“Thank you so very much for one of the most insightful weekends I have ever had.”

Miranda McHardy, Counsellor

      The Stories We Tell


finding your bearings in the new reality

A one-day workshop looking at how we're adjusting to the new normal. Is living in a pandemic world making you re-think your values and beliefs, how you feel about work, relationships, leisure activities? How can you best meet the challenges and opportunities that this extraordinary time presents?

    personal insight workshops with                 

  JAMIE & SARAH JAUNCEY           


For enquiries email Corrie Watson

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“People think stories are shaped by people. In fact it's the other way round.”

Terry Pratchett

Next Workshops:

Nov 21 (Sat)

Time: 10–4

Where: Zoom

Cost: £95.00

Book here


Where Are We Now? offers you the space to reflect on these questions, share thoughts and feelings about your experiences of the pandemic, and find ways to move forward with energy and purpose.

We'll look at how well you've been coping with what’s going on, how good you are at tapping into your inner resources, and finding the support you need. We'll look at what changes you're noticing within yourself and what adjustments you're making.

As in all our workshops, we'll mix short reflecting and writing exercises with discussion and sharing of stories. The day will run from 10.00 to 4.00 with a one-hour lunch break at 1.00. (For CPD purposes it will count as five hours.)  Please get in touch with us here if you need any more information.

WORKING ONLINE We're aware that online workshops can be intense and tiring, so we pay special attention to comfort and pace. On this workshop there will be plenty of offscreen activity, short breaks and private breakout conversations, along with group discussion.

"If you are at all curious about life and your part in it ... then sign up. Awaken your mind, heart and soul."  

Steve Coulson, Business Coach

Where Are We Now? – how do we find the resources we need to face the challenges of life in a pandemic world. 21 November.