Mental Health and Wellbeing Workshops
Short, fun, interactive taster workshop designed to help people identify symptoms of physical and mental stress and participate in methods of relieving symptoms. Delivered by a professional Cazbro coach, this workshop addresses serious issues in an easily understood, light-hearted and relaxed format.
Each participant also receives a Cazbro Breathe, Squeeze & Life’s a Breeze booklet for their future reference.
The Setback Survival Workshop incorporates all of the elements from the Cazbro Breathe, Squeeze & Life’s a Breeze workshop and more.
The Setback Survival Workshop is a more in-depth look at becoming more resilient and better at handling anxiety, stress, setbacks and life’s disappointments.
Participants will develop and practise the skills needed to deal with all sorts of life’s twists and turns, culminating in each participant creating their own tailored setback survival plan.
These workshops and programmes explore many elements of assertive thinking and behaviours. We start with understanding what assertiveness is. Because many people confuse assertiveness with other types of behaviours, we think that’s a great starting point!
Participants also learn how to:
- Recognise assertive behaviour
- Reduce physical tension
- Say “No” assertively and without guilt
- Handle compliments and complaints
- Deal with disappointment and criticism assertively
- Adopt new assertive thinking styles and behaviours
Participants of Cazbro Assertiveness Workshops report having more respectful, meaningful and productive communication and interactions leading to increased confidence and self-esteem. So, come along and assert your right to be assertive!
Procrastination: The action of delaying something that must be done, often because it is unpleasant or boring.
We can all put things off until the last minute at times - but for serial procrastinators it’s more acceptable to not tackle a task than to face the possibility of falling short of expectations or failing.
You’ll notice the word ‘action’ in the definition above. Procrastinators are not lazy. They are often incredibly ‘busy’ finding ways of putting off doing stuff that needs to be done.
If you are a procrastinator, fear not! It is possible to overcome procrastination. We won’t pretend it doesn’t take a bit of effort on your part. You will feel just a little bit of psychological pain before you experience the joy of the gain – but it’s worth it!
When people understand what is driving their procrastination they can become more empowered to manage it. Cazbro creates practical strategies to adjust and deal with assumptions, fears and unhelpful and unwritten rules to help people overcome their discomfort with tasks.
Participants of Cazbro’s Putting Off Your Procrastination Workshop learn what they need to do to overcome their procrastination paralysis and how they can do it. This allows people to make decisions, reduce the burden of annoying, unfinished business and get more done!
Low self-esteem and low confidence, in many cases, can be attributed to negative past experiences and the way that we talk to ourselves in our own head. If that internal voice is often criticising, harsh and belittling of our efforts and attempts at whatever we want to achieve in life, is it any wonder that our confidence is undermined?
Those with healthy confidence have a voice which conveys different messages; positive, encouraging and reassuring messages which gives us a different view, even when things don’t go as we would like. Someone with low confidence and self-esteem may use the mistake to give themselves a hard time.
In order to build confidence you have to take action – but what action?
The Cazbro Improve Your Confidence & Self-Esteem Workshop explores how people undermine themselves and even self-sabotage. The workshop helps participants to define manageable actions and stepping stones to developing solid, quiet confidence leading to huge leaps in positive self-esteem. It’s light-hearted and easily understood format means our participants leave knowing what actions to take and thinking, “I can actually do this!”