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Dr Brenda Davies hosts a series of workshops

Update from previous article:

We all know that relationships can be tough at times and need a lot of work but sometimes we come to dead ends, and don’t know where to turn or what to do to keep them on track. If you are at one of those crossroads then consultant psychiatrist, healer, peace-builder and author Dr Brenda Davies hosts a series of workshops as of Saturday to help deal with such issues.

Questions and Answers about Parenting
Workshop lead by consultant psychiatrist, healer, peace-builder and author Dr. Brenda Davies. November 22, Apothikes (behind Ayios Lazarus church), Larnaca. Two sessions at 10am-1pm and 4pm-5pm. €30. Tel: 99-667039 or 99-622504

 

Healing Our Relationships
Workshop lead by consultant psychiatrist, healer, peace-builder and author Dr. Brenda Davies. November 23, Axiothea Hotel, Paphos. 10am-6pm. €55. Tel: 99-667039 or 99-622504
November 29, Classic Hotel, Nicosia.

 

Understanding the Language of your Symptoms
Workshop lead by consultant psychiatrist, healer, peace-builder and author Dr. Brenda Davies. November 24, Navarria Hotel, Amathus, Limassol. 10am-6pm. €55. Tel: 99-667039 or 99-622504.
November 25, Classic Hotel, Nicosia.

 

Questions of Spirituality, Health and Freedom from Fear
Workshop lead by consultant psychiatrist, healer, peace-builder and author Dr. Brenda Davies. November 28, Famagusta Youth Centre, Famagusta. Two sessions at 10am-1pm and 4pm-5pm. €30. Tel: 99-667039 or 99-622504.

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Previously published:

Internationally renowned speaker, healer, consultant and psychiatrist Dr Brenda Davies will be holding a parenting workshop on Saturday, November 22 at Apothikes – an event that is supported by the Larnaca Parents Network (LPN).
During two three-hour sessions (at 10am and 2pm), Dr Davies will speak on the challenges that raising children brings, answer questions and open the floor to discussion. Topics include “negotiating various stages of childhood and adolescence, dealing with sibling rivalries, peer pressures, substance abuse, childhood depression and just trying to understand our child who is now becoming an independent being.”
Born in the UK, but now based in Zambia, Dr Davies is the author of seven books and a variety of CDs and DVDs. She is the founder and teacher of an international healing and self-development school with a presence in eight countries, and teaches on topics varying from energy medicine and spiritual approaches to issues such as addictions, adolescence, sexuality, prosperity, co-dependence and suicide.
Her method combines allopathic medicine with spiritual approaches, and she is also a mentor and medium. As a mentor, she helps people through ‘career or crisis’, and is also active in conflict resolution and peace building, whilst as a medium she is called upon to assist in soul rescue work, as well as teaching Past Life Therapy.
Dr Davies has a long-standing relationship with Cyprus: “I first came to Cyprus in 1987 to visit the family of my partner who was born in Famagusta, brought up to some extent in Paphos and then in the UK. So, I have been a frequent visitor and always wanted to come and do some of the work here that I do elsewhere in the world involving healing ourselves and coming to peace within and with family, community and the world. I was thrilled to be invited to do that three years ago and am very much looking forward to being in Cyprus next week and being in even more cities this time.”
Her previous workshops in Cyprus have included bi-communal work with the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities. This time she will be in Cyprus until November 29, during which time she will hold a variety of workshops across the island with different topics, all under the umbrella of ‘healing our relationships’. Whilst Dr Davies gives her talks in English, she has Greek and Turkish translators to assist.
Participation in the Larnaca workshop is €30 per person, and reservations can be made by contacting Hatzy: 99667039 / Sue: 99622504.
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