Brain Health and Wellbeing – Effective strategies for healthy brains and minds
Our brains are incredible organs that manage complex and intricate systems. These systems influence our mental, physical and emotional wellbeing and are all connected. When we don’t prioritise our brain health and wellbeing we see poorer mental health, lower resilience and more difficulty managing stress.
Using simple, yet effective everyday strategies, you can learn how to keep your brains functioning to an optimum level leading to healthier and happier lives.
This webinar is designed to provide you with:
✅ An understanding of the key foundations of brain health and wellbeing and how they all influence each other
✅ Tips on how to maintain mental, physical and emotional wellbeing
✅ Tools to enhance and build resilience from a biopsychosocial perspective
Lisa JonesPsychotherapist, Counsellor, Health Coach and Mental Health Consultant
Lisa Jones is an award-winning, science driven, fact-based therapist, coach and passionate trainer who believes that prevention is better than intervention. She works in both the corporate and education sector teaching others the importance of brain health, resilience, stress management and emotional wellbeing as well as running a busy private practice (Lisa Jones Coaching).
Lisa Jones is a fully qualified and insured Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Health Coach and Mental Health Consultant registered with The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She is also a senior accredited member of The National Counselling Society and The Association for Coaching.
After graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy, Lisa Jones went on to work with adults to overcome addiction and mental health issues. Having experienced chronic ill health for many years, she developed a keen interest in brain health and the brain/ mind/ body connection.
Lisa Jones was fascinated by how our minds can influence our wellbeing an vice versa.
After overcoming her own health issues, she then specialised in the field of chronic ill health and stress.
Lisa Jones also went on to certify in Applied Neuroscience and Brain Health and Women’s Health and Neurobiology.