Being physically fit is an important health goal most of us aspire to.

But what about “mental fitness?” How much time and energy does your family put in to having a positive can-do mindset?

Building mental fitness in families, students and workers is Dr Paula Robinson’s job.

The Managing Director of NSW-based Positive Psychology Institute shared how families can acquire the tools they need to stay mentally fit in a free parent webinar on 6 June.

Dr Robinson says building mental fitness requires commitment and regular practice.

She provided families with a range of realistic and practical activities they can do to create habits to build their “resiliency muscle” to meet the challenges of school and life and to improve family wellbeing.

If you missed the webinar you can listen to a recording of it here | LINK TO WEBINAR