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Mental Health Week: Chris Cheers Psychology Workshop
7.09.2022-4:00 pm - 5:30 pmFREE
Re-defining self-care and building resilience through your “why”.
Balancing work and study is tough at the best of times. And these last few years have certainly not been the best of times. This workshop aims to help you focus on self-care focused on your own needs rather than expectation. We will also discuss how to build resilience through the skills of emotional agility and the importance of anchoring yourself in what is meaningful, especially in the context of these times of uncertainty.
When: Wednesday 7th September
Time: 4-5.30 pm (1.5-hour Zoom workshop, including 40-50minutes teaching content, followed by Q & A)
(Meeting ID: 843 5041 2245)
Workshops for current students will cover:
- Redefining self-care, with a focus on LGBTIQA+ and International students
- Knowing when to reach out for support
- Building resilience through emotional agility
About Chris Cheers
Chris Cheers is a psychologist and lecturer with a focus on elevating mental health in the arts and LGBTIQ+ community. Chris brings his lived experience as a queer man and art worker to workshops and consultations with the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Rising Festival, National Institute of Dramatic Arts, Australian Academy of Music, Back to Back Theatre, and Midsummer Festival.
Chris is passionate about bringing psychology out of the clinic room and into the real world and does this through his Instagram @chrischeerspsychology, and through the media, most recently featured on the 7 am podcast, ABC radio, The Guardian and The Age. Chris will publish his first book, The New Rulebook, with Harper Collins in Feb 2023.