Trauma to Transformation Workshop with Malcolm Stern

Trauma is inevitable in our lives. This experiential workshop will look at the ways in...

Last updated 5 May 2024

Trauma is inevitable in our lives. This experiential workshop will look at the ways in which we manage our own and clients’ trauma. It will examine the resources we build and practice in our development, that allow us to meet trauma courageously. As we grow in our abilities to stand tall in the face of adversity, we come to recognise that its not about what happens to us, but more importantly how we manage our state when trauma visits us.

In learning to engage with trauma, there is often a hidden blessing, where life reveals to us the possibility of transformation of our human frailties.

Malcolm’s main learning in this area came when his daughter Melissa took her own life in 2014, and he was able to build and marshal already existing resources.

Course Content

Trauma and Transformation Workshop with Malcolm Stern

Presenter

Malcolm Stern

Malcolm Stern has worked as a group and individual psychotherapist for more than 30 years. He was a co-founder of Alternatives at St James’s Church in London and runs groups internationally.

He is the author of Falling in Love / Staying in Love (Piatkus 2004) and Slay Your Dragons with Compassion ( Watkins 2020). He co-presented Channel 4’s relationship series, ‘Made for Each Other’ in 2003 and 2004 and sailed on the ‘Rainbow Warrior’ with Greenpeace in the 1980s. The book he is currently writing is an exploration of the shadow and its necessity in our evolutionary development.