What’s it all about?
Rethinking it, this session is about learning to be proactive in with your thoughts; actively thinking about what you are saying, how you talk to yourself and others about yourself.
How you talk and think about yourself influences your perspectives and the choices you make. Instead of reinforcing negative thoughts and words, we are going to use proactive thinking to flip the negative. In this session we use interactive and interesting experiential exercises to gain insight and to learn how to focus on what is important.
What will we cover?
We all have a story and examples of ways we have managed situations in our life, and may have wished afterwards that a situation ended differently.
Does one of these questions relate to you? Or what stops you from getting what you want?
- Are you always telling yourself you cannot do something?
- Or wondering why you did that?
- Or said that?
Together, we will explore how to rethink these burning questions! Bring your question.
Experiential exercises are for you to relax into and enjoy, they are not a test and again there is no right or wrong just different ways of relating. These experiential exercises clear your mind, similar to when you have a problem and you go to sleep and wake up knowing the answer. What is offered in this session is the chance to think creatively; to see, hear or say things in another way; learning the ability to focus and rethink. Through this session you will be able to give comment to any experiences, and at the end we will revise what was different.
Who will be teaching?
Sherridan Green is a student of philosophy of the last 30 years, attending the School of Philosophy in Melbourne and the School of Continental Philosophy and has an Advanced Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy. Sherridan has a lifetime of experience in attempting to Rethink it! Rethinking It, is an idea from “Keys for Thinking” that combines philosophy and gestalt psychotherapy for you to have more awareness of your thoughts and how they direct your life.