Registrations are now open for Promoting Mental Wellbeing with a presenter from Lifeline. The webinar will explore how individuals can promote their own mental wellbeing and support the mental wellbeing of others.
This webinar will explore how individuals can promote their own mental wellbeing and support the mental wellbeing of others. We will briefly cover what we mean by mental wellbeing, and why it’s important – it‘s more than the absence of mental illness. We will look at self care, what strategies and behaviours we can put in place for ourselves to build our personal mental resilience and wellbeing, and we will touch briefly on how to support others who may be vulnerable or at risk of mental ill health. You will leave the webinar with an insight into the concepts surrounding mental wellbeing, and some techniques you can apply straight away to build your own wellbeing and resilience.
With October being Mental Health Month, this webinar is open to all members and non-members.
Rachel Bowes, Head of Crisis Services and Quality, Lifeline Australia
Rachel Bowes is the Head of Crisis Services and Quality at Lifeline Australia. She has clinical responsibility for all Lifeline services, including the development and delivery of the Crisis Support Service, which currently receives around 1 million contacts per year from Australians in crisis or at risk of suicide. Rachel has professional and post graduate qualifications in Mental Health Nursing and Counselling, and has spent over 20 years working in public, private and not for profit mental health services in the UK and Australia. Rachel has worked in and managed acute community and inpatient mental health services across both urban and rural communities. Prior to joining Lifeline in early 2018, Rachel spent several years delivering and managing services providing digital mental health, counselling and human services, and understands the unique challenges of providing mental health care through non face-to-face channels.
Please note for webinars there is a two step registration process.
1) Register using the link above, you will receive an automatic confirmation email
2) The day before the webinar, you will receive a reminder email with a link to directly register with the webinar software. The details on the second registration must match the original registration.
Date: Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Time: 12:00noon – 1:00pm AEDT
RSVP: by COB, Monday, 26 October 2020
Cost: FREE for NSCA Foundation members & non-members
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you become an NSCA Foundation member to access past webinar recordings or attend additional webinars for no additional cost.