In the context of living through challenging moments in history, we all need tools that help and support us. Mindfulness is not just a buzzword but an evidence-based intervention that supports wellbeing, stress management, emotional regulation and interpersonal relationships. This webinar teaches trauma-informed mindfulness techniques that are easy, fun and useful and is perfect for people who hate the idea of meditating and have not enjoyed mindfulness practice in the past.
- What is mindfulness?
- Mindfulness versus meditation
- What the science says
- Different mindfulness techniques
- Learn the science and benefits of mindfulness
- Learn which mindfulness tools to apply in different situations Create their own mindfulness plan
Learn about our speakers
Liana Busoli is an experienced psychotherapist, consultant and trainer with a particular interest in trauma, vicarious trauma, and staff burnout. She has a Master of Counselling (UQ) and is a member of the Australian Counselling Association. Liana’s work is informed by the latest psychological research, neurobiology and best practice trauma work. She has provided training to a wide variety of organisations including government agencies, education providers, community services, health services, not-for-profits, private businesses and more. Liana gives people and organisations the support, tools, and education they need to improve their mental health and wellbeing and live bigger, richer and fuller lives.
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Tuesday 29 November 2022
10:00am - 11:00am (ACDT)
Digital resources and workbook
Online (interactive webinar)
Personal Member: $15
State Government Member: $30
Corporate Member: $30
(Please click the button below to explore the full 4-part series. Full series registrations are available at a discounted rate)