7 Secrets to a Healthy Mind
Based on award-winning university research, this acclaimed workshop aims to:
• improve mental health by building skills and behaviours that promote mental health
• support healthy achievement striving while reducing the unhelpful perfectionism that impedes achievement and increases risk for depression and anxiety
• help staff with stress management strategies that identify and maintain a ‘peak performance zone’, without catastrophising daily stress or trying to remove stress altogether
• teach the specific cognitive and behavioural skills of emotional self-management
• increase self-compassion, now recognised as more important than self-esteem
• facilitate the cultivation of gratitude, to improve mood, sleep and contentment
• provide a clear understanding of how to proactively audit, monitor and enhance their overall wellbeing - independently - into the future
Being mentally healthy is more than just not being depressed or anxious. Being really mentally healthy allows us to perform at our best, reach our goals and fulfill our potential. The online self-paced course includes 9 videos (approx 3-8 mins in length) with accompanying downloadable resources for participants.
Dr Tom Nehmy is an award-winning clinical psychologist with a passion for preventing psychological problems while also enhancing resilience and wellbeing. His university research produced the world’s first prevention program to prevent the onset of symptoms of depression and anxiety while also reducing risk for eating disorders.
Tom currently works with companies, schools and professional organisations to help them build psychological skills for mental health, wellbeing and resilience. More than 30,000 people have attended his workshops, training programs, invited keynote addresses, and conference presentations across Australia and around the world.
His work has been featured widely in the media, but most importantly it gets outstanding feedback from participants. Tom is the author of the new book ‘Apples for the Mind: Creating emotional balance, peak performance and lifelong wellbeing.’