The Emotional Mix of 'Normality?'

Workshop Online

A creative workshop led by the Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution to explore the emotional mix of 'Normality?'.

In this workshop, participants will discuss the normality of feeling a wide range of emotions when in a family conflict, in particular within Covid-19 restrictions, and the importance of recognising these feelings to know how to positively transform them to improve emotional mental health and wellbeing. Through interactive activity, participants will have the opportunity to visually illustrate what their emotions look like to them at this time.

Participants will benefit from a greater understanding of the importance of our wide range of ‘normal’ emotions, and the mind and body connection to better regulate how we act and react by recalibrating our emotional states to transform conflict and improve relationships.

They will feel more connected through understanding the importance of recognising their feelings and learn about the resources and information available (including psychoeducational, digital resources on the SCCR website) that can better support their physical, emotional and mental health and wellbeing as a result of engaging with the activities.

Materials

Please join the workshop with some art materials to use during the activity e.g. pens, pencils, paints, paper, playdough - whatever you feel most comfortable to create with!

Zoom

Once you've registered you will be sent the details on how to join nearer the time to the event. This session is at an introductory level and no prior knowledge of the subject is required.

Please note Zoom offers video capability so you can join with your webcam on, but this is entirely up to you and this option can be turned off. However, we would love to see your faces and feel it is a more interactive experience with videos on.

Zoom ONLINE

Tue 11th May
12PM - 1PM

Price: FREE

Book: Eventbrite

Recommended Audience: Young people aged 16+, parents, carers, professionals and practitioners working with families.