Mental Health Self-Care – Keeping Balance When Being Pushed Sideways By Life (Clerks / Officers Only)
What's it all about?
Our mind can cause a whole spectrum of emotional states. From people who are thriving and living life to people who are feeling out of balance, to deep depression and anxiety, to mental illness such as schizophrenia and paranoia.
In many cases, we are having a natural reaction to uncertain times or difficult environments.
Anything from sleep problems, fatigue, irritability, worry, stress, depression and anxiety can hold you back from being the person you want to be.
This webinar’s ambition is to uncover some of the reasons behind why we may go through dark times, give us tools to move through them and allow us to understand ourselves with compassion when we are struggling.
Who is Becky Walsh?:
Becky Walsh is smart, funny and insightful. She is an expert in personal development and communications.
Becky presented an agony aunt style phone-in radio show on LBC Radio in London which enjoyed 97,000 listeners. She is the author of four self-help books including ‘You DO Know – Learn to act on intuition instantly’ which is published in four languages. She is also the author of ‘Intuitive lovers’ published by O books. She then went on to present on BBC Radio and have her own TV show ‘Anything goes with Becky Walsh’. As well as being a worldwide media pundit in personal development.
Becky is a sought-after speaker and has appeared at the world-renowned seminar ‘I can do it’, as well as being a coach and script editor for TEDx speakers. Becky has a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and is a qualified life coach.
Becky has a private practice in London, Bristol, Weston-super-Mare and worldwide online.
SALC is subsidising this event to encourage as many Clerks / Officers to attend as possible as we recognise that may Clerks / Officers are finding things a bit difficult right now.
Tickets £20pp - For this event it will be Clerks / Officers only and Chatham House Rules it will not be recorded.