Guest Speaker (Perth) - Belinda McCawley
Nature based mindfulness experiences can offer practical and innovative solutions to overcome societies challenges including, mental and physical health and the environmental crisis.
Connecting with nature provides the foundation for resilient, healthy ecosystems, communities, and economies to thrive and remain for generations to come.
In this compelling presentation, Environmental Scientist and qualified Forest Therapy Guide, Belinda McCawley explains how human health, environment and society fit together. She guides us through an approach where all parts of this interconnected system can thrive.
- Bachelor of Science, Environmental Management
- Diploma of Management
- Diploma Work Health & Safety
- Graduate Certificate, Sustainable Development
- Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP)
- Registered Meditation Teacher
- Accredited Mental Health First Aider
- International Nature and Forest Therapy Alliance (INFTA) Accredited Forest Therapy Guide
Human Health, Environment & Society Presentation
Who Would Benefit From This Presentation?
This presentation is suitable for all adults interested in how human health, the environment and society and how these are all interconnected.
Can the presentation Be Tailored To Our Group?
Presentations can be tailored to address:
- Issues currently relevant to the group
- Level of academic or scientific interest
- Event scheduling
- Level of desired audience participation
- Style of presentation, speech or workshop format.
How Much Notice Do I Need To Give?
You'll get most benefit if you get in touch in the early stages of your planning. This will allow us to think with you about what would be of most interest and benefit for your group.
What does a presentation cost?
Cost will depend on things like travel time and length of presentation. If you are preparing a budget, please get in touch and we'll prepare a quote for you.
Is This Suitable For Workplaces?
This is suitable for;
- workplace health and wellness education
- urban planners and local government natural environment activation
- environmental protection groups
- community development organisations