Saturday, 15 June 2019  10:00am – 4:30pm

Creative Approaches to working with Shame, with Matilde Tomat

Eclectic therapist and writer Matilde Tomat expands on her popular 2-hour session in 2018 (introducing Shame from the perspective of Erikson’s 8 Stages of Psychosocial Development.)

This day event is a theoretical, experiential and creative workshop, exploring Shame’s links to power, control, and gratitude. Taking in philosophical, spiritual and psycho-therapeutic perspectives, we will learn the shades of Shame, and if evolutionary reactions are still valid today.

Personal exploration allows us to become more aware of what we feel, with perhaps greater assertiveness. As we experience, and confide, we can de-mystify its importance, regain control of automatic reaction. and start to turn our story around.   This workshop will also allow for safe space and time to discuss Shame we might feel in our own profession: am I good enough as a therapist?

Matilde’s latest book, “Rebeltherapy: a therapist journey through addiction, trauma, and Nichiren Buddhism” can be found on Amazon.

Booking essentail: £60 members, £70 non members


Workshop Location

The Beacon Centre, 6 london Street Salford M6 6QT

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