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A Life Worth Living - Workshop
Sat 15 October 2016, 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM NZDT
A LIFE WORTH LIVING - WORKSHOP
SIMPLE STRATEGIES, SIMPLE TOOLS - A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE
For those sensing a feeling of disconnect with their lives - or even just needing a reminder of what life is really all about - this over four hour workshop will help you feel more connected with your life, enhance your joy, feel more positive, build resilience and help create a life that truly is worth living.
All information presented is based on research from universities and researchers around the world.
Presenters are Rebecca Scheibmair: a registered clinical psychologist and Helen Duyvestyn: a registered nurse and life coach, with special guest speaker: Rebecca Stafford (PhD in Health Psychology)
This is about investing in yourself, your growth, your happiness and well-being. You deserve to be living life to the fullest life imaginable! Don't miss out on this special locally held event - it will be well worth your time.
What you get:
- Over four hours of information on how to enhance your life in a small group setting
- Two experienced health professionals with over 25 years experience in the mental health industry
- A take home "Life Worth Living" Exercise Book with practical ideas and instructional exercises which link in with what you learn on the day
- A free 30 minute consultation with either Rebecca or Helen following the seminar for questions, advice and support
What you will learn:
- Find out how to create an attitude of gratitude that will enhance your well-being
- Understand how 'being happy' has the side effect of many other benefits - including increased success, increased immune function and better relationships.
- Find out why ruminating is bad for your mental health
- Know what researchers say about the ways to promote happiness
- Learn how mindfulness can help reduce stress and lose weight
- Find out what is the most important key if you want to live a longer life
Who should attend:
- People who feel they could be getting more out of life
- Those who want to reduce stress and cope better with challenging times
- Sufferers of mild chronic depression
- Those with a desire to build resilience within themselves
- People who want additional tools to help them cope with a depressive illness (with or without the help of anti-depressants)
- People who are curious about what promotes "happiness" and are wanting to do the same
- Health professionals who are interested in ways of helping the people they work with
Where: TBC, Pukekohe
When: 15th October 2016, 9.30am - 3.00pm
Contact: Helen Duyvestyn at email@example.com