Coping Well During Covid
The NHS-led series of Coping Well During Covid webinars will be delivered again in August, they will also cover new sessions with specific topics on mindfulness, working from home and staying well, and wellbeing amongst BAME communities, which is being co-delivered with David Truswell.
The 60-minute webinars are developed for anyone feeling anxious about coronavirus and how it is impacting you, your loved ones or your work. You’ll come away with quick and practical tools to support your mental health and wellbeing, all of which are delivered in a clinically led and interactive way, when joining live.
All webinars are delivered by Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Emily Gardner, and other topics include managing wellbeing, anxiety, low mood and sleeping difficulties.
The full schedule of Coping Well During Covid webinars includes:
· Anxiety – Tuesday, 11 August, 4pm
· Working from Home and Staying Well – Thursday, 13 August, 4pm
· Low Mood – Tuesday, 18 August 2020, 4pm
· BAME Wellbeing with David Truswell – Thursday, 20 August 2020, 4pm
The NHS are also continuing with the series of free NHS-led webinars that has been developed to support the emotional health and wellbeing of health and care workers. – Keeping Well for Health and Care Workers. It’s more vital than ever to look after your own wellbeing, allow yourself to recognise the emotional challenges of your work and ask for support when you need it.
These webinars will take place on Wednesdays at 12pm during August and will look at understanding emotional health and sustaining staff wellbeing. The webinars will provide strategies and techniques to break some common cycles and help improve mood.
The current Keeping Well for Health and Care Workers webinars scheduled for August are: