APEX event supports improved mental health

The COVID-19 pandemic has been part of our lives for almost two years, and has created a range of wellbeing difficulties for many Australians. To help us through this period, Flinders University professional and academic staff are invited to join Dr Anthony Venning for an interactive session on Tuesday 30 November, to Reconnect and Realign for 2022.

This session, presented by the Flinders University Advancing Professional Excellence (APEX) Network and proudly supported by the Office of Communication, Marketing and Engagement, will explore how we can all benefit from taking time to reconnect with our authentic selves and examine how and what we do to improve our mental health for a fearless 2022.

The session aims to maximise the wellbeing of all staff, not only those who have been directly impacted by mental health difficulties.  Please bring your lunch and join us for a participatory lunch-and-learn style event and a free Flinders RAP or Fearless gift courtesy of the Office of Communication, Marketing and Engagement.

Dr Anthony Venning’s clinical expertise is in strength-based psychotherapy, and his research interests include digital mental health, the economic viability of low-intensity cognitive behaviour therapy (LICBT), and wellbeing. Dr Venning has authored more than 35 peer reviewed publications, several book chapters, produced numerous multimedia clips and written and produced nine clinical guided self-help materials about mental health and wellbeing.

When: Tuesday 30 November, noon to 1pm

Where: Alere Function Room. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, catering will not be provided but staff are welcome to bring their lunch.

Register: Bookings are essential via EventBrite.

APEX is the Advancing Professional Excellence network for Flinders University staff.

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