Are you feeling stressed out by Covid-19?
Do you find it hard to motivate yourself?
Would you like to offload unwanted baggage?
The past year has thrown up numerous challenges for society, working practices, families, individuals etc. One of the biggest impacts this pandemic has befallen many of us is how to manage our mental health and wellbeing.
As we gradually move through the stages of our current lockdown to a place where freedom and movement will feel like a breath of fresh air there will be for many I suggest a need to offload their ‘Covid-19 baggage’. By letting go of unwanted material it will allow people the opportunity to reconnect to themselves and the world around them.
As a creative Arts therapist (Dramatherapist) I am offering outdoor workshops to combine creativity and the healing power of nature with the aim of helping people to improve their health and wellbeing. Research around the human-nature contact points to the psychological, cognitive, physiological, social and spiritual benefits of interacting with nature. In addition, a number of different but inter‐related qualitative studies covering a wide range of outdoor therapeutic research provides an interesting summary of the therapeutic benefits of taking therapy outdoors. These include; connecting the client to nature, enriching the therapeutic encounter, increasing therapeutic creativity, mutuality, holism, freedom of expression while enhancing practitioner wellbeing.
As Dramatherapists we work in a wide variety of settings with people of all ages with a wide range of personal and emotional difficulties. You do not need to have previous experience or skill in acting to benefit. Therapeutic aims include:
· Connecting the mind and the body through action
· Communicating without words
· Finding a different way of resolving difficult thoughts and feelings
· Assessing and fostering relationships; with yourself, others and your environment
To register your interest please contact me, Mark Trenchard at:
Phone / Text: 07815681580
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