About this Event
Weekend Workshop led by UK-based Certified Trainer and Integrative Therapist Law Turley, and Trainer Candidate Firdoz Gangat
Learn how to:
- Overcome shame and Imposter Syndrome
- Create better and more authentic connections
- Deal with past hurts and have difficult conversations
- Deepen and improve your relationships with family & friends
- Tell the truth about who you really are
- Show up as ‘the real you’ in all areas of your life.
What you can expect from this weekend workshop
- A beginner’s introduction to the practice of Radical Honesty
- An intentional context that will encourage you to notice the ways in which you normally hide yourself and withhold from others
- Guided group and paired exercises with other participants
- Encouragement and caring support in expressing yourself authentically and openly in the group
- Emphasis on your in-the-moment experience and physical sensations as they relate to your emotional state
- Direct and honest feedback on your way of being
- Guidance and support for future conversations, post workshop
- Laughter, fear, anger and sadness
- The opportunity to make a whole lot of new friends.
Is this workshop right for me?
This workshop is designed for curious newcomers, as well as those with some knowledge and experience of Radical Honesty, and for anyone interested in learning to communicate authentically and improving their life and relationships.
However, If you have a diagnosed mental health condition (such as bi-polar, a personality disorder or C/PTSD), please contact Law to discuss whether this workshop is suitable for you.
Important Note: Radical Honesty workshops are a facilitated practice space for participants to experiment with authentic relating, and are not ‘group therapy'. Whilst the trainers seek to create a context and container for intense emotions and reactions - this can be overwhelming for some participants to witness.
Friday Dec 2nd: 6pm - 9pm
Saturday Dec 3rd: 10am - 6pm (1hr lunch)
Sunday Dec 4th: 10am - 6pm (1hr lunch)
8-12 participants / 2 Trainers
The Practice Room
Flat 1 - 51 Broad Street
Please note that the venue is only accessible by a narrow flight of stairs, and regretfully has no wheelchair access. Wheelchair users may want to attend one of our London workshops, the venue for which is on the ground floor.
Locals (Bristol/SW UK): £250.00
After Sept 30: £350.00
Introduction to Radical Honesty - 3hrs (Friday 6pm-9pm)
2 day Weekend Workshop - 2 x 7hrs (Sat/Sun 10am-6pm with break)
Post-Workshop Zoom Call with the Trainers (date agreed w/ group)
Email/WhatsApp Group (to keep in touch with participants/practice)
FOOD / ACCOMMODATION:
The workshop price does not include food/accommodation.
You are free to bring your own lunch to eat at the venue, or in one of the nearby parks, or to eat out at one of the many nearby markets of restaurants. The venue has a kitchen for making tea and coffee and preparing/storing food and snacks.
There are a variety of hotels, B&Bs and AirBnB in the Broad Street area, if you are not based locally to Bristol. The venue is situated around 20m down from the Mercure Grand Hotel, and a short walk from the Marriot City, if convenience is your priority.
Once the full workshop fee has been paid, and your place reserved, I will not issue refunds.
Workshop places may be transferred to someone else (see earlier note re: suitability), or to another weekend workshop facilitated by me, within one year. Requests for transfers must be submitted 7 days before the workshop date.
ABOUT THE TRAINERS:
Law Turley is a Certified Radical Honesty Trainer (US, 2017) as well as a UK BACP Registered Integrative Therapist, Counsellor (UK, 2014) and Supervisor. She works integratively with individuals and couples in Exeter, South West UK, with an emphasis on authentic relating, and awareness and noticing practice.
Law first discovered the Radical Honesty Community in 2015, while trying to figure out the best way to work through her lifelong Imposter Syndrome. She was certified as a trainer by Brad Blanton in Miami, Florida in 2017.
As well as running workshops, Law also performs singing and playing guitar, as well as writing about her experience of Radical Honesty, mental health and self-work on the blogging platform Medium.
Please email Law at: [email protected] to discuss any concerns you have or to ask any questions.
Since discovering Radical Honesty in 2016, Firdoz Gangat's life has changed extraordinarily, as he learned to feel his bodily sensations and share emotional experiences, allowing the creation of deep connections with others.
He is trained in Bodywork and Tantric Healing Therapy and is interested in conscious sexuality, consent, breathwork and men's work. Since 2018, he has led the Radical Honesty London Meetup Group.
Passionate about honesty and healing, and with great thanks to Radical Honesty, his friendships, intimate relationships and lifestyle have improved as he embodies this work. Firdoz leads the Radical Honesty Anti-Racism Group. In 2020 he founded London Alchemy: a Human Healing and Honesty Movement.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Flat 1 - 51 Broad St, 51 Broad Street, Bristol, United Kingdom