29 July | What tools can you implement in your everyday life to stay resilient in 2021?
During the pandemic there have been lots of conversations about the importance of staying physically and mentally healthy and resilient. But now it’s time to check in and ask each other – how are we going? Are we still maintaining our wellness, or has ‘resilience’ just become a buzz word?
This month Dr Ruth Knight will be asking mental health advocate and trainer Donna Thistlethwaite some questions to help us reflect and stay optimistic as we head into the second half of 2021.
We will be discussing:
- Why managers and teams should continue to promote and support resilience at work.
- Having work and life routines that help you manage your everyday stressors.
- That no matter what – we all have a choice.
About Donna Thistlethwaite
Donna dedicated her life to mental health following her own experience with attempted suicide and the realisation that being proactive with mental health is crucial. She is extremely passionate about using her lived experiences to educate others on the importance of maintaining a healthy mind. You can learn more about Donna’s story by reading our co-authored blog on ‘Recovery from a Suicidal Crisis’ here. Donna’s work sees her teach organisations and their staff how to thrive through a variety of fantastic services such as Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), Resilience Workshops and Inspirational Keynotes.
Donna has recently joined forces with “Yumm”, a social enterprise committed to providing young Australians with the tools and resources needed to be their best. Created by a team of young doctors who saw the need for improved primary-intervention methods to combat the onset of mental health disorders in 18-35-year old’s, Yumm supports mental health for young Aussies, with chocolate! Check it out here
Please join Ruth and Donna for July’s Tea and Buns Community of Practice.
ONLINE | Thurs 29 July, 2021 | 9:00 – 10:00am AEST
Register now (Please note, there is no need to register if you have previously registered for Tea and Buns)