Australian based international organization, GYMHA, to hold a world class stress management summit

it might seem that there’s nothing you can do about your stress level. The bills aren’t going to stop coming, there will never be more hours in the day for all your errands, and your career or family responsibilities will always be demanding. The vast majority of health problems are caused or influenced by stress. It’s important to understand how stress affects your body and learn effective stress management techniques to make stress work for you rather than against you. To help you master the art of stress management, an Australian based international organization GYMHA, Global Youth Mental Health Awareness is holding a world class stress management summit in August tagged Stress Management Revolutions Summit (SMR) 2021.

GYMHA Incorporated is a global network of professionals whose vision is to make psychology a household term and to be an advocate for raising awareness and improving youth emotional and mental health outcome. GYMHA aims to empower anyone, especially those experiencing psychological health problems, emotional turmoil, adjustment issues, and concerns without any stigma or prejudice. As a not-for-profit, GYMHA in collaboration with Empowering Your Soul (eYs) magazine and many other local and international reputable organizations present the annual Stress Management Revolutions Summit.

In the forthcoming event, the world’s most renowned humanitarians, psychologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, allied health practitioners; political leaders, community leaders, youth activists, artists, and researchers will come together and openly share insights to improve the mental health of the participants inside and outside the corporate world.

In its first revolution in 2020, the Summit had more than a thousand registrants from all walks of life. In the forthcoming second revolution, over forty speakers and panelists from top industrial bodies and corporations will be present. Looking out for those unrecognizable signs of stress? There will be six hours of power-packed LIVE sessions with Q&A.

The Summit will have two master classes. First, participants will bag a full knowledge of ancient wisdom practices to enjoy a lifelong mental balance. Second, institutions get to formulate effective activities for World Mental Health Day. Also, those in search of learning about first aid, role-plays and so on should not miss this opportunity.

Over a hundred on-demand webinars will be available on the platform from some of the biggest names in mental health. There will be high energy activities like exercises, music, drama, quiz competitions and artful performances. Additionally, there will be heaps of virtual exhibition stands.

The forthcoming event is suitable for: Youth, Schools, GPs, NHS Staff, CAMHS, Charities, Youth Clubs, Staff in Residential Housing for Children and Mental Health, Foster-Carers, Rehabilitation Centers, Colleges, Sports Clubs, Spiritual and Holistic Therapists and anyone interested in empowering  the youths.

The key objectives of the summit are to familiarize participants with stress and its causes, effects, early signs, and solutions, help participants learn to live by self-regulating health and overcoming stress forever, create opportunities for the participants to network with stress management practitioners, facilitate organizations to make meaningful approaches to stress/mental health and teach methods of stress abatement through first aid, role-plays, counseling.

Managing stress is all about taking charge of your thoughts, emotions, schedule, environment, and the way you deal with problems. The ultimate goal is a balanced life, with time for work, relationships and relaxation – plus the resilience to hold up under pressure and meet challenges head on. That’s what GYMHA’s second revolution Stress Management Summit 2021 aims to achieve.

For registration, please lick on the link below:

https://free-smr-2021.eventbrite.com.au or inbox jude@gymha.org

 

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