Every day practices and pursuing significant targets are main components of wellbeing for many individuals. In instances of disaster, nevertheless, these practices might fall to the wayside or fail to serve us. With many people restricted of their capacity to spend time with different individuals and even go away their properties and flats, a few of us are discovering that our favourite coping methods are not attainable.
This webinar is designed to create house for individuals to discover reaching their new or reimagined wellness targets. On this webinar, individuals will:
-Be taught the affect of objective setting and routines on wellbeing;
-Discover a mannequin for attaining and sustaining wellness targets; and
-Discover the significance of self-compassion in instances of disaster and uncertainty
A duplicate of the slides is accessible for obtain right here: https://www.mhanational.org/occasions/wellness-routines-uncertain-times
Patrick Hendry, NCPS is the Vice President of Peer Advocacy, Helps, and Providers at Psychological Well being America. He has labored as a psychological well being advocate for the previous twenty-nine years. His areas of experience embrace peer supplied companies, self-directed care, recovery-based trainings, organizational growth, and administration and sustainability. He’s the previous Government Director of the Florida Peer Community and has assisted within the growth of quite a few peer-run packages and organizations. Patrick is a robust supporter of the inclusion of psychological well being shoppers in all facets of the behavioral well being system.
Kelly Davis is the Director of Peer Advocacy, Helps, and Providers at Psychological Well being America (MHA) the place she works to advertise the enlargement of peer help all through well being care. She additionally leads MHA’s Collegiate Psychological Well being Innovation Council, which is devoted to highlighting and increasing student-led packages that fill gaps in conventional companies and helps on campus. Kelly is enthusiastic about empowerment, civil rights, constructive psychology, peer help, and trauma-informed care. In 2019, Kelly was awarded the Disruptive Innovator Award by the Worldwide Affiliation of Peer Supporters, an award given to an adolescent making constructive change in psychological well being via constructive disruption.
This webinar was initially carried out on March 27, 2020.