FREE PLACEMENT ON OUR Tiny Habits Big Change Programme
Louth Leader Partnership Company are delighted to announce the recruitment of participants for our Tiny Habits Big Change programme. People who are living in Louth who are in receipt of a social welfare payment and those who are not in receipt of a social welfare payment and not working outside of their family home are eligible to apply for a place.
Some of the many programme aims are to:
- Demonstrate to participants the concept that creating tiny habits can initiate personal change.
- Outline to participants the correlation between Ruth’s six pillars of well-being.
- Show participants how making small changes can enhance their daily lives.
Some of the programme objectives are to:
- Demonstrate to participants how to adapt new habits in their everyday life routine.
- Assist participants to adapt new habits which promote positive mental health and well-being.
- Emphasise to participants the link between changing habits and achieving life goals.
The programme is based on the correlation and implementation of Ruth’s six pillars for positive mental health and well-being. In the workshops, participants will identify habits that can be changed and are directed to understanding how the adoption of these new habits will assist the attainment of their life goals. Ruth’s pillars are:
Due to Covid19 this programme is delivered on-line using Zoom. The learning is person-centred. Maximum participation from the learners is encouraged. The learning is achievable, relevant and fun.
The duration of each workshop is ninety minutes. The course involves three workshops delivered once a week for a period of three weeks from 10.00am to 11.30am. A prerequisite for this course is that Participants must be familiar with zoom. This training is provided before participation on the programme.
About the Facilitator:
This programme is delivered by internationally accredited life, leadership, executive mental health and well-being coach Ruth Kelly. A chartered Physiotherapist Ruth sub specialised in Orthopaedic Medicine unpinning her interest in mental health and well-being. A Fellow of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine and licensed acupuncturist. Infusing her clinical practice with promoting positive mental health and emotional well-being, Ruth’s purpose is to assist others to become the best version of themselves.
How to apply for a place on the three, ninety minute workshops:
There are limited spaces available on this programme, to apply email your name and mobile number to firstname.lastname@example.org or text phone mobile 087:3611956