Discover Imagery & Children

April 22, 2023

Imagery & Children for Parents

April 22, 2023

Your dreams and imagery can transform your life and the world around you. It can do the same for your kids.

At SOI, we have for forty years focused on this process in adults. Now, SOI introduces how Saphire® Imagery can be used in working with children and adolescents and with those who specialize in work with young people – primarily parents and educators.

On April 22nd, SOI is offering a Workshop on Imagery, Imagination & Children for Parents (and grandparents!). In this 4-hour workshop we will play, create, find our own images and see how we can translate this into fun and creative activities to share with our children. In addition, it will give you some new tools to help your child with developmental challenges such as worry, anger management and sleeping.

Together, we will dip into some imagery exercises, observe the impact on ourselves, and then look at how we can use imagery and imaginative play with children to re-activate their imagination and to help meet their real needs for creativity, problem-solving, self-confidence and well-being at home and at play.

Sheona McEwan, SOI Practitioner and Teacher, will draw on her extensive experience with young people and adults to lead this exploration of creativity and imagery as an essential part of children’s development. This workshop is for parents who want effective and simple imaginal tools that can easily be used in a home setting.

A Special Invitation for Parents

Transforming the lives of children one dream at a time.

SOI’s introduction of Imagery, Imagination  & Children for Parents is an invitation to parents to restore creativity, imagination and play in children. In this video, hear from Sheona McEwan herself about how imagery and imagination offer an invaluable way for children to know themselves better, develop their inner resources more fully, and live in healthy and beneficial ways in their bodies.

On April 22nd, join Sheona in for a 4-hour workshop on Imagery, Imagination & Children for Parents to learn how this approach can transform children’s lives and meet their real needs for creativity, problem-solving, self-confidence and well-being at home and at play.

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