Webinar-Imagery in coaching and therapy

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Saturday, november 28, 2020
10-16 London time; 11-17 Amsterdam time

Presentatie

Jan Taal

 Webinar Imagery in coaching and therapy

Learn effective imagery skills and exercises for personal growth and professional purposes

With Jan Taal
Saturday, 23 January 2021  (28 November 2020 is sold out)
10 – 16 London time; 11 – 17 Amsterdam time

Organized by Psychosynthesis Trust, London

Our imagination is probably the most powerful psychological resource we possess. It is the central arena where our identity and reality are formed. It is in this domain that we can be influenced the most, psychologically, physically and behaviourally.

Becoming aware of the (unconscious) images that influence us can be a huge revelation and the beginning of self-development. The several stages of imagery will be presented theoretical and practical in the first part of the webinar: how to learn to navigate in the arena of conscious and unconscious self-images, drives and potential talents.

How to develop a desired capacity or quality and make imagery effective in daily life is the main topic in the second part.

Key issues such as ego-strengths and pitfalls will be discussed.

Morning The Three Stages of Imagery; organic path to psychological vitality

2,5 hours with a 20 minutes break.

Lecture with Q & A – exercise with the participants – sharing, discussion and in-depth demonstration.

Afternoon Making imagery effective in daily life; developing a desired capacity or quality.

2,5 hours with a 20 minutes break.

Presenting outline / protocol. Exercise with participants. – sharing, discussion and in-depth demonstration.

 

Learning outcomes

Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of:

  • how imagery works and its benefits for people interested in personal development
  • the pitfalls involved in working with imagery methods, such as lack of ego-strength and tendencies to disintegrate, and how to deal with those situations
  • how imagery can be successfully applied in practice and in daily life

Participants will be asked to have writing and drawing materials to hand.

Prior to the webinar participants may read the article The Three Stages of Imagery by Jan Taal.

We will be limiting spaces to 18 participants in order to provide a rich and deep learning experience so tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

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