Manage your wellbeing – engaging in good selfcare

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EMC is offering two opportunities to be part of this practical and interactive virtual workshop on managing your wellbeing and how to engage in good selfcare.

The workshop will explore - 

What is stress and how does the body and brain respond to stress?

  • Healthy pressure – pressure / performance curve
  • Link between selfcare and wellbeing – what is selfcare and wellbeing?

What happens if we neglect selfcare?

  • Exploring the Selfcare model and taking some time to reflect upon ourselves against the model

What gets in the way of good selfcare?

  • Physical - Energy management
  • Mental – manage your state
  • Emotional – emotional regulation system
  • Emotional - positive construct communication model
  • Professional – co coaching exploration
  • Spiritual – values?

Self compassion – reflecting on how would you treat a friend

Attendees will be provided with some prework, this will including; spotting the signs of pressure and exploring thinking around their values worksheet

There are two date options to chose from

  • 3 February 10:00 -13:00
  • 9 February 9:30 – 12:30

Virtual Platform - The workshops will take using Zoom.


  • £65 per person for EMC Members
  • £75 per person for Associate Members; and
  • £95 for non-members 

All costs subject to VAT.

The workshop numbers are limited to ensure the sessions are interactive, early booking is advised.

How to book

To book a place please use the link below.  Prior to the course you will receive the registration details of how to join via Zoom.

Workshop Facilitator

The workshops will be hosted by Julie Hickton who works in the field of personal development, resilience, wellbeing and leadership.

Julie’s passion for assisting individuals and businesses to achieve their potential is a real inspiration. Her positive motivational personality is infectious, creating a real sense of purpose, focus and enjoyment for all those who work with her.

Julie’s passion for helping individuals flourish and be of their best has led her to develop her skills and knowledge around wellbeing and how to support individuals who suffer from stress, anxiety and depression. She utilises her training in Positive Psychology, Therapeutic Coaching, NLP, Time To Think, Emotional Intelligence and compassion when working with individuals and in the workshops she creates.

As an author, Julie has written about resilience and wellbeing in her book “The Tree of Resilience”.  She uses the art of storytelling to make connections that inspire others who are experiencing difficulties.

“I had been struggling to read at all for some time when I started reading this on New Year's Eve .... and couldn't put it down. I was pulled immediately into the stories. Through them, I discovered new resources I had forgotten. It helped me to re-frame the health challenge of extreme stress I was facing and gave me a new optimism and sense of hope for the New Year. Thank you Julie”  

Review on Amazon

If you are interested in this workshop, you might also be interested in the Develop your Resilience session that Julie Hickton will be running in March 2021, details are available from here.

Upcoming Dates for this event