Join the ReCreation Party:
Methods for getting the most out of creative sessions
You are invited to an experiential ‘party’ where you will explore how recreation (or light & full-hearted play) and creation (hands-on creativity) support reflection. We will discover how creative reflection is a connection to your own best self and look at how to bring more ‘ReCreation’ insights into your own client sessions.
For creativity to be not only useful but safe and enjoyable in client session reflections, it is crucial to lay and maintain strong, contracted foundations. This means understanding what is needed for creativity to feel safe and inviting, how to set up and maintain the right environment and how to keep the party swinging for everyone, even in the face of uninvited ‘party-poopers’.
What better way of setting these foundations than at a party!
We will be thinking about what is needed to set the scene for deep creative reflection, all the elements to keep all client guests safe, happy and getting the most from hands-on creativity and how to close the creative space.
Host: Gillian Walter
I am a coach, supervisor, mentor, artist, owner of Inside-Out Coaching and author of Choir of Brave Voices: Creative Reflection for a Seasonal Journey of Self-Discovery. Accredited by the ICF, EMCC, EASC and CSA, my client work stems from creative, narrative and somatic coaching and supervision methodologies. British-born, I has been living and working for 20 years in Switzerland with my family and Schnauzer.
I used to be an interpreter for the deaf – and I’m certain that this was the best training I ever had for reading a room and listening to body language and words unspoken!
Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please hold the date/time - The zoom link will be sent the day before the session
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