Event Organiser: ICE

Switch on to Mental Health and Exercise, webinar

Free

  • Webinar
  • Watch online
  • Online
  • 07 October 2020
  • 12:30 - 13:00 (UK time)
Part of a range of webinars delivered by the ICE Benevolent Fund.

About this event

This webinar examines the evidence-based links between physical activity and your mental and emotional wellbeing.

  • Being active doesn’t have to mean going to the gym – so what counts as physical activity?
  • What does mental wellbeing actually mean?
  • Examining how physical activity positively affects mood, stress, self-esteem, mental health and cognitive ability
  • How do we get started? Which activities can we undertake to boost mental and emotional wellbeing?

Other financial planning and well-being webinars can be found on our website.

Programme

12:30 - Introduction from Sarah Parker, Casework & Marketing Administrator, ICE Ben Fund
12:35 - Presentation from Lucy Whitehall, Director, Transform and Thrive Limited
12:55 - Q&A, Lucy Whitehall, facilitated by Sarah Parker, ICE Ben Fund

Speakers

Lucy Whitehall

Lucy Whitehall

Director, Transform and Thrive

Lucy Whitehall is a Positive Psychologist and Coach. She specialises in employee wellbeing and performance, helping people to access their innate resilience and strengths enabling them to flourish and thrive.

Lucy delivers inspiring workshops and guidance in Mindfulness, Positive Psychology, Mental Wellbeing, Supercharging Sleep, Personal Resilience, Work-Life Integration, Personal Effectiveness, Assertiveness & Confidence, Time and Energy Management, Grit & Growth Mindset, Emotional Intelligence, Managing Change and Personal Branding.

Lucy is an experienced coach trained to masters level. She works with clients from all walks of life including senior leaders, managers, entrepreneurs and business owners.

She also holds a BSc in Life Sciences, MSc in Human Resource Management, and is a chartered member of the Institute of Personnel and Development (MCIPD). In 2018, Lucy qualified with the world recognised Masters in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology (MAPPCP), from University of East London.

For more information please contact:

ICE Benevolent Fund Team

e: [email protected]

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