AAPI Mindfulness for Emotion Regulation
Mindfulness for Emotion Regulation webinar presented with the Australian Association of Psychologists Inc. (AAPi).
In this 1 hour pre-recorded online webinar, you will have the opportunity to:
• Learn simple, practical mindfulness tools to help your clients:
– Reduce stress, anxiety, anger, and other emotional dysregulation
-Improve mood, and cultivate feelings of calm and wellbeing
– Improve sleep
• Learn how to explain the benefits and science of mindfulness to clients in simple, relevant terminology that can help overcome their resistance and encourage them to utilise the skills
• Overcome barriers to practice and how to establish a regular routine
• Learn simple tools to help reduce burnout and manage your own self-care and wellbeing as a clinician.
The session is informative, experiential and fun. Practice some mindfulness techniques, and perhaps walk away feeling a little calmer and lighter.
About the presenter:
Emma Gray is a clinical psychologist, coach, author, and mindfulness & meditation teacher. She founded the Mindfulness and Meditation Programs at Northside Clinic, where she works with a range of presentations, including anxiety and mood disorders, PTSD, complex trauma, addiction, and other mental health issues. She teaches mindfulness and wellbeing programs for mental health practitioners.
Emma utilises the latest neuroscience, along with traditional holistic Eastern approaches to wellbeing. Her programs are informed by mindfulness-based approaches, including:
* Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
* Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT)
* Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
* Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
* Mindfulness-Based Self Compassion (MBSC)
* Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT)
* Evidence-Based EFT (tapping).
Emma runs meditation groups, and CPD and training programs for mental health practitioners. One of her passions is meditation because she has seen the benefits, not just for her clients, but because of the powerful impact it has had on her personally.