One-day Workshop : The Glass Half Full

Feel better about your relationship with alcohol

Do you start thinking about your next glass of wine when the one you have in front of you is half full? Do you beat yourself up about that?

Whether you are a sipper, a swallower, a binger or don't touch a drop, this day will help you sort out your relationship to alcohol.

In the workshop:

The approach is based upon using your own imagination - it's what gave you your attitudes to alcohol, so it's the most powerful asset you have for changing how you think and feel.

What this workshop is NOT

A confessional or somewhere others tell you what to do or think

What this workshop IS

An exploration, fun, creative - somewhere you make up your own mind.

What people say

"As a result. (of the workshop) I no longer felt I daren't have a drink. I could control it rather than the other way round. I could choose to have a drink rather than "having" to have a drink."
Marion S.

"The methods that you employed touched me deeply and let me understand the roots of my relationship with alcohol, the potential future and how to make that future be different to what it is today.
It has given me a platform to build on and I have started to build, already revisiting my notes and the exercises you introduced and putting the philosophy into practice.
"
Bill W.

"Whilst I now am still able to enjoy a glass of wine the insights Lisa's course gave me have enabled me to view it with more freedom and choose just to have one glass. My previous pattern was the booze equivalent of feast or famine.
Lisa handles the workshop with skill, honesty and humour and the experience of The Glass Half Full has stayed.with me and significantly impacted on my attitude to booze.
"
Jo B.

Call 01229 583750 to reserve your place.

Fee: £80

Location: Green Lane Farm, Green Lane, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 0JX

When:See Calendar

Time: 10.00 - 17.00 hrs

About Lisa Morgan

This workshop is led by Lisa Morgan - hypnotherapist, creative thinking specialist, author and consultant to businesses. She is Chair of the UK Guild of Hypnotist Examiners.

Lisa's working relationship with alcohol goes back a long way. In the late eighties, as a consumer planner in an ad agency, she developed the original strategy for the successful 'Drinking and Driving Wrecks Lives' campaign. In doing that, she learnt that the images in our minds are by far the most powerful trigger for changing behaviour. More recently, as a Research and Planning Director of one of the largest spirits companies in the world, Lisa became expert in understanding the hows and whys of drinking. She has also visited more bars than she can remember.

Lisa's approach focuses on your imagination, not your words - an approach she refined working with non-English speakers when she worked for 10 years in Asia. She is not affiliated to any government or private drinks-related organisation..

She has been featured in SHE magazine - where her workshops were described as 'pioneering' - as well as in articles in The Times (Body and Soul supplement), the Financial Times and several newspapers of the regional press. Lisa has also often been a guest speaker on radio.

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