Add to your emo­tional tool­kit

Deniliquin Pastoral Times - - News -

Reg­is­tra­tions are still open for a spe­cial we­bi­nar be­ing hosted by the De­niliquin Busi­ness Cham­ber on Tues­day.

The ‘Build­ing an emo­tional tool­kit’ we­bi­nar is part of a se­ries aimed at im­prov­ing self and pro­fes­sional devel­op­ment.

Two other we­bi­nars in the Healthy Minds se­ries have al­ready been hosted by the cham­ber, and were well at­tended.

Cham­ber ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Lau­ren Ryan said the ses­sions are de­signed to help peo­ple get through the COVID-19 un­cer­tainty with bet­ter re­silience, recog­nis­ing that men­tal health is im­por­tant to main­tain.

“Our work­shops so far have been very well re­ceived,” Ms Ryan said.

“We have had good at­ten­dance and pos­i­tive feed­back. Mind In­surance CEO and founder Mel Neil has done a great job so far and will de­liver our fi­nal work­shops.

“We wanted to of­fer ev­ery­one the chance to learn how to keep your­self healthy at this time when face-to-face sem­i­nars are dif­fi­cult to or­gan­ise.”

Next week’s we­bi­nar will cover what re­sources peo­ple can utilise to man­age and ex­pe­ri­ence their emo­tions.

To reg­is­ter, go to / eid=643543.

The we­bi­nars are free for the lo­cal busi­ness com­mu­nity and wider pub­lic, thanks to fund­ing from the Mur­rumbidgee Pri­mary Health Network.

■ Anyone re­quir­ing cri­sis sup­port can con­tact NSW Men­tal Health Line on 1800 011 511, Life­line Aus­tralia on 13 11 14, BeyondBlue on 1300 224 636 or Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800.


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