A two-hour exploration of the neuroscience of burnout with a practical experience of the iRest® protocol. Can be modified for a new entrant induction program or for C-Suite executive briefing. (12 to 48 participants)
A 90-minute self paced, pre-training course required by all new entrants and leadership. Also available for those still deciding whether to embark on our programs. Provides the theoretical framework of the iRest® protocol, foundational neuroscience and an outline of expectations and benefits. (unlimited participants)
A transformative program designed to support the psychological well-being of cybersecurity teams both during and after major cyber breaches.
Designed to provide a foundational level of ongoing mental health support for your team. Includes professionally administered psychometrics, full instruction over three training blocks, plus weekly check-in sessions, mentored guidance and access to the full training archive. Designed to support and give practical effect to psychosocial workplace safety goals.
Personalised one-on-one mentored support for cyber leaders. A 12 month program providing tailored guidance and integrating the iRest® Dyad approach to support clarity of decision making, manage stress, improve sleep and enhance capacity to switch off at will. The objective is to extend the tenure and effectiveness of our critically important cyber leadership.
For organizations committed to long term mental health support and the prevention of skills loss of critical teams, a comprehensive and graduated program using the full suite of training and support tools, combined with professionally administered metrics to demonstrate RoI and team resilience.
Professionally administered assessment of risk factors and a pathway to accreditation as a Cybermindz Certifed ΨSafe™ workplace. Our certification designates you as an employer of choice in a hyper-competitive skills market, where burnout is endemic and a leading contributor of underperformance and resignation.
Cybermindz is delivering to cyber teams a customized application of the iRest® (Integrative Restoration) protocol developed by Dr Richard Miller.
Our program and delivery is therefore peer informed relying on an authentic understanding of the language and culture of cybersecurity born of our deep background as former cyber and mental health leaders.
This leads to a high level of buy-in from teams we train as they quickly see our facilitators have an empathy and insight into the unique combination of factors that may be driving their burnout.
Our accredited facilitators can deliver in-person or remotely.
iRest® is a simple 10-step protocol that is easy to learn and can be practiced anytime, anywhere. Its positive effects are supported by scientific trials and military based research.
Cybermindz is pioneering research to quantify the extent of burnout drivers in our industry. We are able to measure and report on the effectiveness of our programs.
iRest® can be practiced in short sessions of 10 or 20 minutes, to induce deep relaxation and leave you feeling refreshed and alert. It can also be used before bed, to ease your body and mind into restful sleep, even if you work shifts or are sleep deprived.
iRest® has an extensive history of successful application with active duty service personnel, veterans or military family members experiencing chronic pain, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress, and other conditions.
As an evidence-informed attention training protocol, iRest® has been proven and is still offered in diverse military and veteran settings, such as:
• Veteran’s Health Administration’s Whole Health Program,
• Community-based vetearns centers
• Deployment and reintegration ‘Yellow Ribbon’ programs
• Military medical treatment facilities
• Private settings offering programs for military and veterans
• Australian, Canadian and British Armed Forces.
iRest® has been endorsed by the U.S. Army Surgeon General and recognized by the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury as a form of complementary therapy.