Mental Health Reboot; Coffee, Connection & Calm Session Four
A link to join the webinar will be issued after booking.
Join us on the Mental Health Reboot; Coffee, Connection & Calm – our weekly social to support you and/your staff throughout June.
Mental health is a hot topic, especially after so many weeks of isolation and lockdown. We strongly believe the movement towards recognising and supporting mental wellbeing needs to practical, personal, and accessible. Social connection is key our happiness!
‘The Mental Health Reboot’ is your opportunity to:
- Develop positive psychology techniques to help with anxiety, stress and low mood.
- Meet and build relationships with new people.
- Benefit from incredibly powerful guided meditations with a trained expert.
EVERY Friday throughout June we will be running ‘The Mental Health Reboot’ from 10 until 11am. This four-part weekly reboot is open to all.
The format of each session will
- Two randomly assigned small group socials with concept for discussion so you can get to know each other.
- Two short powerful guided meditations,
- Print at home toolkits to help you develop lifelong positive habits.
‘The Mental Health Reboot’’ is an open invitation offering support, practical techniques, and social inclusion to everyone. Not only will you learn cutting edge practices to develop positive mindset but you have the opportunity to meet new people and build new relationships.
Zoe Flint is the Director of Work.Live.Thrive Wellbeing Consultancy who deliver cutting edge, evidence based and fun wellbeing solutions, enabling everyone to thrive; at work and in life. Founded in 2017, Work.Live.Thrive was established to share the knowledge, tools and techniques Zoe used to recover from a 20 year battle with anxiety and depression. Now a trained Coach, Hypnotherapist and Mindfulness Trainer, Zoe also works one to one with clients and specialises in trauma and anxiety.
Sarah Myerscough is the Director of Boston Tullis, who offer Management, Training & Marketing Consultancy to Insurance Brokers. Sarah has an entrepreneurial heart and has run SME’s across a range of industries. Business development and understanding people is her talent. Sarah is also a former pupil of Zoe’s and regular mindfulness practitioner. Providing opportunities for training and support to others is key to Sarah’s role within Boston Tullis and core to her self-belief.
Webinar will be held via ZOOM. Full joining instructions will be sent on booking.
If you know of any other CII Members who would like to attend but have not received the invite, please ask them to update their CII Communication Preferences at https://www.cii.co.uk/membership/updating-your-preferences/
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1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
It is recommended that you keep any evidence of the CPD activity you have completed and upload copies to the recording tool as the CII may ask to see this if your record is selected for review. Details of the scheme can be viewed online at www.cii.co.uk/cpd.