Meeting Your Moment As A Man

Are you being recognised for the part you are playing as a man during this health crisis? 
And are you celebrating yourself in this role? 

Celebrating you

Meeting your moment as a man

As we enter our third month of ‘lockdown’ in some ways we’ve found new ways of living on a day to day basis; any immediate anxiety has dulled a bit, and we are ‘getting on with it’.

Is that true for you? How about those around you, those who rely on you? How are they doing?

Are you even aware of those who you influence or reassure in some way? What might they understand about how you think and act?

I think that sometimes men do get on with it and fail to notice precisely how important what they provide is to those around them… their partner, their family, their friends and community and business or workplace.

Come to join me in something pretty unusual, to celebrate how deeply you have been thinking and what you’ve been doing. A genuine celebration of men!

Here are some ways that you and others could benefit…

Build a deeper awareness about yourself – what you do well and how you might expand it

Remind yourself about the different ways that we do things, very often the differences between men/boys and women/girls

Get thanked and recognised more for the practical ways that you love and support others

Have closer and more loving relationships in your life

Protect those around you in a way that they notice and truly value

celebrate being a man

A workshop to download your thoughts, pause to take stock, think together and look towards the future.

We will look at:

I respect, understand and thoroughly enjoy many great relationships with men in my life ; in my professional life, in business and through deep friendships. I was ‘reminded’ just yesterday about how men love to help women! I really enjoy our differences. I want to help people shine more as themselves, to focus on how we speak and listen to each other more carefully during this time and to be happier and better-informed. 

I’ve worked with people’s services for forty years. My approach is a really practical way, assisting people to identify and own their strengths, build on them and flourish in times of challenge. I often work with individuals, couples , families and groups during periods of family, community and workplace  challenge and conflict, or when things are ‘stuck’ in some way. 

Entering the Golden Room, an arm of my business enterprise, runs as a discrete service to people who find themselves at a cross-roads in life.

Catherine Rushforth

Mentor, Family Therapist and Group Co-ordinator


What people say about Catherine's coaching experience

In a single phrase, she’s “a blessing in disguise.” I couldn’t have found a more valuable coach. Through Catherine’s listening, questioning and insights, I have brought my character traits to life and am using them to make a difference in the world, which is what really matters to me. She has a gift in her ability to get beyond surface issues and ask questions which move you above and beyond where even you thought you could go. Each time a session ends, I hang up the phone amazed at what has transpired in me in less than an hour. With the stress associated with transitioning to a new country into a fast paced life and work environment including the challenges that arise when you are taking on a big life shift ; Catherine has provided me with all the resources, tactics and application guidance to market myself and pursue undeniably successful strategies in all areas of my life. Working with Catherine has provided me with an irrevocable amount of opportunity, exposure, and increased knowledge on how to "Be" and to situate myself in career and life, to which I truly aspire.
T. Rebello
Catherine has been listening and allowing me bring ‘closure’ on some the things going on in my life ; a deep committed listening to what is really going on for me - acknowledging my emotions like no-one else has been doing, so that they can ease and move on with a gentle flow She brings her huge depth of experience and expertise in coaching, family dynamics and business to her listening and key distinctions to our conversations to allow me to see things differently, reframe things at times and to allow me to unstick stuff. The clear message in my “Building Elva” mantra reminds me to look after myself in a purposeful way In addition to this she worked with me and my husband together which served to bring things to light and clarify expectations together which was very useful. Catherine has been totally reliable and professional throughout, kindly and loving in her support and contribution and a thoroughly welcome addition to my supportive team. I am confident that the relocation of my family and business to York will be a fabulous success and that my health will continue to build. Your help has been key to this confidence ; I can’t thank you enough Catherine !
E. Ainsworth
CEO Talent Innovations
When I first met Catherine, she is probably the best listener I had ever met. I was dealing with a variety of life issues at the time and the opportunity to mentally and emotionally digest what I was facing, one to one, was a pure tonic in itself. Time heals and time certainly let's you find your own answers. And it is always good to consider what your options are BEFORE rushing into your next action. Throughout our sessions, I felt supported, encouraged and reminded that maybe my way is not the only way. I highly recommend anyone Entering the Golden Room in these difficult days we all live in. You may be surprised in the gold you find !
V. Johnstone
Marketing Director

Join me on this unique Workshop ‘Celebrating Men’ to look at your part in history, in more detail.

This one and half hour workshop provides an opportunity to download your thoughts, pause to take stock, think together and look towards the future. 

Thursday 23rd July, 5.30pm – 7pm

Cost is £27 inc. VAT. 

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