The Triangle of Safe Uncertainty is a map to help guide you in understanding how the environment we live, work and play in can help us achieve our truest self. When feeling safe to explore and take risks, we give permission to connect with our creative potential. The triangle works by helping to connect you with the emotional atmosphere of your environment, recognising as you move around the triangle the effect this has on opening up or shutting down your emotional expression and inspiration.
The Triangle of Safe Uncertainty combines the Triangle of conflict, made popular by David Malan in the 1970’s and Safe Uncertainty from Barry Mason in 1993. Much of my work is based on attachment theory and helping people to connect to core emotions to lead a fulfilling and authentic life.