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Self Paced Online Training Course - How To Protect Your Mental Health

Mental exhaustion, irrational thoughts and unusual behaviors are often attributed to a 'Mental Illness' and the symptoms are treated with mind altering chemicals and cognitive therapies. Increasingly, therapists are now seeing Mental Health holistically integrated as Body, Mind and Spirit, with all three requiring attention.

A Healthy Brain, a Clear Conscience and a 'Reason To Live'

Developed by The Brain Health Education Institute, after nearly half a century of research and observation, these community workshops, PD sessions and online Holistic Mental Health Training courses focus on practical ways of developing and maintaining 'Holistic Mental Health' and explains the relationships between the needs of our physical body, how disconnection and trauma influences our thinking, and the role of purpose in mental and emotional well-being.

Trainees are offered a multiple choice question for each of the 30 topics and on successful completion receive their Holistic Mental Health Education Certificate. The course shows how to establish and incorporate simple feedback routines to maintain a "Healthy Brain", observe and deal with the underlying causes of "Addictive Behaviors" and recognize opportunities to establish a "Life Worth Living".
Graduates are empowered and resourced to provide Holistic Mental Health training and implement workplace and educational practices.
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Body - Mind - Spirit
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Body - Mind - Spirit
In Service Training and Community Workshops - How To Protect Your Mental Health

These sessions focus on developing and maintaining mental health and are presented by the founders of The Brain Health Education Institute, Trevor and Annie Boulton.

Sessions include insights into current personal and community mental health issues, understanding their possible causes and exploring strategies for dealing with our own health and that of our families, friends, colleagues and workmates.

The presenters openly discuss their own individual mental health challenges which has included hospitalization, break-downs, addictions, early childhood traumas and their paths to recovery.

Trevor spent 15 years working alongside the homeless on the Gold Coast and together with Annie, has spent
the last 20 plus years working in the mental illness and mental wellness education sectors.

Human mental health is best understood 'holistically' as having three components, Body, Mind & Spirit

BODY - Begins with an overview of the role and function of our physical brain and what our brain needs in order to function correctly, how to maintain its basic chemistry and how to know when these needs are not being met.

MIND - Explains our caveman-like responses to stress and the responses we learn in childhood to relieve that stress or shame, how we carry those same responses into adulthood and ways we can deal with our shame.

SPIRIT - Looks at purpose and its role in providing fulfillment and happiness, and how to deal with the thinking that can keep us from finding that purpose and ultimate fulfillment.

Attendees tell us that the talk helps them understand many of the things we do and how we attempt to cope with life. Presented in a fun way often comparing human beings to a Ferrari - where Body, Mind and Spirit become Vehicle, Driver and Journey.

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