Keeping momentum during difficult times

This event will take place via Zoom and is open to all AUA members free of charge. There are limited spaces available so booking early is advised. If you miss out, the event will be recorded and made available for AUA members on our Digital Resources page.

12.30 to 13.30

Friday, 17 September 2021

This year, the AUA turns 60 and celebrates its Diamond Jubilee. As part of the celebrations, we are pleased to announce a series of two health and wellbeing webinars free of charge for AUA members.

This is the second webinar of the series and the first webinar is Your mental wellbeing beyond the pandemic, which you can find here.

About this Event

For over a year now, we have all been exposed to constant ups and downs and this is likely to continue for the near future. So the question is, how do we keep going? Understanding how our thoughts, feelings and behaviours contribute to all of this is the key.   

Participants will get a better understanding of why we lose momentum sometimes and what maintains that vicious cycle. They will become more aware of how their thoughts, feelings and behaviours contribute to the level of motivation. They will learn how to identify and challenge unhelpful ways of thinking and behaving and learn practical tools and techniques to help them stay motivated. 

Learning outcomes

By the end of this session, delegates will be able to:

1. Understand why sometimes we lose momentum

2. Explore how our thoughts, feelings and behaviour contribute to the level of motivation

3. Learn simple tools and techniques to help keep momentum even during difficult times

Interested in becoming an AUA Member? Find out more and how to join here.

Details in brief

Location: Online via Zoom

Date: 17 September 2021

Time: 12:30 to 13.30

Fees: Free to AUA Members

Speaker

Mariyana Bushara

Mariyana is an experienced individual with 15 years of organisational experience. She has worked in a variety of roles including psychology, HR and Organisational Development, mainly in public sectors and not for profit organisations.
Her background is predominantly in mental health and psychology, doing one to one and group work, using CBT principles to help and empower clients manage common mental health problems.
Most recently she has worked in HR and Organisational development, dealing with the full employee cycle and was involved in numerous change projects.
She is passionate about promoting mental wellbeing in the workplace and making mental health support accessible to all.

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