Sport & clinical psychologist who is trained and board certified in brain mapping, neurofeedback, biofeedback and Brainspotting. International trainer and consultant with 13years of experience working with Olympic athletes & peak performers from different walks of life.
Approximately 13 percent of over 1,000 respondents in a study in Singapore reported symptoms of anxiety or depression during Covid-19 pandemic, whilst 81.8 per cent of the 13 per cent said they would be willing to seek professional help for mental health issues relating to the virus*. A far cry from pre-Covid studies where the stigma of mental illness and the inability to recognise the symptoms allows for that percentage to drop significantly. With more awareness on the importance of mental health, the general public are now much more informed and are taking their mental health a lot more seriously than before.
As mental health professionals, it is important for us to keep up and be equipped with various methods and techniques to better help our clients with the issues that they face. “The Miracle of Breath” is one such training that will help mental health professionals to become a better therapists through understanding how breathing and heart rate variability biofeedback can help them to get better therapy outcomes.
The Miracle of Breath – Breathing and Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback (HRV) for Mental Health Professionals provides participants with the knowledge and understanding of how breathing and HRV can help them in getting better outcomes to their sessions for their clients.
Mental Health Professionals, Social Workers, Frontliners or anyone who wants to benefit from learning how breathing can have a positive impact. It will also empower them to upgrade themselves and gain further knowledge on how breathing and HRV can help when included into their sessions with clients and also for themselves.
The course will be held over 2 days, 19th and 26th November 2021 from 9am to 5pm with a 1.5 hour lunch break via online.
The course fee is $550 per participant.