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Engage Your Brain and Adapt to Adversity - Webinar


  • Mon 4 Dec 2023–Sun 17 Dec 2023, 4:00pm–11:55pm


Part of Virtual Events


All Ages


Listed by

Nathan Wallis

**EXPIRY** Please note that this webinar is able to be watched within a specific time frame (4 Dec to 17th Dec) and runs for approx 1 hr 20 mins. Please take note of the expiry date so that you can access the webinar before it expires. It can be paused and it can also be replayed and watched again (it cannot be shared but can be watched from the same device that you accessed it initially). Enjoy!

An outstanding presentation by Nathan Wallis and Lance Burdett which was recorded live at the La Vida Centre in Christchurch. Tune in to view!

Anxiety, or depression, and possibly suicide affects all families. It affects my family, it affects my friends' families, it probably affects your family too. And, right now, you are likely thinking about someone you know who is going through or has gone through one of those three things. Because of that thought, your mood has dropped.

Lance Burdett, founder of WARN International joins Nathan Wallis, renowned neuroscience educator in this first-time event. In 1999, Lance had his own battle with depression caused by burnout during his 22 years of policing experience at the highest level, 13 as a crisis negotiator. Studying the causes, he now provides presentations and workshops on how to adapt to the pressure and stress that we all face. Combining Nathan’s knowledge of neuroscience and recovery from trauma with Lances’ extensive experience, they will both share practical tips on understanding how your brain responds to and heals from trauma, how to reduce the impact of stress and what you can do in your everyday life to improve the quality of that life for yourself and others.

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