Workshop Formats

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PRH workshops take two different formats:

 

Structured workshops take place in a group of up to eight people and a facilitator. Through questions, you are asked to observe - through private reflection and writing - a particular area in your life and describe your experience of it. This personal time of guided written exploration is followed by optional sharing without any discussion. In order to deepen each individual's exploration the educator offers input and various resources (diagrams, commentaries, observation notes etc.). 

 

Working on your growth in a group environment can be profoundly nurturing and empowering. PRH workshops are conducted in a group setting as the benefits of working this way are many and varied.

 

PRH participant Lee recently reflected on her experience of working in a group during workshops:

 

"Working in a group ... I perceive other group members listen with respect, non-judgement and interest to my thoughts, problems and reactions. Likewise, I do the same for others.

This interchange and climate of trust allows very intimate sharing of feelings that rarely happens elsewhere. Through these sessions I’ve learned how similar we all are in our vulnerabilities and weaknesses and yearnings. The workshops give one confidence that one’s life has meaning and that problems can be overcome and progress can be made."

Individual workshops take place at a time that suits you and involve working individually with the facilitator. The process of observing, reflecting and answering written questions as described above is the same. However you are working and sharing with the facilitator only rather than in a group setting.

Both formats are available face-to-face and online.