No booking required
This free workshop is organised as part of mental health month. The theme for this year's mental health month is 'Tune In'. Tuning in means being present, being aware of what's happening within you and in the world around you. Tuning In means being present, being aware of what's happening within you and in the world around you. Tune In to your senses and take a moment to help still and focus your mind, as well as build positive connections.
Tune In To Hope
In this world, there are many challenges facing us. Lived experience of mental health issues is challenging enough without also dealing with a pandemic, trying to maintain connections, the impact of the bushfires and living in a digital age.
This webinar will explore the meaning and significance of hope and how we can utilise personal experiences of hope to transform our lives in positive and practical ways.
Participants will have an opportunity to share their lived experience of hope and identify tools and strategies that have worked for them.
By the end of the session, people will leave feeling hopeful, refreshed and ready to face the world again.
About the presenter
Vicki Katsifis has worked in mental health peer support, advocacy and education for twenty five years. She has also worked in multicultural mental health both in the national and state setting. She currently works at the South Eastern Sydney Recovery and Wellbeing College as a Senior Peer Learning Advisor/Educator and for the Mental Health Coordinating Council of NSW as a trainer.
What you need to attend
Join via Zoom on Thursday 29 October at 2pm.
Enquiries can be directed to Community Services on 9710 0333 or firstname.lastname@example.org