As lockdown restrictions begin to ease and borders reopen, it is timely to think about how we not only cope through the pandemic but thrive beyond it.
On Tuesday October 27, a panel of experts will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on physical and mental health in a free one-hour webinar. The panel will explore:
how the pandemic has exposed more people to stress and anxiety,
the opportunity we all have to reset the way we think about brain health, and
strategies we can implement to deal with these issues.
Ben Poschelk – Personal and Professional Leadership Facilitator, MAXMentis
Professor Selena Bartlett – Author andQUT Neuroscientist
Adjunct Professor Michael Hogan - QUT Faculty of Law, School of Justice
Ben Poschelk, is an accredited leadership facilitator who works closely with and advises businesses, teams and individuals on personal performance and advancement. Ben is particularly interested in the field of neuroscience and performance and will lead the webinar discussion with his fellow panellists.
Panellist Professor Selena Bartlett is an international trailblazer. She is a QUT Professor of Neuroscience and a leader of Addiction Neuroscience and Obesity at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) Brisbane, Australia.
The final panellist for this webinar is QUT Adjunct Professor at the Centre for Justice, Michael Hogan. He is former Director-General of the Queensland Departments of Child Safety, Youth and Women, and Communities, Child Safety and Disabilities Services. He now convenes the Thriving Queensland Kids Partnership.