understanding your 5 Senses” by implementing VAK, positive naming and how are senses can lead us to overcome some aspects of life that impact upon our mental health.
Hope Street Hotel and London Carriage Works
40 Hope Street, L1 9DA Liverpool
Tea, coffee will be available
18.00 – 20.00
A bit about us
The organisation has been created to help break the stigma attached to those suffering from poor mental health, particularly anxiety and depression.
We are a support group dedicated to helping others feel valued, inspired and most importantly accepted. From personal experience, the founders of Hope Street know all too well the feelings of isolation desperation. Along with loneliness that can come with suffering from anxiety and depression, there is also a need to be able to support those who care on a day to day basis for their friends and loved ones.
Our goal is to ensure that everyone who walks through our doors feels welcome and their experience with us provides a sense of belonging, inspiration and hope.
This Tuesday at Hope Stret, Bernie Cox And Sheila Byrne will work with you towards a “Positive Approach for Understanding your 5 Senses” by implementing VAK, positive naming and how are senses can lead us to overcome some aspects of life that impact upon our mental health.
Hope Street: Chapel Gallery, St Helens Road, Ormskirk L39 4QR
Sheila Byrne will be holding the 4th of 5 sessions on how to improve your emotional intelligence, so you can lead a happier more fulfilled life.
Session 4 – Social Awareness
Are you socially aware?
Social awareness can be improved by training your brain in Emotional Intelligence (also known as EQ, EI, or EIQ).
Social awareness is one of the 5 core competencies that are imperative for functioning in the community, at home and in the workplace. Without these skills, you will struggle to build positive relationships.
Many businesses are affected by low EQ because staff go off sick with stress, mental illness and even have a massive staff turn-over.
Twenty-three of Hope St. members who have a diverse range of mental illness all had low Emotional Intelligence when assessed and carers who worked with them were also assessed with low EQ. They are all now working to improve their skills, so they can develop their mental wellbeing.
For this session you will need to bring with you; a journal, note pad and coloured pens.
PLEASE NOTE: We don’t have any trainers or training providers affiliated with Hope St. We offer all of our courses free of charge at present.
Imagine for a moment you are the creator of everything you experience…
You can, and do create everything that happens to you.
If this were true, what would you plan to experience in the next year?
What would you decide to think, do and experience? Just as importantly what would you choose to leave behind?
If this sounds like something of interest to you or is something you would like to experience, join us on Saturday 12th January 2019 – for an exciting one day course enabling you to ‘Create Your Own Happiness!!’ The course will be held at Ormskirk Cricket Club (Altys Lane, Ormskirk, L40 4RE) a friendly, bright, local environment from 10:00 – 16:00 GMT.
The North West’s premier Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) coach, Marc McDermott whom has over 25 years experience is teaming up with Hope St to deliver a fun, interactive workshop where he will be sharing information taught to him by the world’s leading NLP specialists.
During the exciting one day course, you will learn:
How to become more mindful, spending more time in the moment, enabling you to communicate more effectively from this perspective.
The process of creating a positive resource state.
The process of creating a compelling vision of your best future and steps towards achieving it yourself.
What a S.M.A.R.T goal really is and how to effectively set them.
The four steps towards achieving your goal and the process of doing so.
At the end of the course, if you feel you have valued from it we would ask you to kindly provide a donation towards Hope St for us to continue supportingg those struggling to manage their mental health effectively!
We really hope you will join us for this fun filled, one-off opportunity of a day!