We are learning more and more about the “Mental Resilience of people. In fact, through research, we are increasingly discovering that good mental health is not only good for you as a person, but it also has a major effect on your business performance.
All the more reason why we invited Anita Milani for an exciting workshop where she told us more about the relationship between Mental Resilience and the Fashion Industry.
Anita is a London based NLP Master Practitioner therapist and Mind Coach who focuses on creating and maintaining a healthy mindset. She has 18 years experience working within the wholesale luxury fashion business managing and selling brands such as Armani, Versace, Paul Smith jnr, Gautier, Replay and Ted Baker.
Important questions raised during the workshop included;
1. “How the Fashion Industry influences Mental Health and vice versa”.
2. “Why is it in the Fashion Industry’s best interest to have a positive effect on the Mental Health of the people it is impacting?”
3. “How does the Fashion Industry impact the Mental Health of society?”
Anita also goes into another important subject;
How the fashion industry influences everybody, even when they don’t realize it.
Because when fashion can have such a powerful impact just with an item of clothing, a colour or a shape, can you imagine what impact it can have on subjects with regards to:
– Body Image
– Body perception
During the workshop, Anita uses great examples, such as; The Devil Wears Prada. Where once again, the worldwide influence of the fashion industry is clearly visible.
If you missed the workshop and would like to see it, please send us an e-mail.
If you are would like to learn more or you are interested in expanding your vision and want to book another in-depth workshop with Anita, you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org visit www.anitamilani.comfor more information.
You can also follow Anita on Facebook and Instagram @Anita.Milani.Therapy.
TMHP Signatories receive a 20% discount at a coaching session with Anita.
(The offer is valid until the end of May 2021)