Energise – Sleep and Fatigue Workshop, with Dr Mary Miller
The stresses of modern life can leave us feeling tired and can affect the quality of our sleep. Fatigue has a strong effect on our ability to function at our best and can negatively influence our mood and our ability to cope.
Sometimes the reasons for our tiredness are obvious, and at other times there can be an insidious creep over time of stress that affects our wellbeing. Often stress impacts on our ability to rest and relax at the time when we need it most. We can develop good habits to maximise our energy levels and learn how to support our body to rest. When our energy levels improve we can confidently move forward in our lives.
- Learn what happens when we are asleep
- Understand the effects of sleep deprivation
- What causes sleep difficulties
- How to improve sleep and energy levels
Dr Mary Miller currently works in private general clinical practice, as well as running mental wellbeing training for businesses (www.mindtherapy.co.nz).
She has previously worked at the Auckland District Health Board, at a private eating disorder service and in private general clinical practice.
She has also lectured on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) at Auckland University of Technology (AUT).
She has experience working with a wide range of symptoms including depression, anxiety, sleep disturbances, perfectionism, and eating disorders. Mary specialises in a range of issues including stress, burnout, low self-esteem, low mood and worry. She has a particular interest in work-related stress and developing mental resilience.