12-session Men’s Resiliency Circles with Bas Snippert & Heath Wilson
3 February–21 April 2021
Join Bas & Heath in a safe, strong & compassionate community for healing & building inner strength!
“Building strength and understanding (the Strong and Soft Continuum) as it relates to men and those who identify more as male. We will be supporting the full range of issues that can touch the above Continuum from the personal to relational to professional to the transcendental and more—all in a safe container where vulnerability can be expressed, support to other members can be offered, which results in powerful self-differentiation and authenticity— as well as becoming part of an inclusive and coherent community of men—built step by step, naturally and easefully.”
For MEN only:
The MEN’s Resiliency Circles (RC) offer a unique environment to experience a safe, enjoyable and relational space to reclaim an authentic and integrated sense of masculinity. Two Trained professionals hold a compassionate and sensitive attitude to include all the parts of everyone present – orienting towards unconditional acceptance and appreciation of emotions, thoughts and relational tendencies. As the process unfolds, the RC’s therefore open the door to a palpable sense of peace, intimacy and connection with both oneself and one another. As the group builds trust and learns to feel strong while sometimes showing vulnerability, the potential for healing, resiliency and awakening is exponential!
The purpose of an RC is primarily for individuals to experience and integrate a sense of belonging through their nervous system; the group work involves a psychotherapeutic process by including the missing and often alienated aspects of our being through the safe container held by the therapists and the quality of interaction between group members.
Practically, after a short introduction from the therapists, group members are invited to share freely whatever is on their mind/heart and there begins the free association conversation and spontaneous sharing. Each person manifests themselves differently and the RC enables group members to embody a sense of belonging by appreciating the diversity of life experiences and multiple points of view. Finally, as the group develops its quality of compassion and enjoyment, it becomes a deeply nourishing and empowering experience for all members.
Clinically proven benefits include:
Reduction of stress, anxiety, depression, addiction and trauma
Development of resiliency, emotional regulation and cognitive functioning
Reduction of chronic issues such as sleeping problems, chronic pain
Embodiment of social belonging and meaning
Who is the RC for?
All MEN wishing to
Enrich their relational skills
Embody a healthy masculinity
Develop new ways of feeling empathic, non-judgmental and compassionate
Be seen, be heard and welcomed in a genuinely atmosphere of vulnerability
Learn how to be be in groups with greater levels of ease, comfort and confidence
Enjoy a safe space
Form meaningful relationships
Please note this RC is only for MEN.
Time & Dates:
All Resiliency Circle sessions are 1.5 hours, starting at 6:00pm CET / 8:00pm TRT and are scheduled on Wednesdays starting February 3rd, 2021.
We expect all group members to commit to all dates above. This is very important for the continuity and connection to the group, and thank you for making this essential commitment.
€40 per session. If you are in financial difficulty, you can choose a supported fee of €20. If this is still a challenge, and you really want to join us, please contact Heath email@example.com.
Space is limited at 12 participants only.
These MEN’s RC’s will be in English.
Heath Wilson, Faculty
Working over 25 years, Heath weaves his expertise as a psychologist, trauma healer, rolf practitioner, craniosacral therapist, enneagram consultant, dating/relationship coach, and has been trained in Somatic Experiencing.
Bas is an integrative counselor, coach and trainer. He has trained in cutting-edge modalities such as Somatic Experiencing, Organic Intelligence and the NeuroAffective Relational Model. Bas attends meditation retreats annually in Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village.