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Signposts team takes its workshop to Wales

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Anita and Julia went to Aberystwyth this week to run a Signposts workshop for a CathSoc group. The workshop introduces the Signposts project and engages you adult participants (aged 18-35) in activities exploring how we make meaningful choices, and got the group thinking about how they can unlock their own potential.

 

The team is excited about taking the  take the introductory workshop to more locations, and is very keen to  hear from any groups of young adults who want to explore strategies for making good choices in life. While this one-off session of a couple of hours will meet the needs of some participants on its own, the team offers an invitation to join them for a residential weekend, where they will be able to explore their own decision-making process more deeply, and hopes many people will take up this opportunity too.

 

The first Signposts residential weekend will be held at Savio House from 20-22 January 2017, but if you miss that, don't worry - there's another coming along on 21-23 April 2017. (You don't have to do a workshop first).

 

The weekend offers a solid groundwork for good decision-making, where young adults are able to explore their personal decision-making process in depth, and they are taken through a series of thinking modes that move towards identifying meaning and purpose in life. It also provides a toolkit for choice based on sound psychology and some insights from the eastern and western spiritual traditions.

 

Contact Anita by email or phone 0207 139 8353 for more information about the Signposts weekends or the workshops.

 

Booking forms for the weekends are available for download here

 

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