We are all in the same storm right now, just not all in the same boat. Our mindset is everything. One size fits no one.
Collective resilience is powerful and in this 90 minute interactive on line workshop Monica Evason shares tips and techniques for better managing the storm based on personal experience from working with brain tumour survivors. We explore the psychology behind what’s going on in our own heads and share some practical tips on how to stay "realistically optimistic" in these testing times. We live in an era when we are more connected and yet more disconnected than we’ve ever been. In this session we explore how to rebuild family connection through better understanding the brain and some tips on how to manage the way our brains work and improve our mental wellbeing. The session will be interactive, down to earth and practical, avoiding overly scientific speak wherever possible.
This session will provide practical hands-on tips and tricks for how to:
- Develop positive habits to support mental health and cognitive functioning
- Increase self and family wellbeing and optimism
- Restore and strengthen family connections
To make the most of the experience, please:
- Try to log in a couple of minutes before 6pm CET (so we can start punctually)
- Bring paper and a pen
- Come with an open, curious mind
About our speaker:
Monica has been a mindset coach for 15 years, facilitating sessions around personal and professional development in schools, companies and hospitals. She became a self-confessed “brain nerd” after 2 of her close family were separately treated for serious brain related illnesses some years ago. She is passionate about making breakthroughs in neuroscience accessible to all through her own down to earth, layman explanations. She achieves this through the patient centric illustrations and resources she co-creates with neuro specialists at GOSH in the UK and Maryland University in the USA. She is proud of her ongoing contributions to SUCCESS, a charity dedicated to empowering brain tumour survivors; and TEI, a foundation dedicated to improving mental wellbeing in school and in the workplace.
When she's not empowering people to change the way they think, she loves flamenco dancing, mountain trekking and travelling. She’s also proud mother to 3 young adults who are her greatest teachers.
Language: The session will be imparted primarily in English, however Monica does also speak Spanish and can answer in both languages if needed.
Please register to join the event to receive the link to the Zoom meeting.
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