Stress less & progress - 11 Sep
Time & Location
About the workshop
With guest speaker Malcolm Hunt, Founder & Director of Shikodo and creator of the Cloud Thinking Method TM, Vice-President of Youth for Global Peace, Sydney.
Join us to take you through the fundamentals of mindfulness, a component of Cloud Thinking, and how you can build the skills to combat stress. You will walk away with the courage to deal with workplace stress, relationship worries or family strain. Take back control of your thoughts and how they control your actions.
We will explore:
- Cloud Thinking fundamentals
- Concept of mindfulness and the A.C.T. model
- How to practise the A.C.T. model
- How to use it as a tool to combat stress
About our Speaker:
Malcolm is an experienced professional in psychotherapy, mental health and mental health program management having worked with Anglicare Mental Health Project, A Place to Belong, Brisbane, GROW Queensland and Arafmi Queensland. In 2011 Malcolm left his career to pursue studies and life in Buddhism and became ordained as a Buddhist Monk at Guang Jue temple Zhejiang Province China. There he led word class Mindfulness Retreats for people across the globe; from top executives, celebrities and the like. It was during his time as a monastic that he developed the Cloud Thinking Method based upon teachings of Buddhism and Taoism but modified to a modern contextual and psychological framework. Malcolm has a passion for helping people emerge to their highest potential. He returned to Australia in 2013 to resume lay life further developing Cloud Thinking Coaching. Malcolm is a highly sort out speaker, author & coach and currently is Vice President of Youth for Global Peace Inc, situated in Sydney Australia.
Important Event Details
Please note that registration for this event is esstential. Please ensure that each person wishing to attend the event has registered individually. This will help us monitor the event attendance and questions during the event.
This event will be delivered via Zoom online application and will require a password to access. The webniar link and password will be sent to registrations via email 48 hours prior to the event.
If you have not recieved an email with the link password please email email@example.com to have the details resent.
For any enquiries in the lead up to the event please firstname.lastname@example.org
- Time is TBD1-hour workshop on Zoom