Te Pūkenga mindfulness practice through change webinar series

We are pleased to offer kaimahi with a series of webinars hosted by Chantal Hofstee, who is a clinical psychologist, executive coach and mindfulness expert. Chantal will cover mindfulness practices and how they can support your wellbeing during periods of change.

We’ve asked Chantal for this focus because this year is one of transition within our network and there is also a lot happening in the world around us. Although mindfulness practice won’t necessarily fix problems or change your situation, it does offer ways to support your wellbeing and resilience.

The four sessions are:
  1. Friday 20 May, 10:30-11am: Understanding the brain and stress
  2. Friday 27 May, 10:30-11am: How to process emotions
  3. Friday 3 June, 10:30-11am: Mindful thinking as a powerful stress management tool
  4. Friday 10 June, 10:30-11am: Latest research on wellbeing unpacked (includes research on inflammation, diet, sauna and cold exposure)
You can join all four sessions, or just the ones that suit you.

We will share a link to webinar recording following the event with those who have registered. It will be available to view for two weeks.

Meet the speaker: Chantal Hofstee ​

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Chantal is originally from the Netherlands but has lived in New Zealand for 11 years and lives with her family in New Plymouth. Chantal Hofstee is a registered Clinical Psychologist specialising in stress management, wellbeing and improving mental health with research-based strategies including CBT, research-based mindfulness and other natural mood-improving strategies. She works with individuals, families, organisations and businesses. Her mission is to help people improve their mental health and wellbeing by equipping them with research-based strategies that work.