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Professional Development


Intro to digital wellbeing (1 hour course)
*Requires a Google account
Learn how to develop and maintain healthy tech habits.


Stress Management (8-minute video) 
This stress management training program explains how to reprogram our ancient operating system to survive and thrive in a modern world. 

Your Own Mental Wellness (4-minute video) 
Achieving and maintaining good mental wellbeing is important for all of us. This mental health and wellbeing training program details some of the conditions that signal good mental health and gives various tips and ideas on how you can improve your mental wellness. 

Managing Fatigue in the Workplace (7-minute video)
Insufficient sleep will put your health at risk in many ways. In the workplace, it can reduce your ability to perform your work safely and effectively. Whilst the only cure to fatigue is sleep, there are certain steps that you can take to ensure that tired workers do not create risk to health and safety in the workplace. 

Breaking your Digital Addiction (2-minute video)
50% of people complain they’ve become addicted to their mobile device. Behavioral expert Peter Quarry shows how to bust digital addiction through reducing screen time, switching devices off (go and walk that dog without the phone!) and setting yourself challenging goals that help to create healthy new habits. 

Overcoming Low Self-Esteem (2-minute video)
Low self-esteem is a state of mind caused by many factors, and it can affect productivity and careers negatively. Psychology expert Peter Quarry believes that triggers for low self-esteem can be avoided by identifying the things you do well each day, building a self-esteem file for collecting evidence of your accomplishments, and updating this file regularly with new successes. 

How You Can Help (5-minute video)
This mental health training program lists a number of indicators that considers if someone might be suffering from mental distress and sets out in detail what you can do to help. Things like when and where to have “that conversation” and the types of non-threatening questions you may want to consider.