Mental Wellbeing

Live keynote presentations with a managed Q&A towards the end of each session

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‘Time to talk’ day

The art of active listening to understand and effective open-up questioning techniques. How to self-test how well you really know the people around you, and how to look for and support people who may be isolating themselves from their own networks. On ‘time to talk’ day – this session will culminate in an action to reach out to your social, family or professional network.

Why do we procrastinate?

In this Masterclass we explore the causes of procrastination and discuss effective techniques to overcome the blockers that will enable us to take action now, not tomorrow!

Managing the conflict in our lives

What prevents us from having those difficult conversations at work, at home and with our friends? This session will explore the story we tell ourselves and how we can build the confidence to have those necessary but difficult conversations.

Do you constantly strive for perfection?

How often do you achieve perfection in all that you do? How does it make you feel when you fall short? What is the impact on those around you? In this Masterclass we discuss the implications of the drive for perfection and the impact it has on our wellbeing.

Maintaining your emotional resilience

We all face stress and pressures in our day to day lives. How do you deal with them? In this Masterclass we explore what negatively impacts our resilience and the techniques we can adopt to build our resilience and enable us to best meet these challenges.

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

This session will provide an insight into what autism is, associated strengths and difficulties, how you may recognise it in yourself and others and advice relating to ‘reasonable adjustments’ in the workplace.

Finding fulfilment in the face of challenge

Introducing and developing the ‘choice point model’ touched upon in the previous ‘Stress and Anxiety’ session – a model that can help make the best choices for lifestyle, relationships and personal fulfilment. This is a practical session with Dr Cooley guiding you through the choice point model and how to integrate it into your thinking and actions.

The psychology of stress and anxiety, and techniques to manage and control your stress levels

An ever popular overview of stress and anxiety, explaining the mental processes we go through and experience, and showing ways to manage stress and anxiety more effectively.

Experiential Mindfulness

Research shows that mindfulness can be a great tool to improve emotional wellbeing, stress and sleep. This seminar will introduce the concept of mindfulness, briefly explore the neuroscience behind it and provide opportunity for guided mindfulness practices.

Working from home successfully

Studies are showing that whilst people prefer working flexibly, they feel their sleep, stress levels and fitness are adversely affected. Find out why this occurs and how to protect your mental and physical wellbeing by managing your day, your tech, food, breaks and environment.