Mental Health and Thriving: Our Minds Matter Series
Our Minds Matter Series with Dr Malvika Behl
We’re acutely aware of the hurdles that accompany managing our neurodivergence, whether in the workplace or in our everyday lives. Moments of feeling overwhelmed and isolated are all too common. That’s precisely why we’re thrilled to announce the relaunch of our mental health and thriving program, Minds Matter.
Our mission is clear: to arm you with the skills and strategies needed not only to bolster your mental health and well-being but also to navigate your neurodivergence with confidence and resilience.
Meet Dr. Malvika Behl, an invaluable member of our team. As Associate Professor and Chair of the Counsellor Education Program at West Texas A&M University, her extensive expertise shines through. With a PhD in Counsellor Education and Supervision, Malvika brings a wealth of knowledge and seven years of academic experience, teaching various counselling courses. Driven by a passion for supporting individuals with learning disabilities, Malvika has been actively involved in counselling since 2013. Her dedication extends globally, collaborating with esteemed organizations such as the Centre for Learning Disabilities, Partners Resource Network, Maharashtra Dyslexia Association, and Dyslexia Organisation Kenya. With her guidance and expertise, we’re poised to make a meaningful impact on your journey towards thriving mental health and well-being.
Cost – $39.99 per session
Session 1 – Understanding negative thoughts 12th April, 2024
This session will discuss negative thoughts/cognitive distortions that impact individuals daily. There will be a particular focus on examples and activities that can help participants recognis negative thoughts in the moment and process them.
Session 2 – Feelings & Emotions 19th April, 2024
The presentation will describe different feelings and discuss the impact of their range and intensity. There will be a further discussion about how to identify underlying causes of different feelings.
Session 3 – Behaviors and Actions 3rd May, 2024
This session will address and discuss activities and coping skills/behaviour individuals can use to manage negative thoughts and/or feelings.