Events Archive

Past public workshops and seminars.

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Past Events (Highlights)

Mental Health in Athletes – Who Cares?

When an athlete develops a mental health problem s/he will often be less able to access timely and high quality health care. The reasons for this are complex but becoming better understood. Research tells us not just about the extent of mental health problems in the sports arena, but is now helping us understand how and why problems emerge and what is best practice at all points along the treatment and care pathway. Featuring a ‘Psychological Treatment – an overview’ session from our Director Kate Goodger, with the conference keynote by our CEO Prof. Steve Peters, prevention; pre-habilitation; treatment and rehabilitation will be explored and the premise that there is parity of esteem between the mental health care of athletes and their physical health care will be discussed and challenged.

The conference is hosted by Chelsea Football Club (Stamford Bridge, London, UK) and is on Thursday 22nd June 2017.

This is not an event hosted by Chimp Management Ltd, so if you wish to enquire/book please see http://www.educationandtrainingnetwork.co.uk/Topics/The-Mental-Health-of-Athletes-who-cares

 


Conference in Optimising Success in Exam Performance

Are you a high achieving student but often find your emotions can get in the way of you performing at their best in tests? This engaging and interactive day for students to help them understand how their minds work and how to develop skills to manage their minds when facing the high performance pressures of exams. 

I liked learning how to cope and train the brain to work to my advantage. Y12 student

It has actually made her a stronger, more rational person. Parent of Y11 student

Venue: Loughborough University Stadium, Holywell Sports Complex, Holywell Park, Loughborough LE11 3GR. (Sat nav users use LE11 3AJ).
Dates: Wed. 22nd March from 10am to 3pm (Registration from 9:30am)
Facilitators: Tbc, Education-specialist Psychological Skills Mentors

Cost: £45 incl. drinks and snacks. (Advanced booking sale price £40 available until 5th March.(Please note lunch will not be provided and it is advised that delegates / students bring a lunch with them.)

Notes: Students must be accompanied and supervised by school staff or a responsible adult. Staff to student ratio is at least 1:20 or as determined by the school’s risk assessment and school off-site visits policy. Event facilitators are fully DBS checked (certificate numbers available on request). Chimp Management and their facilitators do not accept liability in case of illness, accident, loss, damage etc to persons, personal effects or property.

To book this conference please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please see our flyer or contact our Education Co-ordinator, Catherine Prince (phone : +44 (0) 114 246 0580).

 


‘Getting yourself in the best place: Making Emotion Work for You’ – the Self-development Spring 2017 Conference by Chimp Management

The rare but fantastic opportunity to see Professor Steve Peters. and his team present to the general public has arisen again. They will be presenting the Self-Development Spring Conference on Saturday 6th May 2017 at Hotel Football in the heart of Manchester. This conference is aimed at helping you turn emotion into positive action for performance, relationships, and life-goals. It is anticipated that by the end of the day you will have a better understanding of your own emotions, the way they work, and have some practical plans to start getting the best out of yourself and others.. This conference is open to everyone interested in learning about the Chimp Model and how it can help you. No prior Chimp Model knowledge required.
SteveVenue: 99 Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester, M16 0SZ. (By Car: 5 mins. from either M60 J7 or M602 J3; car parking is available at the venue. By Train: 5 mins walk from Manchester Utd. Football Ground Stn. By Air: 30 mins. from Manchester airport.)
Dates: Sat. May 6th 2017
Facilitators: Dean Coomer & Dr. Anna Waters, Psychological Skills Mentors and featuring Chimp Model creator Professor Steve Peters.
Cost: £199; early bird (until 28th February) discounted price £169 – use eCoupon Code ‘sd-man170506-15pcoff’. For 8 or more attendees, group discounts are available – contact Jack Purkiss (telephone: +44 (0) 114 246 0580) for more details.

To book this conference please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Self-development Co-ordinator, Jack Purkiss (telephone: +44 (0) 114 246 0580).


