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Next Living Wisdom School starting in September 2019

Wednesday, September 04, 2019   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: counselling, mental wellbeing, Courses, Relationships, Training

Michael Wise from Wisdom Counselling is offering the next Living Wisdom School - starting in 4 weeks time. This is a 10-week course run over 3 Saturdays and 9 Wednesday evenings - a total of 50 hours.

Dates: Saturday 28th September to Saturday 30th November 2019.
Location: Wisdom Counselling (440 Tuahiwi Road, Tuahiwi)
Cost: $920 with $100 deposit on registration. Price includes the Living Wisdom Course Manual, Living Wisdom Insights Booklet and Certificate, and one hour of personal counselling with Michael Wise.

Places are limited so register now to secure your spot. Payment can be made in instalments, and can be negotiated in advance.

Visit the Wisdom Counselling website for more information on the Living Wisdom School, including how to register.

Anyone is welcome to attend one day or one evening for free. Contact Wisdom Counselling if you would like to attend a class (03 745 9118 or 027 340 8325).

About the Living Wisdom School

The Living Wisdom School teaches how to live an empowered  life with good mental emotional skills. It is all we were probably not taught or brought up with but should have been to cope in a difficult world.

Have you ever wondered what a better life would look like, and how to get there?

Imagine a life without anxiety, anger, bitterness or feeling stuck. Being able to say "No" to people when necessary. Or a life with a future plan, knowing how to make the future what you want it to be rather than feeling like life is just going nowhere?

Or how to feel empowered rather than depressed, to feel positive rather than pessimistic.

Or a life with skills, how to set boundaries with your 'difficult-person' who is intrusive, or to be an assertive person, or being a good negotiator?

The Living Wisdom School does all this and much much more, giving tools and the so needed skills we were never taught in our childhood. This is the way to achieve great mental, emotional and spiritual health, and live in peace. How would that be?

The Living Wisdom School course is a great way to upskill as an individual, people helper, counsellor, minister or leader. It is also a wonderful way to set up a young adult for a successful and emotionally balanced life and sense of being in control!

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