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The Monaco Women’s Wellbeing Club

What is The Monaco Women’s Wellbeing Club?

The Monaco Women’s Club (MWWC) is an exclusive club aimed at promoting wellbeing for a small group of women on the French Riviera. Its vision is to create an empowering space for its members to learn more about themselves, discover who they were created to be and live the life they born to lead.

The Jungian analyst Jean Shinoda Bolen states “When women come together and make a commitment to each otherthey create a vessel of healing and transformation for themselves and a vehicle for change in their world.”

The MWWC’s mission is to create a healing vessel that puts love, joy, and health at its core. It will explore a range of wellbeing topics such as love, relationships, sex & sexuality, diet & nutrition, spirituality and holistic wellbeing. We are all on a lifelong healing journey. We carry emotional scars, some deeper than others. Yet we have the potential to step more fully into our joyful, spiritual, and empowered true selves.

Through weekly meetings, the MWWC members are invited to embark upon a collective journey of personal growth. Meetings are held online. Once a quarter, the club members will meet in person at a discreet venue in Monaco. There will also be a dinner for members twice yearly, also held in Monaco.

Approximately once per month, expert guest speakers will be invited to the MWWC to share their knowledge and experiences.

The group is facilitated by Gavin Sharpe, a U.K. qualified therapist, relationship expert, trauma and addiction specialist and business coach. Gavin has experience in facilitating groups for men and women. Same sex groups are successfully facilitated by therapists and coaches of the opposite sex. A determining factor for success less in the gender of the facilitator but rather in the sense of safety created by them and their awareness of gender dynamics.

Is It Group Therapy?

The MWWC is a relational and confidential space for a small group of women to find their authentic selves. It is neither a conventional therapy group nor a support group. When we share experiences and see ourselves in others, we are empowered to move our lives forward. Gavin will draw on his experience as therapist and coach to help participants make any changes in their lives which they may be seeking.

Gavin Sharpe combines his skills and experiences to create a unique group offering and a platform for change. He believes “If we can heal from the past and understand our present, we can hold hope for a brighter future.”

When Do Meetings Happen?

The MWWC will meet on Thursdays from 17:00 to 18:30. Recognising that some members will have children at school, the club will largely mirror the school holiday schedule, although it may meet during some of the school holidays if a majority of its members are able to do so.

Membership

The MWWC is a closed membership club with a maximum of twelve members. Once the club reaches capacity, new members will be held on a waitlist and unable to join unless and until someone leaves the club. In this way, a deep level of trust can build between the members as it creates a psychologically safe space.

Club members are expected to attend frequently and not to miss more than three sessions consecutively, save in exceptional circumstances.

Confidentiality

Members agree to keep the identity of other members as well as the content of each meeting confidential. Any member who breaches this will be asked to leave the club.

Membership Fees

Due to economies of scale, weekly group sessions are intended to cost less than a typical therapy session, even though the group sessions last for 90 minutes and a therapy session is typically 50 minutes in duration.

There is no one-off up-front joining fee. There is a weekly membership fee of €85 (plus TVA), paid quarterly in advance.

 

 

"Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it"
Buddha

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
Maya Angelou

"There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle"
Albert Einstein

"The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are."
Joseph Campbell

"An unexamined life is not worth living."
Socrates

"We may define therapy as a search for value."
Abraham Maslow

"I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become."
Carl Jung

"The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination."
Carl Rogers

"Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself"
George Bernard Shaw

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