There’s no doubt that each one of us has been facing unprecedented times that challenge us on every level – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. So how do we stay steady in the face of all of this change, uncertainty and fear? We are thrilled to present this fantastic webinar with Dr Nerina Ramlakhan PhD, a physiologist who has specialised in maximising individual and organisational performance for over two decades.
In this FREE 60 minute webinar on Wednesday 29th April at 12pm, Dr Nerina will offer you a philosophical and practical look at the process we’re all living through with the pandemic and lockdown as well as offering strategies for bolstering your resilience and inner safety during these uncertain times. Dr Nerina's offering is based on over 25 years of working across industries and 10 years in psychiatry, and a lot longer working on herself.
Dr Nerina will talk about:
- Understanding your unique relationship with certainty and uncertainty
- How uncertainty affects the nervous system – surviving vs thriving
- Your personal reality check – how have you coped with recent challenges?
- Inside-out vs outside-in; shifting locus of control and finding inner safety
- Introducing a practical toolkit for dealing with uncertainty and developing resilience: identifying and strengthening your resources (including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual stability anchors)
Dr Nerina Ramlakhan PhD is a physiologist who has specialised in maximising individual and organisational performance for over two decades. After completing her post-doctoral training and research into the effects of lifestyle interventions on the alleviation of mental disorders, she spent five years in corporate health screening before studying organisational psychiatry and psychology at Guys Hospital and beginning organisational consultancy, workshop facilitation and coaching. For over a decade she worked with the Capio Nightingale Psychiatric Hospital in London on their sleep, energy & physical health programmes that are designed to support mental wellbeing.