Personal development is a process that invites you to look back on your life experiences and gain new insights into the person you are today. From a place of greater self-knowledge, you can then make more conscious choices about how you shape your life going forward.
In my personal development programme, I offer simple and practical self-awareness exercises, involving writing, the use of images and other forms of creative self-expression. Working week by week, you are invited to spend time reflecting on specific themes and then meet with me to talk through what you are discovering about yourself.
Many of the exercises were created by a Guatemalan psychologist called Carlos Cabarrus, with whom I studied over several years. Other exercises are drawn from the work of Liesl Silverstone and Natalie Rogers in expressive arts therapy and Susan Bauer-Wu in the field of mindfulness.
You can find examples of the exercises here.
From time to time, I run taster courses in personal development, free of charge, and you can find more details about these here.