Following on from these very successful Free Webinars, each of our speakers are offering either face-face workshops or additional more in-depth webinars on their specialist topics.
Visit our Upcoming Events page for full information. Spaces are limited - so book now to ensure your place.
We are fortunate to be working with some very inspirational people who are pleased to offer these stunning FREE webinars during Mental Health Awareness Week: 21- 27 September.
Tuesday 22 September - 12.00 pm - 12.40 pm
Depression Unmasked with Dr Giresh Kanji
Depression is like a broken arm. There is a timeline and at least five structural changes in the brain and body. The structural changes can be healed to prevent a lifetime of recurrent episodes. This seminar will look at the role of childhood trauma, the stress system, and structural changes to examine how we can manage depression for life.
Dr Giresh Kanji is a Musculoskeletal Pain Specialist and Researcher. He is the author of four books including a NZ Bestseller: Brain Connections How to Sleep Better, Worry Less and Feel Happier. He is the Chairman of the NZ Pain Foundation and editor of Australasian Musculoskeletal Medicine journal. He is an honorary Associate Professor and is supervising research at Auckland
Thursday 24 September - 12.00 pm - 12.40 pm
Three Tips for Getting Clients Unstuck with Dr Bruce Arroll
People can feel stuck for a number of reasons. The FACT model is a therapy where clients focus on accepting the feelings for what they are, and committing to making a change they can realistically make, and that will enable them to move on and passed this feeling of being 'stuck', to living a more thriving life again. Bruce will share some techniques that you can use with clients almost immediately.
Bruce is a Professor of General Practice and Primary Health Care at the University of Auckland New Zealand and a practising GP at Greenstone Family Clinic in Manurewa in South Auckland. He does regular general practice at that clinic and also does special consultations using Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT) for people who are feeling stuck in their lives by stress, pain or low energy. He does this work with his own patients and those referred from his clinic colleagues as well as for people outside of the clinic.