Conference in Emotional Health & Resilience in Students

How do you have happy and successful students in school? How do you equip them with the emotional skills and insight to have happy and successful futures? In association with Edsential, this practical 1 day conference for teaching and learning support staff to help students achieve their potential through being emotionally healthy and in a good place in themselves.

Venue: Village Hotel Chester St. David’s, St David’s Park, Ewloe, Hawarden, CH5 3YB.
Dates: Wednesday 25th January from 9:30am to 3:30pm (Registration from 9am)
Facilitators: Tbc, Psychological Skills Mentor
Cost: £185 excl. VAT

To book this conference please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Education Co-ordinator, Catherine Prince (telephone : +44 (0) 114 246 0580).


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Working with Resistance: Navigating and Managing Change

Change is a difficult process to initiate and manage if met with resistance or apprehension. In this one day workshop, leaders will explore what makes dealing with change more challenging for some individuals than others, as well as how to manage perceptions of risk and uncertainty. Delegates will gain practical ideas on how to enhance the probability of colleagues and students dealing with change more successfully. This event is hosted by the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL).

Delegates will:

  • Understand how our minds respond to change, new ideas and setbacks
  • Gain a perspective of where challenge and resistance in others is coming from
  • Look at practical approaches of how to manage and work with resistance

ASCL Professional Development has developed this course with our founder and CEO, Professor Steve Peters, following his inspirational keynote speech delivered at ASCL Annual Conference 2015.

This event is suitable for middle leaders, assistant and deputy heads, headteachers and school business leaders in all school and college settings.

Venue: Holiday Inn, Kensington Forum, London, SW7 4DN.
Dates: Thu. December 8th from 9:30am – 3:30pm

For further information and/or to book this course please go to the ASCL event page.


Conference in Emotional Health & Resilience in Students

How do you have happy and successful students in school? How do you equip them with the emotional skills and insight to have happy and successful futures? This practical 1 day conference for teaching and learning support staff to help students achieve their potential through being emotionally healthy and in a good place in themselves.

Venue: Devonport House, King William Walk, Greenwich, London, SE10 9JW.
Dates: Fri. December 9th from 9:30am – 3:30pm (Registration from 9am)
Facilitators: Elinor Wilde, Psychological Skills Mentor

Cost (incl. lunch & refreshments): £135

To book this conference please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Education Co-ordinator, Catherine Prince (mobile : +44 (0) 114 246 0580).


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(Self-Development) Monthly Discussion Group

  • Series of six one hour evening sessions
  • Hammersmith, West London
  • Starting (early) October 2016
  • Further details on this programme’s flyer

Ideal for individuals using the chimp model in their everyday life, who have already been on a chimp management course or who have engaged in chimp management 1:1s.

Each month the group will discuss an aspect of the chimp model and how you’re applying it to your daily life. It will be a discussion amongst the group, rather than a facilitator-led course or workshop. The discussion will be facilitated by a Chimp Management mentor.

Location: Hammersmith (5 minutes walk from Hammersmith Tube station)
Dates: 6th October, 3rd November, 8th December 2016 and 5th January, 2nd February & 2nd March 2017
Facilitator: (from) Dean Coomer, Jess Thom & Dr. Anna Waters
Cost: £199 for six 90 min. sessions (to cover room hire costs)
Numbers: Minimum of 4, maximum of 8. First-come, first-served

To book this series of Discussion Groups please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Self Development Coordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).


Prof. Steve Peters presents a Charity Fund-Raising ‘Emotional Skills Workshop’

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Wortley 2016 Emotional Skills Workshop“Practical points to improve the quality of you life and relationships.”

An entertaining weekend (not an academic conference) to help you to develop positive and constructive emotions; thinking and behaviours, presented by Prof. Steve Peters: Inventor of the ‘The Chimp Model’ and author of the best selling self-development companion book ‘The Chimp Paradox’. It is hoped that by the end of the conference you will have a better understanding of how to achieve a better quality of life for yourself, including your relationships with others.

Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd October 2016, Wortley Hall, near Sheffield, S35 7DB. Open flyer for details.
Cost:

  • £170pp for a single occupancy room
  • £150pp for sharing, double-room (use the eShop checkout eCoupon ‘wortley161022-20multiocc‘)
  • £70pp for non-residential (use the eShop checkout eCoupon ‘wortley161022-100nonresi‘)

(All shown prices are inclusive of VAT.)

To book this series of Discussion Groups please go to our online shop and purchase place(s) on the event here. For further details please contact our Self-development Co-ordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).


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‘Insight, Understanding & Change’ – A Chimp Management Conference

This (introductory) conference is open to everyone interested in learning about the Chimp Model and how it can help you. No prior Chimp Model knowledge required.

Have you read ‘The Chimp Paradox’ by Prof. Steve Peters and would like help in applying principles within the book to yourself? This introductory (full) day is facilitated by our Psychological Skills Mentors Anna, Dean & Laura and additionally features Chimp Model creator Professor Steve Peters. Prof. Peters will provide a keynote presentation in the morning. The remainder of the day will feature a series of self development workshops facilitated by Professor Peters’ Self-development team that you will be able to rotate around in smaller groups. For further details see our event flyer.

Venue: Novotel, Sheffield, S1. (By Car: 15 mins. from M1 J33; car parking is available at the venue. By Train: 5 mins walk from Sheffield Railway Stn. By Tram: 5 mins. walk from Castle Sq. tram stop. By Air: 45 mins. from Doncaster/Sheffield airport.)
Dates: Sat. September 24th from 10:30am – 4:30pm (Registration from 10am)
Facilitators: Dr. Anna Waters, Dean Coomer & Laura Fishenden, Psychological Skills Mentors and featuring Chimp Model creator Professor Steve Peters.
Cost (incl. lunch & refreshments): £199 – See details: Additionally, ‘groups of 4’ discounted price £750 – use eCoupon Code ‘sheff160924for4-46off’; early bird (until 21st August) discounted price £175 – use eCoupon Code ‘sheff160924-24off’.

To book this conference please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Self-development Co-ordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).


Chimp Model Programme: The Stone of Life

  • 2 part programme on Weds. 7th & 21st September 2016
  • Hammersmith, West London
  • Further details on this programme’s flyer

This programme is intended for anyone already with a working knowledge of The Chimp Model who wants to develop practical ways to bring perspective and reality to their daily life.

This two part evening programme will provide you with an opportunity to stand back, reflect under guidance and learn how to create and implement your Stone of Life in a practical and realistic way. Numbers are limited.

Location: Hammersmith (5 minutes walk from Hammersmith Tube station)

Dates: Weds. 7th & 21st September
Facilitator: Jess Thom, Psychological Skills Mentor
Cost: £149 for two 90 min. sessions

To book this workshop programme please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Self Development Co-ordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).


Gt. Manchester Chamber of Commerce: ‘Chimp Model’ Breakfast Session

Join us for a breakfast session on the ‘Chimp Model’ as used with elite sport to gold-medal winning effect in the last Olympics. The Chimp Model was created by our CEO Professor Steve Peters and is made accessible to all in Prof. Peters’ best-selling book The Chimp Paradox.

We (Chimp Management Ltd.) specialise in understanding the human mind, with an approach grounded in neuroscience. We view the mind as a remarkable machine that represents our greatest asset and our biggest liability in life.

In this fun, one-hour breakfast session, Corporate-specialist Psychological Skills Mentor Glenn Mead will help you look at our two thinking brains – emotional and rational – and why our emotional-thinking brain is always the first to react, often leading to unwanted outcomes. You will explore your own emotional-thinking tendencies and how, through insight and skill, you can learn how to manage your remarkable machine more effectively, leading to increased confidence, success and happiness in both your personal and professional lives.

