Guilt & Shame (The Trauma Glue) Workshop with Stefan Charidge aka ‘The Metaphor Man’

Here, you can learn how guilt and shame manifest and how you can work effectively...

Last updated 24 June 2024

Here, you can learn how guilt and shame manifest and how you can work effectively with them.

Guilt and shame can become debilitating and prevent overcoming trauma (resulting in a fixed Gestalt and stuckness).

This webinar will give you insights and options through experiential experiments, so some will have an opportunity to work (with their process or clients (real or imaginary)), else everyone will be offered a process as a group.

If something bubbles up for you within any webinars that you may wish to explore further, or if you would like to join a PD or supervision group, you can contact me via charidge@gmail.com and arrange a one-off session and or supervision.

Learning Objective Participants Can Expect From This Event

  • The origins of Guilt & Shame.
  • How NOT to work with Trauma.
  • Tools and resources in supporting change.

Who is This Workshop Appropriate For?

  • All are interested in the human experience of human emotions.

How May This Workshop Impact Your Practice?

  • You could have a different approach and tools to support change with a new way of listening to what is not spoken or shared.

Course Content

Guilt and Shame Workshop with Stefan Charidge aka 'The Metaphor Man'


Stefan Charidge

Stefan Charidge aka ‘The Metaphor Man’  . Stefan is an internationally recognised facilitator and trainer and has been in private practice for over twenty years. Delivering trainings on various topics including Anger Management, Gestalt Therapy, Archetypes and Psychodrama, within many environments and online. He is an accredited psychotherapist and counselling and qualified supervisor, with a unique blend of Gestalt and Jungian therapy.

I am available for individual work, groups and Supervision (Ind or Group) as well as live workshops.

If you have an organisation that would be interested in a full day/weekend workshop, on one topic or another. Do get in touch.