Exeter, Well-Being & Resilience Programme

  • Exeter Golf & Country Club Topsham Road Exeter EX2 7AE United Kingdom

Well-Being & Resilience Programme

A 2-Day Workshop for Health Professionals in Exeter, Devon

with Dr Rani Bora & Ian Watson

June 8th - 9th 2017, 09.30 - 16.30

Purpose and Aim

We have designed this workshop to provide health professionals with a deeper understanding of their innate well-being enabling greater resilience, clarity of mind, fulfillment and optimum performance whilst reducing personal stress levels.

Who is it for?

The workshop will be suitable for all practicing health professionals and support staff whether in the NHS, private health sector or self-employed. It will also be of great benefit to health workers who have experienced, or would like to prevent stress or burnout in the workplace. 

Outline Curriculum & Objectives

Upon completion of the two-day workshop, each participant will have learned:

  • How stressful feelings are created internally and how it is that different people experience the same situation in a variety of different ways

  • Why ‘stress management’ and trying to control our feelings doesn’t work in a sustainable way

  • The true source of inner resilience and well-being, and how we can access it no matter how challenging the situation

  • How our state of mind affects our judgement, decision-making abilities and performance levels

  • How we can experience clarity and peace of mind in the midst of a busy schedule

  • What are the internal factors that contribute to burnout and how it can be prevented

  • How we can achieve greater efficiency by operating with a quieter mind

  • How we can regain the passion and enthusiasm for our work when it seems to be lost

    How the Programme is Delivered

    Dr Rani Bora and Ian Watson will deliver the curriculum over two days. The sessions will be interactive and group size will be limited to around 25 participants. The facilitators are also offering a complimentary hour and half, online group call, post workshop.

    Participants can share insights into their learning since the course, have open discussions with the facilitators and rest of the group at the same time as further deepening their understanding about the principles of innate health and resilience. Each delegate will be presented with a certificate of attendance.

    Programme Fee: £225
    Price includes all refreshments and buffet lunch on both days, plus a complimentary online follow-up group teaching session, to be held a few weeks after the workshop.

    Location & Venue

    The Exeter Golf & Country Club has excellent conference facilities and is located just a few minutes from Exeter centre. The address is:
    Exeter Golf and Country Club
    Countess Wear
    EX2 7AE


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    About the Facilitators

    Dr Rani Bora has recently moved from her full time NHS position as a Consultant Psychiatrist to pursue her passion in sharing The Principles of Innate Health to a wider audience.  She is also a wellbeing coach and speaker. She has conducted several training and coaching workshops for both staff and patients on the concept of coaching and recovery, stress and anxiety management and psycho-education.  She was the local Clinical Lead for Schwartz Center Rounds for two years, encouraging reflective clinical practice and supporting staff to provide compassionate care. Rani is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and also holds a certificate in Post-Graduate Clinical Education.

    Ian Watson is a highly experienced trainer and facilitator who has worked in the field of well-being and personal transformation since 1988. He one of the leading teachers of the Principles of Innate Health in the U.K., and has taught resiliency and well-being programmes to business leaders and their staff, teachers, healthcare workers and other professionals. He is a faculty member of the Innate Health Centre in London, delivering well-being and resiliency programmes to schoolchildren of various ages.