CPD workshop event

CPD workshop event:

 

Adrian Derbyshire 2xGold and 3xSilver Medal winner for Great Britain will be delivering an inspirational insight into the mind of a world champion athlete.

 

We will also be covering the NLP Anchoring technique and How to develop your practice as a therapist.

And you will have the opportunity to network

 

Free for Existing Centre of Excellence Students

Date: Tuesday May 5th

Time: 10am to 4pm

Venue: Unsworth Cricket Club, Pole Lane, Unsworth Bury

You can book your free place here:

http://bookyourfreeplaceatournextevent-5thmay2015.gr8.com

 

The first part of the event:

Adrian Derbyshire 2xGold 3xSilver Medals for Great Britain will be delivering an inspirational insight into the mind of a world champion athlete

www.AdrianDerbyshire.co.uk

To date Adrian has competed at the very top tier of wheelchair sport having accumulated 2xGold 3xSilver Medals for Great Britain.

Adrian also carried the Olympic Torch as well as the Paralympic Lantern which makes him the only person in the world to be part of both celebrations.

 

The second part of the event

Jimmy Petruzzi will cover

Anchoring – How to Feel Great in an Instant!

Learn how to control your feelings and get into a positive resourceful state anytime, anywhere.

Learn how to help others from being stuck to being resourceful in just minutes

How to restore your resources – for example, how to find extra confidence when you need it, maintain emotional control and recollect events vividly

Be able to access a peak mental state

 

The third part the event

Award winning entrepreneur Sara Lou-Ann Jones

Will cover

How to develop your practice as a therapist

The workshop is Suitable for new or established therapists.

Do you want to know how to build your therapy business and gain new clients and learn about Marketing?

You may be an excellent therapist but just not very good at marketing yourself.

We will cover all aspects of how to get new clients and how to grow your practice

Learn easy steps to help grow your practice even more.

 

 

Adrian Derbyshire biography

www.AdrianDerbyshire.co.uk

To date Adrian has competed at the very top tier of wheelchair sport having accumulated 2xGold 3xSilver Medals for Great Britain.

Adrian also carried the Olympic Torch as well as the Paralympic Lantern which makes him the only person in the world to be part of both celebrations.

On 20th August 2008, Adrian’s life struck disaster. After going to bed that night, he woke up three days later to find himself in the middle of a hospital, surrounded by doctors and nurses . He was told he had a brain haemorrhage due to a Dermoid tumour which was in the core of his brain and was inoperable, in fact Adrian was given just a week to live. The haemorrhage had caused chemical meningitis which left him with speech, balance, and stroke like issues. Without any warning his life had changed forever.

 

He was unable to function as he use to, and his only way of getting around was in the confines of a wheelchair. For most people this would have left them depressed, however Adrian has only been positive since the incident.

Adrian’s life once again was turned upside down when in February 2013 he was a victim to a Hate Crime and burglary when six men broke into his home and stole over £40,000 worth of Great Britain memorabilia, coaching kit and his own Great Britain sports kit. This force Adrian into retirement due to not being able to compete.

Adrian is an Ambassador for six charities and is the official spokesperson for Stigma, Bullying and Hate Crime in the UK.

Adrian started a campaign in 2014 to speak to children about bullying, stigma and hate crime and to discuss the affects it has on it’s victims but to also inspire children by telling his story and talking about his campaign motto ‪#‎InspireBelieveSucceed.

 

To date Adrian has spoken to 39,000 children and young adults across the UK and hand cycled as part of his Health & Wellbeing role over 2,500 miles.

 

Adrian now commits all of his time to his campaign as well as to his charity and ambassador roles. He guest lectures around the world motivating and inspiring others to be the best that they can be

Writing Your Speech – The Six Magic Questions

Writing Your Speech – The Six Magic Questions
As a good speech writer you will need to think a lot like a good journalist or historian. Every journalist or historian faced with an important assignment always asks six important questions: Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?
When you write your speech you should do so with all of these questions in mind. Not every question will be relevant to your speech every time, but for the most part they are extremely important and can answer anything from the title of your speech to its length.
(Axtell 1992)
Let’s look at each one of these questions and see how they can be incorporated into a speech. Each question can have more than one answer, but here are some of the more basic answers.
• Who? Who is the audience for the speech? This is probably the most important question as it is directly connected to most of the other questions. Also, it can refer to you as well. Yes, a good motivational speech explains who the speaker is.
• What? What is the purpose of the speech? Is the speech being given as part of a special event or is it a seminar that you developed? Although your speech is motivational in nature, and you are being hired to deliver a speech as such, each event is unique and should be considered.

• When? When are you delivering the speech? This is more important than you may think. An early morning speech or one after lunch may mean that your audience is tired and you will have to adjust accordingly.

• Where? Where are you giving the speech? As discussed in a previous section of this manual, you should familiarize yourself with the venue where you are giving the speech. Seating, venue size, and the acoustics of the room are factors that you need to consider.

• Why? Why are you giving the speech? This is closely linked to what and how, but with many other aspects of speech writing, the devil is in the detail. Do your research on the people and event you are speaking to. Also, why relates to you: why are you speaking? You should have no problem answering this question as your answer should be passionate and full of emotion.

• How? How are you going to deliver the speech? This question may be overlooked because it doesn’t start with the letter “w”, but it is just as important as the others. The type of technology you use for your speech (PowerPoint for instance) and if you are delivering the speech via script or extemporaneously should be considered here. There are a variety of different ways to deliver a speech, but you need to determine what the best way is according to the situation.

Turn defeats and setbacks into successes

Turn defeats and setbacks into successes

https://youtu.be/IcekNXSaQUY

 

In a world where we’re constantly rushing around: We all know that life isn’t that simple and that throughout our journey in life we might face numerous challenges, problems and setbacks

The difference between people who succeed in life and those who don’t is their ability to face life challenges correctly and not the absence of challenges

Key Phases of Drama Therapy

Key Phases of Drama Therapy

 

It is important that any therapy system be based on a sound theoretical framework. Basically, the theory provides the therapist a lens from which to approach the therapeutic change process, and a blueprint from which to practice in a scientific way. Without a well thought through and sound theory, a therapy system can easily become too eclectic, lose focus on the change mechanisms that have been proven to work, and risk being ineffective. Theories help counselors understand the dynamics of human behavior and choose therapeutic approaches appropriate to specific clients and situations. Therefore, there is a widespread belief that a good working knowledge of and adherence to the theory that underlie therapy will lead to better clinical outcomes.