September 8 to October 27, 2022


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Wild White

Introduction to the course

  • 8 weeks

    An 8-week course in which you will learn to improve the management of the emotional world and relate better with yourself, with others and with the environment.

  • 2 hours per week

    Each Thursday (5:30 pm - 7:30 pm CET), you will participate in a 2-hour videoconference with a Live Online trainer (16 hours in total).

  • Highly Experiential

    Online Live with a trainer. You will carry out practical exercises and explore theoretical content.

What are the typical profiles that participate in this training?

  • Coaches, human resources professionals and psychologists who work on the management of emotions with high-performance teams in search of alternative methodologies and techniques.

  • Wellness professionals who want to offer complimentary activities in which to learn to manage emotions: forest bathing guides, yoga teachers, mindfulness practitioners, among others.

  • Teachers, health professionals, educators, and social workers who enhance healthy social ties, promote inclusion and increase functional independence.

Contents of the course

Wild White allows participants to learn techniques to better manage the emotional world and develop better relationships with themselves, with others and with the environment.

  1. 1
    • Learn to create alternative solutions to support your clients to take another step towards their best version. Discover how natural environments can help to develop an awareness of the cycle where thoughts generate emotions and these lead to action.

  2. 2
    • Discover how to make friends with your emotions, and what place you want each of them to occupy. Whatever colour the emotion is, they are all legitimate and necessary. Permit yourself to feel them.

  3. 3
    • Fear can save our lives. What elements or situations in natural environments bring you closer to this basic emotion? What encrypted information does fear hide and what mechanisms can we use to use it to our advantage?

  4. 4
    • We are going to find spaces for sadness and loss. Without hiding them. Accept the invitation to pause, reflect and rest without being carried away, and integrate the wounds that losses may have caused.

  5. 5
    • Understand anger as a fuel for action, the basis of motivation to extract beneficial results and prevent it from harming us.

  6. 6
    • Integrate techniques to obtain positive sensations in nature that support subjective well-being. Connecting with the present allows us to consider life as a succession of short-term goals. A strategy that allows us to experience this pleasant emotion.

  7. 7
    • Identify the relationships and emotions in the ecosystem that we form with the people around us. Which processes are of symbiosis, and which on the contrary are of predation, parasitism and competition.

  8. 8
    • Discover what sensations trigger emotions and how these are transformed into actions; how they impact oneself, the relationships with others and with the rest of the environment.

You will learn

We are not responsible for our feelings, but for what we do with them.

  • Exercises to recognise emotions, accept them and listen to the information they provide.

  • Techniques based on nature that allow optimising self-knowledge, emotional management, increase the quality of life and accompany others on this path.

  • Learn to collaborate with nature and the relationships that are established between natural elements.

  • Design and implement practical sequences of emotional management in natural environments.

  • Promote autonomy by providing comprehensive care strategies.


Marta Ayats

Marta is a nurse and has completed a master’s degree in Tropical Medicine and International Health. She has been trained in emotional ecology, a concept based on managing our emotions sustainably and creatively, to improve as people, thus improving our relationships and the world we live in. She speaks French, Spanish, Catalan and English. She has worked in the social and community sphere for more than ten years, focusing on relationships between people, accompanying them and promoting their resilience and their sense of belonging in the community. Currently, she assumes the representation of the social sector in the Mesa de Salud Comunitaria (Community Health Table), which addresses unwanted loneliness, as well as other procedures in immigration and the reception of asylum seekers and international protection. She has worked in local and regional administration, in programmes related to development cooperation. She has also evaluated and led nutritional and health projects in the NGO Acción Contra el Hambre (Action Against Hunger) in different countries, strengthening local public health systems and integrating programmes into existing structures. In the field of teaching, she has given and organised training for the Barcelona College of Nursing, NGOs and local and supra-municipal entities.

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