Alumni Seminar Series Event: Mindfulness
Using mindfulness to achieve workplace health: Is it just hype?
- Thursday 11 May 2017 06:00 pm until Thursday 11 May 2017 08:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Alumni and Advancement
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- Presented by:
- Dr Jennifer Arnold-Levy, Director Making Emotions Work & La Trobe Alumnus; Josh Marsden, Manager Health and Wellbeing, La Trobe University; Dr Eric Morris, Director of Psychology Clinic, La Trobe University
- Type of Event:
- Alumni; Public Lecture; Seminar/Workshop/Training; Public
- $10 registration fee. All proceeds go towards La Trobe student equity scholarships.
Dr Jennifer Arnold-Levy, Director of Making Emotions Work and La Trobe Alumnus, Josh Marsden, Manager, Health and Wellbeing La Trobe University and Dr Eric Morris, Director of Psychology Clinic, La Trobe University, discussed using mindfulness to foster workplace health and productivity.
In this session the panel members addressed questions including what do we really mean by mindfulness? Do we need it? Who can benefit? How can it be developed and why workplaces are investing in mindfulness?
This session provided participants with a practical experience of an everyday mindfulness practice and a case study showing how mindfulness initiatives can be integrated across both personal and professional (workplace) contexts. For photos from the event please see the La Trobe Alumni Flickr page.
About our speakers
More about the guest speakers:
Dr Jennifer Arnold-Levy, Director of Making Emotions Work and La Trobe Alumnus
Jennifer works in an organisation that assists individuals in intelligently using emotions, both negative and positive, to optimise their performance, maintain positivity and confidence, stay calm under pressure and build meaningful and authentic relationships with others.
Josh Marsden, Manager Health and Wellbeing, La Trobe University
Josh has introduced the Better Life wellbeing program at La Trobe University for over 7,000 staff. This program focuses on improving the mental and physical wellbeing of La Trobe staff and providing early intervention to staff at risk of injury or illness. The wellbeing program is designed to create an environment where healthy behaviours are easy and accessible and the workplace culture is supportive of health and wellbeing.
Dr Eric Morris, Director of Psychology Clinic, La Trobe University
Dr Eric Morris is Director of the Psychology Clinic, La Trobe University. Eric’s research has focused on individual and group acceptance and commitment therapy for people recovering from psychosis, carers, and as a workplace intervention for mental health workers. He is a co-editor of ACT and Mindfulness for Psychosis, co-author of the self-help guide, ACTivate Your Life: Using Acceptance and Mindfulness to Build a Life That Is Rich, Fulfilling and Fun, and co-author of the forthcoming treatment guide, ACT for Psychosis Recovery: running effective groups using acceptance and mindfulness, to be published by New Harbinger Press.
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