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Corinne Sweet: Everyday Self-Care for Busy Lives series
13th May, 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm£6.00
Corinne will be talking about the effects that lockdown has had on us all, and the problems that many of us will face in the journey ahead, towards the new normal. She will draw on her new series of books and offer ways to transform a negative mind-set in just two minutes using a range of proven mindfulness techniques, including visualisation, affirmations, and meditations.
Two Minutes to Sleep
Sleep is essential to our mental and physical health, yet in this frantic, demanding world it can be hard to achieve the quality rest our bodies and minds require. Corinne Sweet troubleshoots common sleep problems and reveals the simple habits to adopt to set yourself up for a good night’s rest.
Two Minutes to Confidence
Achieve an instant confidence boost, no matter how time poor you feel. With all the pressures and responsibilities of modern life, it can be easy to get stuck in a confidence rut. Banish feelings of anxiety, stress and imposter syndrome with these quick and easy two-minute exercises.
Two Minutes’ Peace
Your to-do list is never-ending, schedule hectic: there is too much to do in too little time. You feel stressed, frustrated, overwhelmed and overloaded. With simple two-minute exercises designed to fit around your life, Corinne Sweet reveals how to tune out of the busyness of everyday for a moment of restorative calm.
Corinne Sweet is a qualified psychotherapist and psychologist with over 25 years’ experience. She has published 21 titles, including popular psychology bestsellers, such as Change Your Life with CBT, The Anxiety Journal and The Mindfulness Journal. She regularly appears on TV and radio collaborating frequently with BBC Breakfast and BBC Radio Scotland. Corinne trained on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, was a magazine and newspaper Agony Aunt and a Big Brother psychologist.
She is the Chair of the Books Committee of the Writer’s Guild of Great Britain, and champions women’s and writer’s rights.