Mental health needs the integration of the mind, body, and soul. Recognise & learn ways to improve and support a holistic approach for mental health.Download Brochure
A holistic approach means looking at the bigger picture and not its parts individually. When applied to Mental Health, Holistic approach is an amalgamation of physical, social, and spiritual health. All three are integrated and a healthy lifestyle, sound mind, and spiritual health are required for comprehensive wellbeing. This interactive & highly practical program enables participants to explore and learn how to take control of distress with a holistic approach; reap the benefits of a calm and relaxed mindset and overall improved mental health.
Anyone keen to learn the holistic approach to his / her mental wellbeing.
- Maximum – 30 participants in a Virtual class & Face to face
- Maximum – 250 participants in a Webinar
- Better understanding of mental health
- Learn holistic approach with the help of a therapist
- Learning about benefits of the holistic approach
- Learning techniques of making holistic approach to mental health your lifestyle.
- Jumpstarting the journey to find holistic health.
- Understanding holistic approach
- Benefits of holistic approach
- Making it a lifestyle
- Mind body soul connection
- Pathways of healing
- Reducing stress
- Holistic activities – exercises, yoga, meditation, nutrition, different therapies
- Multiple Delivery Options – F2F, Facilitator led Virtual Session, Webinar
- Highly interactive facilitator moderated discussions, Presentations, Individual & Group exercises, Roleplays, App-based activities, Videos, Q&A
Multiple Delivery Options:
- Webinar – 1 hour
- Facilitator Led Virtual - 2 hours
- Face to Face – 1 day
- Duration of programs based on specific organisational needs
- Multiple sessions can be organised during the day
- Training needs analysis prior to design and delivery – to baseline exact requirements for maximum program value and impact
- Follow-up programs and individual coaching sessions for greater effectiveness