Elevate your Wellbeing for Workers (Oct) @ Kiama
Kiama NSW - Thursday, 15th October 2020
Have you ever asked yourself … “Why don’t my New Year’s resolutions to Elevate my Well being, ever eventuate?” The simple answer is... We often
make decisions without planning any action steps. (A goal without a plan is just a wish). If well-being is a goal for you this year, this workshop
will enable you to set your wellness intention, make a decision, and inspire you to take the necessary action to success.
Value your well-being… make a decision,...take action! 2020 is your year to Elevate Your Wellbeing.
- How well equipped am I at retaining my well-being through a crisis?
- Can I prevent at least some of the stressors I experience?
- How resilient am I?
- Do I ‘practise what I preach’ to my clients, children or students?
- Do I have wellness daily habits as a pattern in my life? What would my colleagues and close friends say?
- Do I have some wellness daily habits but want to develop more?
- This Workshop is best suited for anyone who wants to take their own well-being to the next level, and then to enable others to do the same. It comes
inclusive with Heather’s recently released, No.1 Best Seller book she has co-authored, ‘Elevate your Wellbeing.’
When: Thursday, 15th October 2020 from 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Where: Provided after registration, Kiama NSW
Cost: The early bird booking is $235 when registration occurs before 15th September 2020 (GST included). The fee for registrations
after the 15th September is $275). Morning tea and lunch are provided.
To register: Register and
complete payment below. A Tax Invoice will be emailed to you. The payment needs to be completed before the workshop occurs, for the registration to
be fully confirmed.
Facilitator: Heather McAlpine
Heather is a Trainer and Supervisor of Relationship Educators and Counsellors, and a Couples and Family Therapist in private practice, Kiama. She
is also a Consultant in Team Building, Conflict and Stress Management and Personality style for Government, NGO's and private organisations.
For 8 years, Heather worked as Clinical Coordinator for Relationships Australia, Illawarra where she led the Couples Therapy team, and Relationship
Education team, and was involved with training, supervision, creative seminars and the media. In 2001, Heather was awarded a Winston Churchill
Fellowship to study Marriage and Family Education in the UK and US. She is a public speaker and popular presenter on topics such as 'Hot Monogamy,'
"Do You Wanna Make Up?" and 'Leaping Relationship Hurdles'. Together with her husband, John, she is the Chaircouple and Trainer Couple of Better
Marriages Australia, and has been leading "Marriage Getaways" and Parenting Programs in Australia, Uganda , South Africa and India for over 27 years.
In her 'spare' time Heather enjoys long distance cycling, sustained by dark chocolate!
Feedback from previous workshops
“The unique combination of Heather’s integrity, heart and wisdom are incomparable and I trust her implicitly. Heather McAlpine is the real deal – a true beacon for profound change. She has care and kindness flowing into every person that is lucky enough to work with her. If you want to step deeper into becoming the person you always knew you could be, and revolutionise your relationships with self and others, Heather will take you there. I value her loving and wise guidance and recommend her not just for who she is but for the consistent, solid results she creates in her life and those around her.”
Deborah Adelin, Life Flow CEO, Author, Presenter.
We collect feedback from participants at the conclusion of each workshop we facilitate. You can find summary data on our feedback page. Some of the feedback collected from 32 participants between 2017 and 2018 in Heather McAlpine's Freedom through Forgiveness workshop includes:
"Heather works so hard to include and validate individual participant's experiences/comments/goals. Her flexibility and compassion is very much appreciated."
"Heather is an excellent presenter. She makes everybody feel at ease with her empathetic accommodation of everyone and where each participant may be at in their life's journey."