- Presented by the Founders of The Brain Health Education
A NEW APPROACH TO MENTAL HEALTH - How To Implement 'Maslow's Plan For Mental Health' - Ideal for anyone involved in child care, has a parenting role or has a family member that they are concerned about.
Traditional community mental health initiatives focus on managing mental illnesses after the symptoms become apparent. Whilst billions of dollars are poured into these programs every year, the mental health and well-being of the global community is continually getting worse and those diagnosed are getting younger every year. Almost one in seven (13.9%) 4-17 year-olds were assessed as having mental disorders in the previous 12 months.
Learn how educators and parents can build mental and emotional resilience into a child's life with simple strategies around healthy food, drink choices, good sleep routines and relationship building.
Small changes to hydration, nutrition, sleep habits and sugar consumption can radically improve brain health and improve moods and behaviour. Ensuring that the foundational 'Maslow's Basement' needs are met will build both mental and emotional resilience and boost the immune system.
These foundational strategies build resilience for the stresses of teenage years and into adulthood.
Understanding Mental Health
Body, Mind And Spirit
Maslow’s Order Of Basic Needs
The Human Brain
Water Sustains Life
Fuel Quality Impacts Performance
Sleep Is Brain Maintenance
Physiological Performance Dashboard
Safety And Security
Feeling Safe In A Tribe
Connecting Body, Mind And Spirit
The Still Face Experiment
Reactions To Trauma
Connection - Feeling Accepted
Using The How Are You Going? Card
Trevor & Annie Boulton
The Brain Health Education Institute
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Hervey Bay, Queensland, 4655
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