Do you ever wish that once your shift is over, you could tone down the heightened vigilance that keeps you safe at work? Do you carry the heavy burden of the traumas you encounter regularly on the job? Do you experience burnout, stress, anxiety, or lack of focus that both hurt you and harm your relationships? Mental fitness is the ability to respond to life’s challenges with a positive mindset vs. a negative one. While your mind is your best friend, it also can be your worst enemy. It can enable you to thrive or it can sabotage you and prevent you from living a fulfilling life.
This webinar will introduce you to research-based methods of shifting and maintaining the balance of power in your mind by strengthening your positive mental muscles and weakening those that sabotage you. In your profession, being able to remain calm in the midst of chaos and to pay clear, laser-focused attention to what’s in front of you is a safety issue. The ability to mitigate your stress and anxiety levels is a mental health and well-being issue. A strong level of mental fitness will enable you to clear the minutiae that are cluttering your mind and diverting your attention so you can focus on whatever is in front of you.