For those wanting to learn how to manage your emotions, come and be part of this highly interactive, experiential, fun and informative workshop on to how you can train your brain to work for you.
“Life asks of us to be ‘love’. And to be ‘love’ is a state of being – no action necessary. To achieve this state we need to know why we become distressed, what the role of emotions in our life are for, and learn to harness all that we have be given to live our potential.” Noula
Noula Diamantopoulos is an Australian psychotherapist whose work is powered to eliminate individual and collective shame by re-creating perceptions and in turn change behavior. She will have you laughing and questioning by turn.
Noula’s work covers three core dimensions: psychotherapy support to those experiencing everything from anxiety through to complex PTSD, as well as other mental health issues; her personal art practice where she uses a range of large-scale mediums to open new conversations and perspectives on mental health issues; and workshops and courses focused on the unique relationship between neuroscience, therapy and art.
Her work is fuelled by a deeply-held ambition to eliminate the influence of shame on our lives and behaviours. She believes that with the support of positive psychology practice, and a better understanding of the effectiveness of art process on our mental health and wellbeing, individuals can move through limiting mental barriers and behaviour blocks, into a higher quality of life
At YOKE we embrace this exciting and challenging era by digging deep into the world of creativity, where we believe our collective spirit can genuinely create real, positive change.
For more information on this full line-up of talks and workshops as part of YOKE POP-UP during this years Sydney Fringe.