This session is suitable for everyone interested in understanding themselves and their colleagues, partners and families better.

When: Weds. July 13th from 8 – 9:30am (Registration from 7:30am; Q&A from 9am)

Venue: Elliott House, Deansgate, Manchester, M3 3WD

Cost: £10 incl. VAT (Members & Guests)

Facilitators: Glenn Mead, Stephanie Fairhurst & Aidan Kearney

To book this conference please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event. For further details please contact us on enquiries@chimpmanagement.com or tel: 0114 246 0580.


Chimp Management Education Directorate’s Annual 2016 Conference

“Emotional Health and Resilience in Students”

A practical day for teaching and learning support staff to help students achieve their potential through being emotionally healthy and in a good place in themselves. This 1 day conference at the sumptuous Telford Hotel and Golf & Spa Resort will enable you to take-away:

  • An understanding of how the mind works
  • Insight into the structures, rules and processes of the mind that impact emotion and behaviour
  • Brain development and how children and young people develop capacities to regulate emotions
  • Develop strategies to enhance students’ emotional health, resilience and happiness

With up to a trio (Kate Moss, Laura Fishenden & Sabrina Francis) of Chimp Management education-specialist mentors personally selected and trained by our CEO Professor Steve Peters, we’re sure you’ll leave the day more able as an educator to get the best out of yourself and those around you.

I think it is an amazing concept, it is fantastic hook for the students, they can really relate to it, the model allows you to go at the speed of the student and the results are very evident. There are elements of the model that have helped me personally and I have embedded in my life. (Teacher, Dewsbury)

It helps you explore yourself, like in no other way, it has helped me to get through tough situations, I really enjoy it. (Female Student, Year 7)

When: Friday 24th June from 9:30am to 3:30pm (Registration from 9am); Venue: Telford Hotel and Golf & Spa Resort, Telford, TF7 4DT. Further details: See our event flyer

Cost: £135 per delegate

To book this Chimp Management Education conference please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Education Co-ordinator, Catherine Prince (tel: +44 (0) 114 246 0580).


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Chimp Model Programme: The Stone of Life

  • 2 part programme on 8th & 22nd June 2016
  • Hammersmith, West London
  • Further details on this programme’s flyer

This programme is intended for anyone already with a working knowledge of The Chimp Model who wants to develop practical ways to bring perspective and reality to their daily life.

This two part evening programme will provide you with an opportunity to stand back, reflect under guidance and learn how to create and implement your Stone of Life in a practical and realistic way. Numbers are limited.

Location: Hammersmith (5 minutes walk from Hammersmith Tube station)

Dates: 8th & 22nd June
Facilitator: Jess Thorn, Psychological Skills Mentor
Cost: £149 for two 90 min. sessions

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Chimp Model Foundation Course: Understanding Your Mind & Emotions, London

  • Series of four 90 min. evening workshops during June, July and August 2016
  • Hammersmith, West London
  • Starting June 2016
  • Further details on the workshop’s flyer

This programme is intended for anyone who has read The Chimp Paradox book and would like to apply its principles to themselves, and anyone who is a newcomer to the Chimp Model and would like to learn more.

You will be guided by an experienced and supportive Chimp Management mentor who will take you through helping you understand how our brains work, developing insight into what is going on in your mind, recognising your emotional needs, thoughts & behaviours and developing skills for recognising & managing unhelpful emotional thoughts & behaviours. Numbers are limited.

Location: Hammersmith (5 minutes walk from Hammersmith Tube station)

Dates: 29th June, 13th & 27th July and 10th August
Facilitator: Joe Lake, Psychological Skills Mentor
Cost: £199 for four 90 min. sessions

To book this workshop programme please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Self Development Co-ordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).


