6 Techniques to Build Resilience and Cultivate Mental Wellbeing
Did you know, there are simple tools that can help you and your clients boost mental wellbeing, build resilience and lower the risk of developing mental health problems?
Do you have them in your toolkit? No!. Well join us for this online Masterclass on Monday 11th April at 6.15pm to find out more and add them to your toolkit.
Mental health is a part of everyday life and deserves to be taken seriously.
Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.
By attending this interactive masterclass, you will have a better understanding of mental health and how it impacts us and our clients on a daily basis. You will walk away with 6 straight forward techniques that you can immediately apply to your own life that will build awareness and improve your daily health and that of your clients.
Join us live online on Monday 11th April 2022 at 6.15pm to find out more and get your toolkit. It’s FREE for ANZCAL members and only $25 for non-members.
To register simply complete the form below and we will send you the details.
About Your Presenter – Jordan Shearer Grimmett
Jordan is a qualified Life and Career Coach, a NLP practitioner, Adult Education Tutor, a Mental Health Trainer for St John, a trainer for New Zealand Life Coaching School and an ANZCAL Master Trainer running her own coaching practice in Lower Hutt, Wellington.
Experienced and knowledgeable in the mental health sector and a passionate trainer, Jordan looks forward to sharing some simple and effective techniques that you can use to positively impact your life and those around you.
When Jordan is not coaching and transforming lives, she has two young daughters and a fishing-mad husband to run around after. She is also a passionate cook and competed on MasterChef New Zealand in 2014 gaining third place alongside her Mum.