HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

Moodwatchers has provided training to many health professionals both within the public and private sector nationwide.

I have delivered training to many health care professionals within the public and private sector throughout the island of Ireland including: HSE, St. Jame’s Hospital, Beaumont Hospital, Irish Nursing and Midwifery Organisation, Association of Occupational Therapists, Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy, Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute, Irish Society for Clinical Nutrition & Metabolism, All Ireland Gerontological Nurses Association, Sligo Regional Hospital, Our Lady’s Hospital, Manorhamilton, Rehab Group, Sunbeam Services, St. John of God, Donegal Mental  Health Services/HSE West, Irish Association of Supported Employment, School of Nursing and Midwifery HSE North West , North West Hospice,  Mental Health Association , Cork Mental Health Association, Cheeverstown House, Open Training College, MESA Ltd., Tullamore, Work Access, Limerick, Connect Employment, Bray, Disability Action, Northern Ireland National Learning Network, Monaghan Supported Employment Ltd., Employment Response North West , Clare Supported Employment , Louth Supported Employment Ltd., Kilkenny/Carlow Supported Employment Services , Kerry Mental Health Association, Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment, DELTA (NI), Home Start (NI)

The two most popular modules are outlined below. Each module can be delivered as a morning or afternoon session. Many companies ask for both modules to be delivered on the same day. To discuss further please phone me on 071 9152653.

CPD OPTIONS

The following sessions are available. All have a duration of three hours with a short break in between

SESSION A: The Science of Bouncibility– How to Build Resilience within Ourselves

Resilience is the ability to adapt to the challenges of life and work. If you are strong in resilience you can harness your inner strengths and coping mechanisms during such periods of upheaval and change in your life. In recent decades scientists have investigated the concept and can recommend strategies linked to better outcomes during these periods within our work environments and personal lives.

Becoming more resilient will not mean that problems disappear. It does not mean that you become ‘as hard as nails’. Resilience is more about learning how to cope – tapping into our own resources and fostering more strengths in order to not only survive but thrive through adversity. This seminar will outline ten scientifically validated strategies linked to better outcomes during periods of challenge. The material is extremely relevant to everyone and can be applied to our work and personal lives.

“More than education, more than experience, more than training, a person’s level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails. That’s true in the cancer ward, it’s true in the Olympics, and its true in the boardroom.”
Dean Becker, Harvard Business Review

SESSION B: HEALTH AND HAPPINESS: How to refresh your life

Over many decades science has made a wonderful contribution in helping us understand negative emotion. The emphasis on deficits, disorders and disease has allowed for effective interventions to be developed in order to help and support people who are unwell or unhappy.

But why wait until we are unwell to learn about becoming healthier? Why wait until we are unhappy to explore happiness?

In recent years psychologists have started to examine positive emotion. This research has focused on what makes people happier, what gives them more meaning and purpose in life, and what measures they can take to lead to overall greater health.

The seminar will outline ten simple, practical, and most importantly, evidence-based strategies linked to a better quality of life. The hope is that it will uplift and inspire change in the lives of those who attend but even more importantly inspire participants to incorporate it into their homes, workplaces and communities.

“Well-being cannot exist just in your head. Well-being is a combination of feeling good as well as actually having meaning, good relationships and accomplishments in your life.” Martin Seligman

 

For more information contact:

Shane Martin

35 Oakfield Crescent,

Sligo,

Co. Sligo

Tel: 071 9152653

Email: moodwatchers@eircom.net