Mindful Photography for Mental Health, Wellbeing and Resilience
Reframe Your Now mindful photography course starting on 2 October.
Reframe Your Now Mindful Photography by Look Again
How does this course help you?
Under the continuing uncertain circumstances that we are living through, many of us are finding it hard to stay mentally well and emotionally resilient. Stress, worry, anxiety, fear, grief, depression, and burnout are common feelings and experiences.
This 4-week course offers practical, accessible and fun activities that, if practised regularly, help you and your clients:
- Slow down, stay calm and connected
- Stay mentally well
- Improve self esteem and confidence
- Encourage creativity and improve your photography skills
- Become more focused, motivated, engaged and productive
- Build emotional resilience and adaptability
- Take positive action
Who is the course for?
Mental health and wellbeing professionals, coaches and mentors, psychologists, therapists and counsellors, photo and art therapists, social workers, mindfulness teachers, school teachers, university lecturers and museum educators, amateur and professional photographers, anyone who would like to slow down and be creative…
The four sessions follow the Look Again tried and tested methodology, backed by the University of Gloucestershire, adapted to suit the current circumstances. All activities are kept simple and are suitable for you to do at home, in your local neighbourhood, online or face to face in groups when conditions allow.
Every week you explore a different theme that encourages creativity and insight:
Session 1. Learn to see
Session 2. New perspectives
Session 3. Compassionate connection
Session 4. Dealing with change
Weekly activities will be set to encourage participants to develop a mindful photography practice and benefit fully from the course. There is also a private Facebook page for sharing photos, insights and learning on a week to week basis.
£147 early bird until 6 September, £197 (standard)
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