Workbench for the mind is a resilience building program created by suicide prevention advocate and positive psychology & wellbeing consultant and Mental Health First Aid facilitator Suzi Evans.
The idea behind ‘Workbench for the mind’ is to provide a safe, supportive space where people can uncover their own inner resources that can be used to improve their wellbeing.
1: Lay everything out on the table
2: Understand how the brain works, you can mould your brain (or workbench) through plasticity to change, re-organise and adapt habits and thought patterns.
3: Find out what tools you already have on your workbench
4: Identify the tools you need to improve your resilience
These skills are based on Suzi’s lived experience combined with her studies in Positive Psychology & Wellbeing. Suzi can tailor make the workshop to suit your industry or environment. The positive psychology approach has been clinically proven to increased well-being and reduced depression levels.
‘Workbench for the mind’ gives participants the ability to listen, understand, communicate effectively, as well as manage their own emotions in positive ways through their emotional journey.