Mental stealth: Seven secrets of stress management



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Have you ever felt like life was a constant struggle to manage everything at once?

Believe it or not, a healthy amount of stress is actually good for us, but sometimes it can be difficult to find that balance. Join our free webinar with KYDS Youth Development Service head facilitator Nick Kenny, as he shares the seven "mental stealth" principles - evidence-based principles to help you take charge of your stress and bring a heathy balance into your life and the lives of those around you.

You will learn:

  • The difference between "eustress" & "distress"

  • Seven evidence-based foundations for managing stress & anxiety

  • Simple & effective techniques to develop a happier mindset

  • An easy-to-implement formula to prevent overwhelm & burnout

This presentation is useful for both teenagers and adults.

Loud and Clear

"Mental stealth" is a series of free webinars offered as part of the Loud and Clear campaign, a partnership between KYDS and Lindfield and Turramurra Community Bank.

The Loud and Clear campaign is raising funds to pay for an additional counsellor so that young people in our community can access mental health support without having to wait. Together we aim to raise $75,000. This will provide 900 more counselling sessions to over 50 vulnerable young people.

Each dollar donated will be matched by Turramurra and Lindfield Community Bank until we reach the goal of $75,000.

During Mental Health Month in October, KYDS is delivering a series of online mental health workshops and webinars for young people, parents/carers and families in our community (and beyond). If you would like to support the Loud and Clear campaign, donations can be made online or over the counter at either the Turramurra or Lindfield branches of Bendigo Bank.

About the presenter

About the presenter:

Nick Kenny is an award-winning speaker, ACA-accredited counsellor, and Chief of NSW Speakers Tribe. He has spent the past six years speaking in front of hundreds of different audiences and over the past twelve months has helped thousands of people take ownership of their mental health through workshops and keynote presentations. A graduate of James Ruse Agricultural High, he has completed an honours degree in modern history and a master of politics and public policy.

Nick now runs well-being programs in schools and online with KYDS Youth Development Service, works as a SMART Recovery facilitator, hosts “Mental Stealth Radio” on Northside’s 99.3FM, and coaches men and young people through difficult situations.


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