How to facilitate life change
2 hours workshop about neuroscience of changing behaviour
- 2 hr2 hours
- 400 British pounds£400
- Customer's Place
Why do we struggle with change when it is the only thing we know to be certain? Neuroscientist & Behavioural Psychotherapist, Tatiana Dmitrieva explains how to deal with the inevitable shifting of tides in a more effective way. Charles Darwin believed that not the strongest or the most intelligent species survive, but the ones most adaptable for change. Change is everywhere. Human body changes every day without our conscious effort. Circumstances change, people come and go. The natural impermanence of things creates uncertainty, lack of control, stress, anxiety, inevitable mental pain and requirement for change. If you keep doing what you’ve always done – you will have results you’ve always had… Or worse… Accepting the fact that change is a necessity is one of the most difficult challenges for human beings. We trust familiar and try to avoid dangerous novelties. However, unsatisfied need for change causes depression and even self-annihilation. This talk, given by practicing Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, neuroscientist and transformation coach Tatiana Dmitrieva will provide you with simple and efficient practical framework as well as tools and methods on how to facilitate self-change smartly and successfully.
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