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The Lift Project

A FREE online wellbeing program exploring ten wellbeing enhancing topics over ten weeks with an emphasis on improving your mental wellbeing.
29 Jan 2021
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Lift your mood and your life
Lift your mood and your life

The Sunshine Coast Council has partnered with Lift Lifestyle Medicine to offer The Lift Project Sunshine Coast. It is free to all current Sunshine Coast Local Government area residents.

The program is an online wellbeing program presented by wellbeing expert Dr Darren Morton. It draws together the latest research from Neuroscience, Lifestyle Medicine and Positive Psychology. The program explores ten wellbeing-enhancing topics over ten weeks. These have an emphasis on improving your mental wellbeing.

The lessons are comprehensive and explore the science around that week’s theme. Lessons are easy to understand and designed to be both fun and educational. They provide strategies to help:

  • manage stress and anxiety
  • better deal with challenges
  • improve vitality, resilience and life satisfaction. 

The lessons are suitable for everyone. They will take you on a scientifically proven journey to lift your mood and your life - both of which are needed in these unprecedented times!

Once registered and the program commences you receive an email and link to a short video lesson. These come each week for 10 weeks along with a weekly challenge to action what you have learnt. 

Register here 

Registrations close Sunday 31 January 2021.

Program starts – Monday 8 February 2021
Ends – Sunday 25 April 2021

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