In keeping with the theme of starting with a health related topic in order to set you up for success in 2021, we invite you to join our VIRTUAL chapter meeting on the 8th February.
A constant theme of the past year and potentially into the future is the challenge of change. For many people, change is challenging.
Two of our WA chapter members work in the area of mental health and wellbeing. Our chapter HUG event will feature Tasha Broomhall CSP and Lauren Hancock, discussing practical coping mechanisms to deal with the constant change.
Tasha Broomhall CSP
Tasha Broomhall holds a Master’s of Science Psychology and is undertaking a PhD in Psychological injury risk and workplace mental wellbeing. Tasha is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer with the University of Notre Dame and her work has been recognised with the ICCWA Suicide Prevention Award, as a finalist in the LiFE Awards for Excellence in Suicide Prevention and in 2020 her ‘Inside Out’ segment with Christine Layton on ABC radio was the runner up in the Mental Health Week Media Awards.
Tasha has been providing mental health and wellbeing programs throughout Australia for 18 years. Tasha has been providing mental health and wellbeing programs throughout Australia for 18 years. She is the founder and Editor in Chief of Blooming Minds magazine and the author of 2 books and 2 journals to promote personal and organisational mental health.
Outside work, Tasha enjoys reading and writing fiction, playing with clay and exploring with her family.
Lauren Hancock is a Psychologist who believes that mental health issues are human stuff: they are something most of us experience at some point in our lives.
Initially trained as a therapist, Lauren worked in private practice for many years. She has now been speaking professionally across Australia and internationally for over a decade. She currently works exclusively as a speaker and coach.
Lauren is passionate about helping people live the life that is most fulfilling for them, and the themes of meaning, values and connection are core to all her work. Alongside her own clients, she is Adjunct Faculty for the Executive Education arm of two high ranking Australian Business Schools.
We encourage everyone to join this online HUG to share a (virtual) cheese and wine and set yourself up for success in 2021.
6.15pm Room opens for networking (bring your own cheese and wine)
6.30pm Welcome and Introduction
6.40pm Tasha Broomhall CSP
6.55pm Lauren Hancock
7.10pm Q & A
7.25pm Wrap up and take away
7.30pm Official Close
7.30pm Onwards – networking and casual chat
Once you have registered to attend (Members for FREE, Guests $25), you will receive a confirmation email providing you with information on joining the webcast.