"Be still” – This is such a difficult thing to do, but one which holds such benefits for everyone, especially those of us who are therapists.
We cannot be mindful without first being still.
We cannot meditate without first being still.
And yet in a world which invades and intrudes into every part of our lives, demanding that we pay attention, listen, be informed, be capable and effective, stillness is an elusive and longed for commodity.
Why is being still so important, perhaps more important than ever, for the therapist, and yet it is elusive and frequently only fleetingly enjoyed before it eludes us again?
How does it promote health and wellbeing, and also challenge and confront us?
Through this Professional Development evening, Joy will bring her wisdom and experience to know how we can be more effective in our professional lives through being still. A tool we can also bring to our clients.