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Resilience Through COVID

Speciality Classification
Nurses and Midwives
Location
Online
Delivery
Online
Duration
90 minutes
Provider
Whitaker Training

This short course is excellent for those who want to learn more about how they are affected by stress & anxiety, and how to stay resilient throughout COVID-19 and beyond. It is also extremely beneficial for anyone who has to look after others during these times.

​In this online Interactive Workshop we look at the following:

​- COVID-19 Facts & Figures.

How do they relate to us and how much should we really be focussing at them?

​- What is mental health?

How has it changed during COVID?

What have we learnt about our mental health during this time?

​- Anxiety & Stress

These are both very personal things and look different to every one of us.

We delve into how they affect us and what we do to keep on top of them.

​- Our helpful and unhelpful coping mechanisms

What do we do that helps us, and what doesn't hep us? 

How can we be mindful in whatever we're doing and cope in a healthy way?

​- Moving forward & self-care.

We also look at how to help others such as family and friends during this time. 

​- Further help if needed.

Where can we go for further help, including many

signposting options for those who may need them.

​Group Discounts are available.

Delivery
Title
Resilience Through COVID
Speciality Classification
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Infectious disease, Mental Health, Mental health & wellbeing for Health Workers
Location
Provider Type
Education Provider
Duration
90 minutes
Price
30.00
Price Details
£30 per person
Location
Online
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Price:
$30.00
£30 per person
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