Transforming your ‘inner team’

Have you ever found yourself in a stressful situation, or a difficult personal or workplace relationship, that you couldn’t seem to shift or change? What did you do? How did you handle it? Did you find yourself doing the ‘same old, same old’ and were left feeling frustrated, perplexed and wondering what to do next?  Victor Frankl proposes that

  • When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.
  • Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.
  • Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.

So how does one change ‘one’s attitude’ or access ‘that space’?  Sometimes, it takes a while to find a way that feels ‘right’.  In the meantime parts of us may be left feeling ‘inadequate’ or ‘not good enough’ about the situationTheorists suggest, that accessing and integrating our ‘inner team’ offers possibilities to transform our old inner patterns, and feel more comfortable in those ongoing uncomfortable situations.

Transforming your Inner Team
I love sharing what I have come to know, about transforming the ‘inner team’, through the universal language of artistic expression and its perceived objectivity. Working in this way reduces stress, resistance and builds connection\s.

This simple creative approach respects you as the expert of your own life. I am here to offer opportunities, in a non-judgemental and safe space, where you can explore your personal values and beliefs, and build intra and interpersonal acceptance and confidence. I share with you the underpinning proven theories and processes of Mindfulness, Focusing, Parts Psychology, SoulCollage® and other humanistic arts-based systems.

You don’t have to have any artistic experience to be successful using this approach. You only need a little curiosity, courage and a willingness to use scissors
and a glue stick!

People generally find 6 – 10 inquiry sessions helpful, and you will have a self-inquiry process you can use for life.

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Exploring ‘what’s holding me back’, (parts collage self inquiry, 2018)

For more information please contact
Robyn Davis
Phone: 0430 220 552 – Email: robyndavis.email@gmail.com