Setting Everyday Personal Boundaries with Cindy (Online)

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In this busy and complex world, self care has become a big buzzword. 

One of the ways you can take care of yourself is by setting personal boundaries.

Boundaries encourage people to treat you in a way that is comfortable to you.

But how do we do this? 

This workshop will help you explore what your personal boundaries are and how to enforce them.

Whether that means developing strategies to decline hugs or speaking up for yourself in social situations. 

What will we cover?

In this class we will look at:

– Your personal ethos

– How to define your own boundaries

– How to develop tools and language to set comfortable boundaries

    Who will be teaching?

    Cindy (she/her) is a Psychologist with a warm and friendly approach. 

    She predominantly works with young people with a history of abuse, neglect and trauma. 

    She has an interest in self care and is currently writing her own book on the topic!

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