Ashton’s Health and Wellbeing Department, Bridge of Hope is well known for its personal development and stress management programmes and in the New Year once again there will be a wide variety of courses available.
At Bridge of Hope we take a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Our Victims and Survivors Service (VSS) funded programmes treat the body and mind as a whole and provide the tools to help you feel positive. There are no previous skills or qualifications required to register for any Bridge of Hope programme and highly experienced tutors facilitate a bespoke course every time. Here are details of our latest courses available for 2019:
Take 5 Resilience Saturday 12th January 2019
The Take 5 Steps to Wellbeing course is designed to help individuals to develop emotional resilience and wellbeing. It focuses on looking at practical ways the 5 steps can be incorporated into everyday life.
Confidence & Communication Saturday 9th February 2019
Confidence and communication skills are an important aspect of life so whether you are working on your own self-esteem or wanting to improve your communication skills this workshop will help you focus on what is important for your own journey of personal development.
SWAN Saturday 16th February 2019
The Strengths, Weaknesses, Ambitions & Needs (SWAN) programme is fantastic for both individuals and groups and really helps develop goal setting. By working on lifestyle, health, work and relationships this one-day stress management course helps people look at their lives and identify the best direction for them.
Love Yourself, Heal Your Life 25th – 27th January and 22nd -24th February
This is the workshop developed by Louise L Hay, internationally renowned metaphysical teacher and bestselling author. It has helped many thousands of people to make positive changes in their lives. The workshop helps you gain deeper insight into old patterns and gives you the tools and techniques to release more fully.
If you are interested in these VSS funded courses, please contact Training Co-ordinator Mary Stanton at McSweeney Centre 028 9032 2289 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org