Lemons to Lemonade runs a series of workshops for individuals and couples that are aimed at helping people develop and maintain their psychological well-being.
Psychological well-being isn’t just the absence of mental health difficulties or emotional distress. Some psychologists suggest that it involves three distinct but related aspects: life satisfaction, frequent positive feelings or emotions, and infrequent negative feelings or emotions. All of these depend on how we’re doing in relation to our most important goals: if we’re making good progress towards all or most of our important goals we tend to feel satisfied with life, and when we make really good progress on any one of them we experience positive feelings.
Lemons to Lemonade workshops help you discover how to develop and maintain psychological well-being in your own life. We run a full-day Psychological Well-Being Workshop, and half-day workshops on specific psychological well-being topics such as our Stress and How to Deal With It Workshop and our Anger and How to Deal With It Workshop. All our workshops are run jointly by Dr. Rachel Skippon and Dr. Stephen Skippon.
Our psychological well-being workshops are run at various venues in the region, including Gladstone’s Library in Hawarden, which has its own café, Food for Thought, a comfortable lounge, and beautiful grounds that workshop participants can use.
Check our workshops page for details of our next psychological well-being workshops.
Our full-day workshops run from 9:30am to 4:30pm and cost £95.
Our half-day workshops run from 9:30am to 1:00pm and cost £50.