The Science of Stress OR the Stress of Science? FREE Webinar

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Exploring Six Steps To Keep Your Sanity...

When we work in high demanding roles, juggling the complexities of multiple responsibilities, often the stress of the situation can creep up on us. Then one day something goes wrong! It may be a health complaint, a relationship strain, a meltdown or some other negative response.

Whether we look at the latest research into gender equity and stress, or whether we explore the physiological and psychological impacts of stress in the world of science – we need to address this topic becoming an epidemic of highest proportions.

This FREE webinar will explore these principles from an innovative angle – using the science of wellbeing and positive psychology to unpack the tell-tale signs of stress, and arm you with SIMPLE tools and strategies that you can implement immediately.

If you are working in STEMM, and feeling like the woman in the photo – then this FREE webinar is for YOU!

You will walk away with techniques to:

  • Recognise your personal response to stress

  • Identify the successful skills you have used in the past

  • Create a plan to engage your new strategies and use them every day

This comes through identifying how you can choose different thoughts and ways of being; controlling the controllables; and believing that ‘the past does not define you but is your teacher’.

People often say that the problem is too big, or beyond their control. That they don’t have time/ resources or power to change what is going on.


Is it time for a change?

One SMALL change can make an ENORMOUS difference.

Register for this FREE webinar NOW!

(Please note that if the LIVE webinar time doesn’t work for you and you have registered, you will have access to replay).

By registering for this webinar – you will also receive weekly inspirational blogs from WALT Institute.

Your presenters:

Dr Elizabeth Pritchard is a health professional, researcher, and performance coach. She has effectively managed teams and individuals with an emphasis on inspiring people to be more confident, find ways to have higher levels of energy and productivity. She has extensive coaching and leadership skills working with individuals and teams. Elizabeth has mentored over 100 managers and clinicians, to become more effective leaders in life and careers. She also has a Doctorate in Philosophy (PhD - Health Sciences) from Monash University.

Ms Christine Burns brings extensive experience in working with individuals and teams in sports, education and corporate arenas. As a former elite athelete, educator and performance coach, she has expertise creating high performing individuals and teams. Christine graduated with a degree in psychology to later specialise in performance and sport psychology. She uses her theoretical qualifications together with skills as a former athlete, to work with clients to build a resilient mindset based on scientific evidence and proven practical strategies.

Dr Elizabeth Pritchard & Ms Christine Burns

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