Tame your inner critic

Wednesday 25th November 2015

‘Tame Your Inner Critic’ Event

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https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-tame-your-inner-critic-tickets-18925139602

About your presenter

Tim is a medical doctor, focussing on helping people take steps to protect and improve their health and wellbeing. A popular speaker, Tim has trained thousands of healthcare professionals in motivational interviewing, health coaching and wellbeing improvement strategies. He is a member of the British Psychological Society, once pole vaulted for Great Britain and was a contender on Gladiators

Proven Tools

This seminar is informed by insights and findings from evolutionary biology, compassion focussed therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and positive psychology. All participants will receive a draft copy of Dr Anstiss’s book: ‘How to Tame your Inner Critic’ along with suggestions for further reading and links to free web-resources to help you make progress with the approach.

This year has seen us train over 100 frontline staff in Compassion Resilience and Self Help aka The CRaSHcourse. Feedback has been extremely good

How to

Tame your inner critic

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Saturday 19th December 10:00 to 16:30 at the Wellcome Collection

We all have an inner critic – an internal voice which judges, labels, and undermines our confidence, wellbeing and performance.

But where does it come from, what does it want, and how can it be tamed?

In this amusing and informative seminar we will explore:

·         A helpful framework for thinking about your self and its different parts

·         How to discover, explore and develop what is right about you – your strengths

·         Ways to clarify your desired future self – the person you wish to grow into

·         The importance of compassion and self-compassion

·         How to cultivate, strengthen and spend time with your wise, compassionate inner coach


·         
How to listen to your inner critic and help it feel heard and understood

·         How to discover the concern and the ‘positive intent’ behind what it says

·         Ways to change what it says and how it says it

·         Ways to become less concerned by what it says

·         Strategies to help you thrive and flourish in the face of unhelpful thoughts and unwanted feelings

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