The mental health flip book or ‘Flipping Through Emotions’ book, is a development of the Realigning Thoughts Workshops. The flip book is another way to look at realigning negative and intrusive thoughts into more positive ones. When creating this object I took influence from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), as during this form of therapy youContinue reading “Flipping Through Emotions”
Realigning Thoughts and Colour.Friday 5th February 2021 at 11 am and 2 pm (GMT). I began the workshops with a short guided meditation as spending a few minutes quietening thoughts is highly beneficial. This weeks meditation was to ensure a clear mind and let go of any negative thoughts or stress. The affirmation that accompaniedContinue reading “Realigning Thoughts Workshop Series 01”
From both personal research and a selection of workshops I have so far gathered that rearranging your words can begin to realign your thoughts. That said, it may be an activity that helps in the present moment and so further work needs to be done to discover if long term effects can happen. The workContinue reading “Can rearranging your words realign your thoughts?”
My second (virtual) workshop was an extension of the previous one, answering the question again can we realign our thoughts by rearranging our words. I held two workshops on Wednesday 30th December at 2pm and 6pm. I believed holding these workshops before the end of 2020 was a positive and calming way to end theContinue reading “Realigning Thoughts & Poetry Workshop”
Friday 11th December at 2pm. The workshop consisted of one small activity that lasted 15 – 20 minutes. The activity was to answer the question, can we realign our thoughts by rearranging our words? During the (virtual) workshop, I directed everyone to write a negative thought, either one that has been bothering them lately orContinue reading “Realigning Thoughts Workshop”
If we can reorganise our words, can we restructure our thoughts?
We’ve all been there, woken up and just thought, “I can’t wait for this day to end.” The days where the only thing appealing seems to be lying in bed or on the sofa all day long. There are many self-help books out there with tricks and tips of how to avoid these days andContinue reading “Down Days”
Art Therapy was founded by Adrian Hill in 1942 whilst he was recovering from tuberculosis. He discovered the benefits of drawing and painting, which helped in his recovery. He introduced Art Therapy into hospitals and sanatoria’s, which allowed patients to relieve their mental distress due to concentrating on and expressing their feelings and pain throughContinue reading “Art Therapy”