Getting yourSELF and Mental Health & Wellbeing 101
Date:10:00am to 11:30am on 01 October 21
This is the all-important starting point on the journey of learning how the brain works. Everybody’s brain is different; meaning we are all neurodiverse. Learning our strengths and challenges, what triggers us and why we do the things we do is vital for achieving the best mental health possible, not to mention realising one’s fullest potential.
At the end of this session, you will have had an introduction to:
- How the human brain is wired, and how that influences your behaviour and decisions
- Identifying your own strengths and challenges, enabling us to make better decisions
- Build resilience by identifying triggers and developing tools that enable you to be your best self
Price for this webinar will be $50 per person. To purchase tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The presenters for this session will be:
Anton Ashcroft BSc, MSc, MBPS, MDFP, CPsychol
Anton is our lead neuroscience and psychology expert. With 27 years of experience as a forensic, clinical and corporate psychologist, Anton has worked with neurodiversity from all angles. Anton also has an autistic son.
Natasya Tucker Grad Dip BBus(Hons) ICC and PEERS accredited
Co-founder | CE
Natasya is our CE and learning and development expert. With over 18 years in the private sector, from skill’s development to policy implementation, Natasya has lived experience of neurodiversity, having herself been diagnosed with ADHD in January 2019 and has an autistic ADHD son.