Information and Booking

Tutor: Roddy Bray
Cost: Internal no charge. External not available
Duration: Six one-hour sessions (12.00-13.00)
Format: Online course
Dates: 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23 June 2022

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Tutor Profile

Roddy trained as an Anthropologist and is a highly experienced presenter/facilitator who has pursued a lifelong interest in the nature of human needs. In close consultation with students and staff at the University of Oxford, he developed the Being for Beginners series to draw together useful insights from anthropology and other disciplines that bring greater wellbeing to life and work.


We all want deep-rooted wellbeing: it is essential as we forge a career, pursue relationships, and make choices. Wellbeing feeds our confidence and energy, opening the way to development and growth.

Yet wellbeing fades as we struggle with stress, an over-active mind, disruptive emotions and when life goes out of balance. 

What are the keys to wellbeing? How do we bring wellbeing to life? 

Being for Beginners is a series of six one-hour online workshops focusing on:

  1. Being for Beginners
  2. The Monkey Mind
  3. Creating and Changing Habits
  4. Habits of thought and feeling
  5. Connections
  6. Thriving 

The aim of the series is to improve your wellbeing in life and work, with your privacy guaranteed.