Caught in a relationship trap, where you keep doing or experiencing the same thing, again and again, even when you’ve promised yourself that this time it’s different?
Want to find out the traps and snares that keep snagging you back into the past when you’re trying to build something that lasts?
Curious about where and how unhelpful patterns of relating are formed, and what you can do to identify them and to change them?
“Oops!… I Did It Again” is a webinar where hosts Beth Wallace and Sarah Taylor address all of these questions, and more, in a discussion that sheds light on those darker places in relationship that are often hard to get to, and hard to look at.
Participants will not be on camera nor microphone so privacy is protected.
In short, we’re here to prod at the underbelly of intimacy, and what it is that can make it SO DAMNED HARD!
The webinar is 90 minutes. The first part, which lasts about an hour, is broken into four main sections:
- Attraction – The “BOOM!” of the initial encounter and the tremendous charge that accompanies it
- Relating and Repetition – The phase where the blush wears off and reality sets in; where patterns become apparent and start to play out
- Re-emergence – Coming out the other side and integrating what’s happened
- Moving Forward – The possibility of change and a new sense of relatedness
In the second part, which is about 30 minutes, there will be a Q&A where you have the opportunity (entirely optional!) to ask questions and share your experiences.
You will also receive a HAND-OUT covering all four sections, as well as useful information and resources.
*** The webinar will also be recorded, so you do not need to attend live (though obviously the option to ask questions will be for those on the live call only) ***
Thursday, November 23, at 8.30 pm GMT / 3.30 pm EST / 12.30 pm PDT / 9.30am NZDT Friday Nov. 24th
Webinar on Zoom (both live and recorded). Registered participants will be sent a link to connect with the webinar & will need to install Zoom, which is free to download & use, prior to the webinar.
Sarah & Beth will be on camera & mic & those asking questions during the Q & A period have the option to do so on camera, using voice only, or via text only, using an anonymous username if they wish – participation is confidential & can be private from other participants. Your email address for payment & registration, seen by our admin only, will not be retained for future use without your express permission.
€22 (about $25) which includes:
- Webinar and recording
- A 15% reduction on both Beth and Sarah’s consultation fees if you choose to book a follow-up appointment with either of them within one month of the webinar
(PayPalMe will convert your own currency into Euros for the transaction.)
Sarah Taylor is a tarot reader and coach with a psychodynamic approach to her client work. She has been interested in explorations into the psyche from as far back as she can remember, and has a particular interest in those unconscious factors that motivate us in our lives and in our relationships.
She has worked as a tarot reader, writer, teacher, and workshop facilitator for 12 years, and is currently undertaking an MA in Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies at the University of Essex.
Beth Wallace’s professional passion is supporting people to navigate authentic connection & intimacy.
An Applied Psychology gratuate & professionally qualified psychotherapist Beth has studied, trained & worked in the field of sex, sexuality & adult relationship for 30 years. The founder & director of both Bliss Festival & the Irish Festival of Erotic Art she is one of Ireland’s best known advocates & activists in the realms of sexual freedom, empowerment & pleasure.
Beth is based in West Cork on the south west coast of Ireland where she sees clients internationally via Skype & Messenger as well as in person, she also facilitates & teaches retreats & workshops in Ireland & overseas as well as regularly speaks at large public events & in the national & international media on a variety of topics relating to sexuality & adult relationship.
You can learn more about Beth by visiting www.bethwallace.org