Transformative Separation

Transformative Separation

Moving forward as the hero of your own story
Separation after a relationship can be a turbulent time, but it also offers the opportunity to move forward in new ways and flourish.

“When we deny our stories, they define us. When we own our stories, we get to write the ending”
Brene Brown

This one-day, supportive, interactive and practical workshop shares learnings from positive psychology and stoic philosophy to empower you to feel energised and motivated to create your own future – after all you are the hero of your own story.

Topics covered include:

  • Discovering your strengths and claiming your evolving identity
  • Applying the PERMA model of well-being to your own life
  • Understanding how emotions, behaviours, and needs affect outcomes
  • The power of reframing
  • Setting value-based goals
Dates Begins Saturday 22 June, plus 5 Zoom follow up sessions on Wednesday evenings
Time 10:00 – 3:00 pm
Location 4 Warnock St, Grey Lynn
Cost $10 – $55 sliding scale

Rose Ewing

Rose embraces stoic philosophy and positive psychology as a framework for living a good life. Since separating nearly 8 years ago, she credits this approach for positively transforming her separation and co-parenting experience. Rose also runs a 4-session workshop series called Transformative Co-parenting.


Bach. International Communication, GradDip Educational Psychology, Accredited Mediator with Resolution Institute NZ, Member of New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology