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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Choose Life At Any Risk

The greatest risk in life is to risk nothing at all

From Saturday Sep 01, 2018 to Saturday Sep 08, 2018
Cost: £730.00
Availability: CALL


People often get "stuck" - for example, with low self-esteem, inaccurate self-perception; or in unsatisfactory relationships or work. Getting unstuck requires some discomfort so, instead of risking that, we often avoid the associated anxiety, or even sabotage our own best efforts.

In a safe and supportive group, learn how you get stuck, how you keep yourself there and how it started. Then, you can try taking the necessary risks to do the things that would make a positive change. The content is whatever issues you bring to the group; the process is intensely practical and the choice to change is yours.

It's challenging but the benefits can be greatly enhanced awareness; emotional release; a change in perception of and richer connections with others; clarity and direction instead of ambivalance; increased self-esteem; a deepening sense of your own humanity.

The methods used are based on gestalt and psychodrama, with others as needed.

Course Leader

Ari Badaines
Ari is one of the world's most experienced and respected group leaders, gestalt therapists and psycho-dramatists, running workshops and training other practitioners in many countries. Originally trained in the USA, he is now based in Australia.
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Forthcoming...

Private Booking
with Sue Machell
Nov 17 - 24

Another Kind of Christmas
with Tom Morley and Dawn Ellis
Dec 22 - 29
Celebration and reflection to warm your heart
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People Say…

"The main reason for returning to CR was Ari. He met all my needs and the whole groups. I felt seen, protected, supported and encouraged to allow my self to feel confident to use the space. The whole group has come back bonded and grateful for all the support we received from Ari and each other. Feel so nurtured and ready to make the positive changes I promised myself at the end of the course. "

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