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Becoming Fearless, Through Brain Training. Belinda Neil empowering people to be fearless.





How do you go from being in undercover operations, major crime and homicide investigation, police hostage negotiation to being afraid to leaving your house to becoming fearless through brain training.


Belinda Neil joins me in episode #109 of the Thriving Minds podcast, link here.



This is the untold story for many people on the front-lines who are serving the community, protecting and keeping us safe.


Firefighters, police officers, survivors of domestic violence and psychiatrists are just some of the groups of people prone to the condition, and a lot of it goes unnoticed and untreated.


This a story of how to survive and overcome terror and fear but how to thrive through brain training exercises using psychiatry, psychotherapy and cerebellar exercises that tap into neuroplasticity to not only overcome fear but to learn how to thrive beyond to become fearless.


Belinda Neil wants to help others not go through the same fate she endured. To be shown a light through the darkness and despair. In her best-selling memoir ‘Under Siege’ she outlines policing experiences and the ‘lived experience’ with PTSD.




Belinda Neil is an international keynote speaker, author, and former New South Wales Police Inspector.


Belinda is a passionate advocate of the importance of prevention and early intervention , as well as the provision of effective management tools to identify and address mental health issues. She also has a keen interest and extensive experience in the empowerment of people in the areas of Confliction Resolution, Negotiation and Crisis Management skills.


Belinda is a Board member of the not for profit organisation - FearLess PTSD Australian New Zealand and an Ambassador for Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation.


FearLess is now trying to get the national conversation moving around the issue, and acknowledge the whole problem to support trauma survivors and the people that care about them.

Belinda is a Board member of the not for profit organisation - FearLess PTSD Australian New Zealand and an Ambassador for Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation. FearLess is now trying to get the national conversation moving around the issue, and acknowledge the whole problem to support trauma survivors and the people that care about them.

https://fearless.org.au/team/belinda-neil/

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