 

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“Spring Clean your Mind”

An entertaining, informative and practical 1 day seminar to help you discover and change unhelpful thoughts, behaviours and beliefs to improve your quality of life. Presented by a trio (Dean, Jess & Joe) of Chimp Management mentors, personally selected and trained by our CEO Professor Steve Peters: Inventor of the ‘The Chimp Model’ and author of the best selling self-development companion book ‘The Chimp Paradox’. It is hoped that by the end of the seminar delegates will have created ‘take-home’ practical plans to help tidy up their minds to get the best from themselves and others.

When: Saturday 7th May from 10am to 4:30pm (Registration from 9:30am); Venue: Kenilworth, CV8. Further details: See our event flyer.

Cost: £149 per delegate

To book this workshop programme please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Self Development Co-ordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).

Overnight Stay: Why not treat yourself to an indulgent & calming overnight stay at the venue? Chimp Management has negotiated a special stay rate with The Woodside (http://tiny.cc/x6z78x) at £59 +VAT (B&B, single occupancy): Other occupancies are available. Contact The Woodside directly to book, mentioning ‘Chimp Management Ltd’.

Further details: See our event flyer.


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Chimp Model Foundation Course: Understanding Your Mind & Emotions, Lincoln

  • Series of four 90 min. evening workshops during June and July 2016
  • The Terrace, Lincoln, LN2
  • Starting June 2016
  • Further details on the workshop’s flyer

This programme is intended for anyone who has read The Chimp Paradox book and would like to apply its principles to themselves, and anyone who is a newcomer to the Chimp Model and would like to learn more.

You will be guided by an experienced and supportive Chimp Management mentor who will take you through helping you understand how our brains work, developing insight into what is going on in your mind, recognising your emotional needs, thoughts & behaviours and developing skills for recognising & managing unhelpful emotional thoughts & behaviours. Numbers are limited.

Location: The Terrace, Lincoln, LN2 (10 minutes walk from Lincoln train station)

Dates: 30th June and 7th, 14th & 30th July
Facilitator: Dean Coomer, Psychological Skills Mentor
Cost: £199 for four 90 min. sessions

To book this workshop programme please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Self Development Co-ordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).


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  • Series of six one hour evening sessions
  • Hammersmith, West London
  • Starting March 2016

Ideal for individuals using the chimp model in their everyday life, who have already been on a chimp management course or who have engaged in chimp management 1:1s.

Each month the group will discuss an aspect of the chimp model and how you’re applying it to your daily life. It will be a discussion amongst the group, rather than a facilitator-led course or workshop. The discussion will be facilitated by a Chimp Management mentor.

Location: Hammersmith (5 minutes walk from Hammersmith Tube station)
Dates: 10th March, 7th April, 12th May, 9th June, 14th July & 25th August
Facilitator: David Warner, Director of Self Development
Cost: £149 for six one hour sessions (to cover room hire costs)
Numbers: Minimum of 10, maximum of 15. First-come, first-served

To book this series of Discussion Groups please go to our online shop and purchase a place on the event here. For further details please contact our Self Development Coordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).


British Cycling workshops

Chimp Management for sports coaches

Chimp Management has teamed up with British Cycling to deliver a series of workshops developed specifically for coaches working at any level of sport.
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These workshops will take place from 6.45pm to 8.45pm in Manchester (National Cycling Centre), Wales (Newport Velodrome), Scotland (Emirates Arena, Glasgow), Midlands (Derby Velodrome) and London (Redbridge Cycling Centre, IG6 3HP).

Introduction to the Chimp Model

✔ Developing insight into the human mind
✔ Recognising the difference between human and chimp, the nature of your own chimp, and developing skills to manage your own mind more effectively
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Understanding the Teenage Brain

✔ How the Teenage Brain functions
✔ How this research can be applied when working with young athletes
✔ Practical case studies to enhance how we work and communicate with teenagers
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Improving Athlete Performance through Mental Skills

✔ Where confidence comes from
✔ Managing sources of stress e.g. injury, underperformance
✔ Managing pressure and emotion
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Communication

✔ Understanding the influence you have on others
✔ Coach-athlete relationship
✔ Team Communication
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For booking and for further information, please follow the link to the British Cycling website or email:

 

Numbers on these workshops are limited. Places will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis.
Cancellation Policy: Chimp Management Ltd reserves the right to cancel an event if not financially viable.

