Public Speaking

Sadhbh speaks at a variety of public events including industry conferences,

mental health seminars, peer supporter workshops, academic symposiums, Annual General Meetings, Workplace Mental Health Seminars, Peer Supporter Conferences and Workshops as well as mental health awareness forums.

In her position as Adjunct Lecturer and External Fellow, she is grateful to often speak at events on behalf of The Black Dog Institute. 

 

Sadhbh presents on the following topics:​​

  • Workplace Mental Health: from strategy to implementation - what the research tells us.

  • Understanding Empathic Distress Fatigue: proven strategies to help bolster compassion, adaptive resilience and reduce empathic distress in service-to-others occupations. 

  • Resilient Foundations: the role of proactive self-care and boundaries in enhancing personal resilience and wellbeing.

  • Proactive Mental Health: Why evidence-based resilience training matters in developing mentally healthy workplaces.

  • The Resilient Response: creating a personal action plan to bolster resilience and  protect your mental health during times of adversity.

  • Compassionate Leadership: why empathy, compassionate and mindful communication are key factors in the future of work. 

  • Why Emotions Matter: how understanding the personal values underlying our emotional responses creates insight and bolsters adaptive resilience. 

  • Mindfulness, self-care and self-compassion: simple yet powerful evidence-based skills that enhance wellbeing and protect mental health. ​    

Webinars, Workshops and Conferences 

Joyce S. (2020).  Introducing Mindarma  for Ambulance Victoria, presented to the Victoria Ambulance Clinicians Unit (VACU) Forum Nov 17th. 

 

Joyce S. (2020) Mindarma Launch Webinar for CMC Markets Women's Committee. Mindarma, Mindfulness and the Myths of Resilience. November 13th. 

 

Joyce S. (2020) Mindarma Webinar: Managing stress and bolstering resilience during times of uncertainty, change and adversity. Department of Health and Human Services  Victoria- November 11th.

Joyce S. (2020). Evidence-based online resilience training for first responders. presented at the First Responder Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference: strengthening, supporting and building mental health resilience for the frontline. (October 13th, Sydney Australia).

Joyce S, Mott B, Carse T. (2020). RAW Mind Coach: development and application in the emergency management sector.  (September 15th, Stewart & Heaton Webinar Series for the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC). Online webinar available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0F7UBaT_is&t=26s&ab_channel=AFACnews

Joyce S  & Watson J. (2020) Mindarma Webinar: Managing stress and bolstering adaptive resilience during times of uncertainty. Australian Human Rights Commission, September 9th. 

Joyce S. Managing stress and bolstering adaptive resilience during times of uncertainty. Association Accredited Certifiers Virtual Conference August 18th 2020. 

Joyce S. Mental Health and Resilience Webinar for Thomson Reuters Asia/Pacific Region, August 7th 2020. 

Joyce S, & Watson J. Mindarma: An evidence-based online program to foster adaptive resilience in the workplace. Online Q&A Webinar for PacificHydro and Tango Energy, (July 2020).

Joyce S, Carrigg, S, & Wigham, W. Tips and tools for tough times: Community Insights. The Black Dog Institute online webinar series.  (Jun 23rd 2020).

Joyce S, Yates D, & Kafer, K. Building your team’s resilience to cope with change and uncertainty. Expert Insights: for workplaces. The Black Dog Institute online webinar series.  (June 11th 2020). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78slyVuoaTA&feature=youtu.be

Joyce S, & Watson J. Mindarma: An evidence-based online program to foster adaptive resilience in the workplace. Online Q&A Webinar for SafeWork ACT and Access Canberra, (May 2020).

Joyce S, & Watson J. Mindarma: An evidence-based online program to foster adaptive resilience in the workplace. Online Q&A Webinar for Abbvie in collaboration with The Black Dog Institute.  (May 2020).

 

Joyce S. A proactive evidence-based approach to building psychological resilience in the workplace. Australian Institute of Health and Safety: Improving Integrative Approaches to Workplace Mental Health. Criterion Conferences,Sydney Boulevard Hotel, 3rd & 4th March 2020.

Joyce S. Evidence-based resilience training in the workplace: RAW Mind Coach. Workplace Excellence Awards Showcase, Australian Psychological Society, Melbourne, 31st October 2019.

Joyce S. Developing employee resilience in the workplace: RAW Mind Coach. EML Workforce of the Future,Parliament House NSW, May 29th 2019.

Joyce S. An evidence-based approach to building employee resilience in the workplace: RAW Mind Coach.Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference, Sydney, MAY 27th – 28th 2019.

Joyce S. (2017) keynote presentation: resilience, emergency service workers & the resilience at work(raw) mindfulness program: how do we build resilience in the workplace? Workplace mental health conference. Canadian Conference Board: Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 14th – 15th.

Joyce S. (2017). The Resilience@work (raw) mindfulness program. Building resilience among Australian first responders. Presentation at Wayahead workplaces forum (NSW Mental Health Commission) September 2017 at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

Joyce S. (2016). Research presentation: the Resilience@work (RAW) mindfulness programPreliminary findings from the pilot study and RCT. Society for mental health research (SMHR) annual conference, SYDNEY UNIVERSITY DEC 2016.

Joyce S, Harvey SB, Modini M, Christensen H, Bryant RA, Mykletun A, & Mitchell PB. The Role Of Work In The Development Of Depression And Anxiety Disorders – A Meta-Review. Presented At The 7th World Congress Of Behavioral And Cognitive Therapies, July 24th 2013, Lima, Peru.

Joyce S, Harvey, SB, Modini M, Christensen H, Bryant RA, Mykletun, A, & Mitchell, PB. Interventions That Address Depression And Anxiety Disorders In The Workplace – A Meta-Review. Presented At The 7th World Congress Of Behavioral And Cognitive Therapies, July 24th 2013, Lima, Peru.