The NTI Wellbeing Series is a collection of half day seminars designed to enhance your personal, professional and community’s wellbeing. All are based on Buddhist philosophy, providing a range of evidence-based approaches and tools that can be directly applied to your everyday life and career.
Personal and professional development
Each seminar focuses on a specific area within health or the community – providing valuable information for professional development and enhancing your personal wellbeing.
17 March 2016
Learn about the importance of leisure and recreation activities in a process termed ‘Brain-Training’.
Recent medical research has highlighted the ability of the brain in people of all ages to ‘change itself’ by growing and reforming through a process known as neuro-plasticity. Leisure and recreation activities are known to impact on this process. Learn how in this exciting seminar.
21 April 2016
This workshop is designed for those working in the aged care industry, or who are caring for older people in their home.
Workers in the Australian aged-care system are known to experience burnout, compassion fatigue and high levels of stress. Learn how to integrate mindfulness-based stress-reduction techniques into your daily life, and to use these methods to assist others.
Experienced and highly qualified educators – specially selected for their skill and knowledge in the unique subject area – share their knowledge.
A taste of the Health and Social Wellbeing Masters
NTI Wellbeing Series seminars will give participants a sample of the unique and powerful learning available in NTI’s Health and Social Wellbeing (HSW) postgraduate courses. Individual subjects within these courses are also ideal to study for professional development and/or personal interest.