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The Chimp Model: An Introduction – Have you read or heard about ‘The Chimp Paradox’ by Prof. Steve Peters and would like to find out more?

Guided by an experienced and supportive Chimp Management mentor, this workshop represents an introduction to an approach that is grounded in the principles of neuroscience to help people to understand how our mind works and how we can improve the quality of our life both professionally and personally. You will gain insight into how your brain really operates, learn about how the Chimp Model can benefit you and gain an understanding of where to go next with the model and your development. Numbers are limited.

Location: Lincoln, LN2 1BD (10 minutes walk from Lincoln train station)

Dates: 9th March, 6:30 – 7:30pm (Registration from 6:15pm)
Facilitator: Dean Coomer, Psychological Skills Mentor
Cost: £FREE

To express your interest or for further details please contact our Self Development Co-ordinator, Jack Purkiss (mobile : +44 (0) 7712 330048).


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Effective Communication – A workshop by Chimp Management

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This workshop explores the fundamental principles of effective communication through the Chimp Model, helping you to become more aware of the power of verbal and non-verbal communication. It will provide the confidence to be assertive and will help you to convey your message in a more effective manner. It is hoped that by the end of the programme you will have:

  • Develop an understanding of effective communication.
  • Develop an understanding of assertive and non-verbal communication.
  • Develop practical plans for improving your ability to communicate.

This workshop will be on Wednesday 16th December 2015 at Kings College, SE1. Click here for details. (A working knowledge of the Chimp Model is required for this workshop.)


Recognising and Managing Stress – A workshop by Chimp Management

This workshop explores the purpose of stress, how individuals physically and mentally experience and respond to stress, as well as how to better manage and reduce stress. It is hoped that by the end of the programme you will have:

  • Develop a better understanding of the purpose and types of stress we experience
  • How to recognise instant and chronic stress
  • Develop practical plans for managing instant and chronic stress

This workshop will be on Wednesday 3rd December 2015 and 7th January 2016 at Kings College, SE1. Click here for details. (No prior Chimp Model knowledge is required by delegates.)


How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep – A workshop by Chimp Management

This workshop will provide a brief introduction to the Chimp Management Model, through which the purpose and process of sleep will be taught. You will also be helped to develop practical plans for developing effective sleep habits moving forward. It is hoped that by the end of the programme you will have:

  • Understanding the purpose and process of sleep.
  • Develop an understanding of the possible reasons for difficulties with sleep.
  • Develop practical plans for improving your sleeping habits.

This workshop will be on Wednesday 2nd December 2015 at Kings College, SE1. Click here for details. (No prior Chimp Model knowledge is required by delegates.)


Chimp Management’s workshops ‘An Introduction to the Chimp Model’

A late November & early December series offering short introductions as to how we can improve the quality of our life both professionally and personally. By the end of each short workshop you will have:

  • Developed an insight into the human mind
  • Recognise the difference between human & chimp and the nature of your own chimp
  • Developed skills to manage your own mind more effectively

and more. The workshops will be available in Clapton E5, Lincoln LN2 and Wimbledon SW19 on 26th November (Lincoln & Clapton) and 7th December (Wimbledon). (No prior knowledge of the Chimp Model is needed.)


Prof. Steve Peters Talk presented by High Peak Oxfam Group

Prof. Steve Peters talk at the Devonshire Dome, Buxton on Thursday 19th November 2015, Devonshire Dome, Devonshire Rd, Buxton, SK16 7RY. Tickets at £10.36 ea. Further details & ticketing arrangements.