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How Change Really Happens: Introductory Talk


Mon 9 Oct 2017, 5:30pm–7:30pm

Where: Northside Meetings, 110 Windsor Rd, Red Hill, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

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About the event:
The aim of the talk is to introduce you to the process of how change really occurs. It is for people who have spent years trying to change others with little success. It's for people whose best efforts at fixing their life aren't working. It's for people who at some level need to change but are reluctant to do so.

This introduction will outline how change really occurs, what is required, and what sort of obstacles you can expect on your way. This introduction is based on my book "A Mudmap for Living: A practical guide to daily living based on Joseph Campbell's The Hero's Journey.

You will be challenged to transform your old ways of living!

About the Speaker:
Dr. Clive Williams, PhD, a psychologist with over 30 years of clinical experience, will be conducting motivational talks in June and July. He has given talks at seminars and conferences around Australia and USA.

Dr. Clive Williams is also the author of the book, ‘A Mudmap of Living: A practical guide for daily living based on Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey’. For the past 25 years, Clive has focused on the application of the Hero’s Journey as a mudmap for change, and integrates this concept in his practice to help clients deal with anxiety and mood disorders, addictions, relationship therapy, family problems, and workplace stresses. He has yet to find one situation where the Hero’s Journey could not be used to as a daily guide to assisting change.

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