Built up your mental health to become resistent to difficult situations
Getting through difficult times like pain or disappointment without letting them become overwhelming is not necessarily easy for anyone. But researchers have begun to uncover what more resilient people do to emotionally and mentally carry on after the death of a loved one, a job loss, chronic or acute illness, or another setback. What they have learned may help others become more resilient themselves.
The goal of this webinar is to develop more resilience for becoming more flexible and to adapt more easily to unusual situations.
Feel good and find your balance
In addition to physical health improvement, research has shown that nurturing our mental health leads to maintaining healthy relationships with intimate partners, family members, colleagues and friends. This webinar will allow you to discover the most important rules to keep your mental health fit and to be able to focus on the right priorities in life.
Target audience: Everyone
What can mindfulness do for you?
Improved ability to manage stress
Improved ability to pay attention, focus and concentrate
Improved conflict resolution skills
Increased empathy and understanding of others
Increased capacity to overcome challenges
Increased engagement in physical activity
Learn how mindfulness helps you to ease your mind and to reduce worries and anxiety.