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The Neuroscience of Mental Health and Resilience

22 May 2024
Summits Stage
Leadership , Mental Health & Psychosocial Safety , Workplace Wellbeing

Reactive measures don’t work. Organisations need to invest in mental health prevention. Giving employees tools for self-regulation, self-awareness, introspection and compassion is key. The science is robust, not fluff. Compelling research has shown mindfulness-based psychological resilience programs literally change the brain, particularly in the areas associated with executive function, emotional regulation, stress, burnout, mental illness, trauma and empathic distress fatigue. The mind is the most valuable tool you possess- learn how it can be trained to reduce stress, bolster resilience and improve mental health and performance in your workplace.

Sally Cumming, Director - Engage Health


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