Webinar: New Perspectives on Mental Health

Date & Time:
20 May 2020 @ 6:00pm - 7:00pm

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This webinar will get you thinking differently about what mental health means so that with a fresh and new perspective you feel energised with life. We will be talking about what it means to really ‘live a good life’ and how we can overcome problems and challenges by simply changing how we relate to them.

We will also be discussing principles of performance psychology such as ‘self-talk’ as well as some key cognitive behavioural therapy techniques that you can use to re-wire your brain for success. The importance of emotional intelligence will also be explored as well as cultivating an ecosystem of positive emotions as a golden strategy.

The central themes of the webinar are interlinked with what can be done to look after yourself during the Covid-19 period and so, are more relevant now than ever.

We will also be answering any questions that you have regarding these topics.


Dr Edward Lynch

Catalysing the manner in which society engages with the emerging “Lifestyle Medicine” field is Edward’s 5-year goal. Having experienced, first-hand inside hospitals, the deficits that exist within the current healthcare model, Ed has a wealth of industry-leading knowledge to help place the new epicentre of health; prevention.

Preventative, lifestyle medicine.

Outside of his clinical duties as a Doctor, Edward is the CEO of LYFE where he strives to actualise this national vision. Combining an intense proclivity for hard work with scientific creativity separates Ed from the rest of the sector.

Tobias Fox

As the co-founder of LYFE and soon-to-be doctor working at Whiston Hospital, Tobias is passionate about helping people to better understand their own psychology so that they can become the best versions of themselves. Tobias aspires to be a thought leader in regard to understanding how lifestyle factors influence our mental health.

Having studied an MBA between his 4th and 5th year at medical school, he and his team, were proud to be announced the winners of the University of Liverpool Business Competition 2019 for LYFE’s outstanding vision.

Natalia Shafiqa

Through training to become a doctor, working with the general public as an EMT and responding to the covid-19 pandemic, Natalia is dedicated to improving health, wellbeing and livelihoods. She has furthered her education through studying a MSc International Public Health at the world-renowned LSTM institution to ensure that she is equipped to tackle any situation with innovative ideas and strategies. With her extensive background in blogging, Natalia is excited to combine her passions to develop LYFE’s content as Editor in Chief to help people in their desire for personal progression and development.

Alice Lyons

Alice Lyons is a Manchester-based mental health podcaster, bestselling author, speaker and start-up founder. She is Director of Dark Coffee; a wellbeing company that champions unfiltered conversations around mental health. Alice started the company after struggling with depression and thoughts of suicide throughout her twenties, and her aim is to create platforms for people to build proactive and receptive mental health cultures in workplaces, schools and the wider community.