Full course description
Date and time
Thursday 24 March 2022, 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event
This learning event is right for you if you are an educator, school leader or non-teaching staff member interested in practical strategies to start 2022 with your wellbeing in focus.
The main gains from the workshop are for people to manage their time and energy more effectively – to manage timelines and demands in ways that minimise stress and worry and to dentify the most powerful ways of promoting personal well-being.
The staff wellbeing session includes:
- a mood review
- ways of increasing energy
- strategies for switching off at the end of the day in order to rest and sleep better
- using your kitchen and pantry to build the neurochemicals that underpin optimal functioning
- the connection between mitochondria and mental wellbeing
- reviewing life history and a search for ancestral echoes that may play an unconscious role in life
- proactive planning.
‘We are still hearing rave reviews of the evening and your presentation… I feel so delighted that the word is spreading and parents are saying how energised they feel AND telling their friends and relatives about it! Thanks again.’ Glenda, Assistant Principal
- strategies for managing time and energy more effectively
- tools to manage timelines and demands in ways that minimise stress and worry
- information on how to dentify the most powerful ways of promoting personal well-being.
Andrew Fuller is a clinical psychologist, family therapist, author, speaker and creator of Learning Strengths™. Andrew has worked with over 3,000 schools in Australia, NZ Asia and the UK and with more than 5000,000 young people on core elements of resilience - connect, protect and respect (CPR) and building The Resilient Mindset. Andrew Fuller is a Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne and has been a scientific consultant for the ABC and a regular presenter on Radio National. He has established programs for neuroscience and education and the promotion of mental health in schools, substance abuse prevention, and the reduction of violence and bullying, suicide prevention programs and for assisting homeless young people.