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Mental Health Awareness Week 13th-17th May ‘Moving more for our mental health’


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This year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 13th-17th May 2024 is ‘Movement: moving more for our mental health’. Being active is important for both our mental health and performance. So many of us struggle to exercise – we can help implement high performance routines which help people to find moments for movement in their daily lives.

Our flagship Performing under Pressure workshop covers the key resilience skills that enable people to perform effectively despite the challenges and changes we are experiencing today. Our approach is based on the latest scientific evidence from the fields of cognitive neuropsychology that world class athletes use daily to ensure that they optimise their performance.

This session covers:

  • The difference between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ stress
  • What we can learn from elite performers to help us sustain high performance
  • Develop personal resilience strategies that can be put into practice immediately
  • Understanding the role of recovery in mental health and performance
  • Understanding the significance of marginal gains in behaviour change
  • Identifying specific marginal gains for better task focus and optimising recovery

If you would like to book a session on Performance under Pressure or any other topic during Mental Health Awareness Week with one of our experts; Dr Phil Hopley, Dr Rob Archer, Professor Pieter Kruger, Dr Marisa Lang, Dr Judith Mohring or Jake Lovelock, please get in touch.


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