The exercises that are included with each lesson help you to be honest with yourself as you explore, and be constantly aware of your thoughts, beliefs, stories, emotions and feelings. So often we subconsciously have disempowering thoughts and beliefs - being aware of them allows us the opportunity to re-author them so they are empowering. The exercises also help makes what is internal and interior (thoughts, beliefs, feelings, emotions, stories, judgements, contradictions) become external and exterior - when the words and emotions exist outside of the body and mind then there is space to truly see them - then they can transform.
This is an online self-directed course comprising of videos and exercises.
Module 1 covers topics related to wellbeing: (1) Self-care; (2) Thoughts; (3) Stories; (4) Self-awareness; and (5) Self-worth.
Module 2 covers topics related to resilience: (1) Dealing with difficult emotions; (2) Stress management; (3) Acceptance and control; (4) Mindfulness; and (5) Mindset.
Belinda Noyes in her own words...
I am an inspirational writer, counselor, coach, mindfulness enthusiast, relaxation therapist, thought provoker, soul seeker, mother, wife... and many other things, but mostly I am a perfectly imperfect human being who is doing her best to live a conscious and meaningful life. I live in the beautiful Wairarapa (New Zealand) with Tony, my husband of 18 years who is the local veterinarian. We have a 14 year old daughter, a 5-year old son, a one-eye dog, a large breed cat (who I think has dwarfism because he is tiny) and a stray ginger cat with a neurological condition that lives under our house. I am happily embracing middle age, unlearning everything that doesn't serve me while creating space for self kindness, compassion and acceptance - it is a daily practice, most days I succeed, but some days I don't.
NZVA member: free as part of your NZVA member subscription.
Non-member: $100 NZ dollars (includes 15% GST).
Access to course
Non-members are required to register for this course.
Members can access the course directly from the VetScholar website. If you are new to VetScholar, please check your email (including your junk mail) for your access details).
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