Wednesday, 17 December 2014 14:32

Creative Awareness

Half-Full Day workshops, created and conducted by Dr Ira van der Steenstraten in collaboration with visual artist Priscilla Jean of Priscilla's Art Gallery

Creativity is a word that is used in many different ways and just the word itself can stir up a whirlpool of emotions. As children we feel free to use our imagination and creativity but once we become rationally thinking and acting adults, many of us feel we have lost the ability to use our creativity that freely. 

Creativity is the ability of turning imaginative ideas into reality. It can be related to creating pieces of art but it can also mean being flexible in how you respond to the challenges life throws at you, how you cope with (difficult) situations. Having a variety of coping styles can empower you. It can mean you have the creativity to become more flexible in your reactions

You can become more creative by becoming more aware. This means you can see things in new ways. You can make (new) connections, generate (new) solutions. 

The Creative Awareness workshops can help you to become more Mindfully Aware. This is done through creative and Mindfulness exercises.

The next 'Creative Awareness' workshop will be on Thursday 1 September 2016, 10 am - 2.30 pm at the Old School House Gallery, 124-126 Shore Street North, Cleveland QLD 4163.

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014 06:08

Resilience on the Run

This group program focuses on enhancing resilience in interns by exploring how certain stressful situations can be handled best during any given stage of their career and developing practical strategies for improved resilience and well-being. Participants are encouraged to share personal experiences that have been problematic. Contents of the sessions can be adjusted according to the needs of the participants.

The program consists of 4 weekly sessions of 90 minutes.

This program is developed by Dr Ira van der Steenstraten for the Australian Medical Association Queensland (AMAQ).

For more information on the Resiliance on the Run Program follow the link. Or download the pdf.

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014 06:06

Mindfulness for Families

Mindfulness training for the whole family.

Parents and children learn togethter about the basic principles of Mindfulness. The attention of family members will be trained using mental exercises and guided meditation. These will be adjusted to the age and development of the youngest family member. The minimum age for the children is 5 years.

Sessions will preferably be held at the home of the family. The duration of the sessions and the duration of the program depend on the needs of the family.

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