If you’re experiencing a transition that’s left you uncertain of your future or with a sense of loss of identity then U-Nique, our most popular workshop could help you re-establish a stronger sense of identity and purpose. Your transition may be
- Returning to work after maternity leave
- A career change (planned or redundancy)
- A divorce
- A long term illness
Your learning during this workshop takes place through; facilitated discussion and questioning, self-reflection and peer to peer support as women on a similar journey share their story through collage.
How we can help
Marketing uses the power of images to influence your behaviour and choices. But were you aware that you can harness this same influential power of images? You can use images and the visualisation of collage to help you with your self-development. From making choices, changing your behaviour, fulfilling your potential and getting ‘unstuck’.
By using images in collage to unlock your unconscious you’ll gain access to a wealth of ideas, solutions, insights and strengths. Having been guided through the creative process and supported to understand the meaning of your symbols and metaphors in your collage.
Why attend this workshop?
- Each workshop starts with a gentle mindfulness exercise to ensure you are relaxed, fully present and ready to enjoy the activity.
- You’ll leave the workshop with greater self-awareness, clarity and sense of direction.
- You’ll establish how and who you want to be as you reclaim your hopes and dreams. Enabling you to be true to yourself as you move forward.
- The collage you create is yours to keep and it will inspire and motivate you long after the workshop is over.
- No artistic skills or previous experience is needed. You’ll be supported and guided throughout the workshop by our experienced facilitator.
Workshops cost £75 per person and last 4 hours.
- All materials
- Creative guidance and facilitation
- Support to understand and interpret your work
- Light refreshments
- Goal setting tool
When I loved myself enough I came to see I am not special, but I am unique.
— KIM MCMILLEN