PSYCH-K® Master Facilitation Workshop In-Person Birmingham England UK


Dear Friend,

Thank you for your interest in the PSYCH-K® Master Facilitation workshop In-Person (MFW).

We have created some general information about the MFW for you to read below, before booking, which includes venue addresses, cost, timings, directions and accommodation options and  also what is covered at the workshop.

After reading this information, if you would like to book a place at a workshop, you can do this directly through Cazzie’s website (link below). If you would prefer to pay by bank transfer or Wise, pop us an email at and and we can sort that out.

If you book your place via Cazzie’s website, you will receive a link to click on to download the workshop information document. If you book directly with us, we will send you the same document. We will also send a group email out a couple of weeks before the start of the workshop, to touch base with everyone.

We look forward to hopefully meeting you at the Master Facilitation Workshop.

Hugs and love

Cazzie and Sharon

Venue Address

Woodbrooke Lodge Conference Centre

1046 Bristol Road Birmingham
B29 6LJ, United Kingdom
T +44 (0)121 728 2360


Day 1      9.00am – 6.30pm

Day 2     9.00am – 6.30pm

Day 3     9.00am – 5.00pm

Cost: $1,100 USDollars

On the booking page, you will find the option to pay in 3 instalments via Paypal Pay Later. Please note, a Paypal account is required to pay in this way. More details can be found on the website.

The price in GBP can be found on our websites and , where the currency conversion is updated twice a day. To see the current price on the booking page of our websites, please click on the following link

Master Facilitation


Accommodation & Lunch

Included in the cost of the workshop:
Lunch and refreshments are included in the cost of the workshop.
*Please note that our Birmingham venue is the only workshop venue where lunch is included as part of the delegate package.

Woodbrooke is a Georgian manor house set in extensive grounds with a walled kitchen garden onsite, so you can enjoy time in nature while attending the workshop. The food is all home-cooked and full board accommodation offers 2 cooked meals each day, breakfast and evening meals, as lunch is provided as part of the workshop package. The kitchen staff at Woodbrooke are used to catering for all kinds of dietary requirements.

Accommodation is available onsite, on a first come first served basis.

Single ensuite room – Bed & Breakfast only is £69  
Lunch is included with the workshop so if you choose this option you will have breakfast and lunch at the venue and you will need to make other arrangements for your evening meal.

Single ensuite room – Half board £80
This includes breakfast and an evening meal, as well as your lunch, which is included with the workshop.

*Please contact me directly at to book your accommodation, if you would like to stay onsite.

**Please note, if you choose not to participate in the workshop lunch arrangements you are welcome to bring your own packed lunch however, the price of the workshop remains the same.

Here are some extra logistics for the weekend –

. Start time 9.00am each day.
. Finish time 6.30pm Friday and Saturday and 5.00pm Sunday.

. Hot drinks will be available throughout the day

Parking is available on site and you just need to make sure you register your vehicle at reception.


By Car

From the M6, leave at Junction 6 (Spaghetti Junction)
and take the A38 Aston Expressway into Birmingham city centre, onto an overpass, through three tunnels and on
to the Bristol Road A38. Keep going on this road until you have passed the University of Birmingham in Edgbaston on your right. At the fork in the road around a Tesco petrol station turn left onto the B384 to go through Selly Oak. Carry on straight and you will re-join the A38 after the Sainsbury’s supermarket. You will then pass the Christian Life Centre, the local Selly Oak Quaker Meeting House and the entrance to Fircroft College. The Woodbrooke entrance is just after the speed camera and before the bus stop on the left.

From the M40, join the M42. Exit M42 at Junction 2 and take the A441 towards Birmingham (signposted Cadbury World). After 6 miles, turn left onto the A38 Bristol Road. Woodbrooke is on the left after Fircroft College.

From the M5, leave at Junction 4 and take the A38 north for 6 miles towards Birmingham. After passing under a footbridge, look out for Woodbrooke 200 yards beyond on the right. Go further up the hill and do a U-turn through the next gap (as signposted) to come back down the hill to the Woodbrooke entrance just before the bus stop on the left.

By Air

The nearest airport is Birmingham International. It
takes between 10 and 20 minutes from Birmingham International train station to reach Birmingham New Street depending on which train you take. From there, you can get a local train to Selly Oak, a taxi or bus to Woodbrooke.

By Rail

Woodbrooke is based in Selly Oak – around five miles south of Birmingham city centre. We encourage our visitors to travel by public transport where possible.

New Street station in Birmingham city centre now has a new layout after major works taking place to improve its facilities. There are new entrances and exits so do ask a member of staff at the station for help and advice if you need it.

Trains arrive into Birmingham New Street, Moor Street and Snow Hill stations. From New Street station you can catch a bus, taxi, or local train to Selly Oak.

Local trains to Selly Oak depart regularly and take about 10 minutes. From Selly Oak station, Woodbrooke is a short bus ride on either the 63 (go to the ticket office, walk straight on out of the exit and continue walking outside the station and the bus stop is just a few yards down the main road).

By Foot (20-25 minutes or approximately one mile from Selly Oak station)
If you are walking from Selly Oak station, go to the ticket office, turn left outside the station and walk to the main Bristol Road. Turn left and keep walking. You will pass Sainsburys (on your right), the Christian Life Centre (on your left) and the Selly Oak Meeting House (on your left). Keep walking, past George Cadbury Hall and Fircroft College. Woodbrooke is on the left before the bus stop.

By Bus

If you prefer, you can catch a no 63 bus from Birmingham New Street station. Ask a member of the train station staff to direct you to the walkway that will take you to the rear of the station and will direct you to the entrance of the Bullring where there is a Boots. The bus stop for no 63 is the one to the left of Boots. Ask for the ‘Witherford Way’ stop.

After passing through Selly Oak, you will pass Sainsburys (on your right) and you will go past the Christian Life Centre (on your left). The Woodbrooke stop is the one after the stop at George Cadbury Hall. Get up to get off the bus as it begins to go down the hill. Buses accept the exact fare only so please have plenty of change with you. Check the National Express West Midlands website for current fares: tickets-prices. If you are planning to make more than one bus journey in a day, it is normally cheaper to buy a day ticket.

 By Bicycle

Local train operator London Midland welcomes bicycles on board all off-peak services at no charge. From Selly Oak station, Woodbrooke is a 5–10 minute cycle. For detailed cycle routes see the website (click on ‘About Woodbrooke’ and ‘How to find us’).

By Coach

National Express coaches terminate at Digbeth Coach Station, a 10–15 minute walk from New Street, from where you can travel by bus or train. Look for signs to guide you from Digbeth coach station to New Street train station. Alternatively, pre-book a taxi to Woodbrooke.

By Taxi

There is a taxi rank outside the new entrance of New Street Station (the new Stephenson St entrance). Please look for the signs or ask a member of the station staff for help. The distance to Woodbrooke is approximately 5 miles.
If you want to pre-book a taxi, call TOA Taxis on
0121 427 8888. These taxis are metered and are always black cabs.

What is covered at the PSYCH-K® 3 day PSYCH-K® Master Facilitation workshop In-Person

Important notice 

A 39 page pre reading workshop manual is sent to participants prior to the workshop and upon receipt of payment. The manual must be read before the start of the workshop.

It is recommended that bookings are made and paid for at least two weeks before the workshop. This allows enough time to read the manual at least twice before the pre workshop call, which is the Monday evening of the week of the workshop.

Once the manual is emailed to you, the workshop has begun and payment for the workshop becomes non-refundable. If, for some reason, you are unable to attend the workshop once the manual has been sent, you will be able to book on to another Master Facilitation Workshop, but not receive a refund .

Some of what you will learn at the MFW is outlined here:-

Introductions with Core Connection

Each participant will have an opportunity to provide a brief introduction including a Core Connection statement. The Core Connection is the statement you will share with someone when then they ask you what you do. It is a simple and highly effective way to engage people with out even mentioning the name PSYCH-K®️.

Discuss & Balance with Mutual Language: ‘We’ vs. ‘I’

Using mutual language is one expression of doing ‘with’ versus ‘on’ or ‘to’. We will look ion detail at the importance of language when facilitating with others and the impact it can have.

Transforming the Perception Stress into a State of Peace

We will look at different and new ways to use the TPS protocol that is taught at the PSYCH-K® Basic Workshop In-Person.

Secondary Gain

We will look further at secondary gain and build on what is taught at the Basic.

Messages Protocol – Discuss, Demonstrate, Facilitate

Sometimes, situations and conditions may be transformed simply by identifying and Balancing meaningful goals. However, they commonly represent a superconscious attempt to bring something important to the Partner’s attention in the form of a ‘message’ (e.g. an insight, a change in perspective, a life style change, etc.). This process will be provided at the workshop.

Surrogation – Discuss, Demonstrate, Facilitate

Surrogation allows facilitation with someone who cannot participate directly, e.g. someone physically incapacitated, not physically present, or too young. The process is based on creating a ‘link up’ between the superconscious minds of the individual or group who will experience the change (the “Partner”), and that of a willing Surrogate. Surrogation will be specifically used in this workshop for facilitating internet video and phone sessions. Details and procedure will be provided at the workshop.

Facilitate in Triads with Debrief Discussions

In groups of three and in a total of three sessions for each format, each participant will be a Facilitator, a Partner, and an Observer. Sessions will include the following three formats:

In-Person, Face-to-Face Sessions

Internet Video Sessions – could be Skype, Zoom, FaceTime etc. You will have the opportunity to watch a demo session being facilitated and then you will have the opportunity to practice in groups of three.

Telephone Sessions – You will have the opportunity to watch a demo session being facilitated and then you will have the opportunity to practice in groups of three.

PSYCH-K®️ sessions are more and more commonly being offered by Facilitators over the telephone and online. This can really open up the possibilities for offering 1-1 sessions and the intention of these practice sessions is that you will gain the confidence to begin to offer sessions in this way.

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