On arrival, there was a welcoming, convivial atmosphere. Following introductions, and discussing some points raised in a previously completed questionnaire - Which in itself was very helpful to actually really *talk* about it (and get other attendees viewpoints). We covered the reactions and psychology of what happens in the situations.
Climbing Psychology Workshop
We headed to the wall, and setup some ropes, and started the exercises. Starting off with small drops and gradually building up to bigger (and always controlled) drops. There was no pressure, Kevin let us go at our own pace, always encouraging, never forcing, and tweaking suggestions to suit each climber. He was very diligent in watching the group and pointing out some actions I didn't realise I was doing subconsciously. Toward the end of the session, we did some falling games, and had another useful Q&A session
In all, a great way to spend an afternoon, looking forward to putting it into practice, and making it part of the routine at my local walls. Highly recommended course to do at any point in your climbing career.