The New Heartbreak Hotel For Women

THE HEARTBREAK HOTEL  - Run for women by women

Calling all women whose hearts have been broken...

Has your trust been undermined?  Has your partner been unfaithful?  Feeling angry, confused, hurt, lost? Then The Heartbreak Hotel's inaugural retreat 'Moving Beyond Betrayal’  is for you.  Learn how to transform your anger into agency. Make sense of your pain. Identify your love language and attachment style. Discover how to spot narcissists and infidels so you can avoid them forever.  Most importantly, learn how to meet your core love needs.

The Heartbreak Hotel is a radical new concept in transformational therapy run over a three-day luxury residential retreat.  It was founded by counselling psychologist and lecturer Alice Haddon, who sought to develop a high impact empowering experience for women.

“We believe that heartbreak connects us to the essence of what it is to be human, and that our vulnerability is also the birthplace of compassionate change and daring creativity,” explains Haddon. “Our mission at The Heartbreak Hotel is for all our guests to leave feeling empowered and to act according to their own love narratives, values and needs.”

Alice’s all-female team includes Ruth Field, an international bestselling writer, speaker and coach committed to transforming lives through rebuilding resilience.  Radical and uncompromising, she uses humour as a tool to help facilitate profound shifts in the female perspective and lived experience.

The ‘hotel’ is in fact a beautiful private home (Barsham Barns) on the Norfolk coast.  The retreats run from Friday to Monday with a maximum of 8 women.  Expect long views, warm fires and a sensational seasonal menu designed to inspire and nourish your broken heart. Feeling rested and restored, you will be guided through three days of powerful conversations and leave liberated from the relationship dynamics that have kept you caged.

The first 'Moving Beyond Betrayal' retreat is from 5-8 November.

Visit www.theheartbreakhotel.co.uk for more information and to book your place at the early-bird, discounted rate of £1,750.

Wednesday, September 1, 2021