Being human means having feelings of a wide variety, some we like, some we don’t. Pain, whether physical or emotion, is universal. While pain may feel unpleasant, it is the struggle to escape or avoid pain, that most often leads to true suffering. This premise lies at the heart of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). This webinar will explore: • Principles of ACT • ACT based skills to help you live a valued life • Discussion • Opportunity to provide feedback on the content to guide future webinars
A webinar using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) approaches to support staff. Being human means having feelings of a wide variety, some we like, some we don’t. Pain, whether physical or emotion, is universal. While pain may feel unpleasant, it is the struggle to escape or avoid pain, that most often leads to true suffering. This premise lies at the heart of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). This webinar will explore: • Principles of ACT • ACT based skills to manage the impact of stress • Discussion • Opportunity to provide feedback on the content to guide future webinars
Session 3: Trauma is not an illness, it is an injury. Triggers, flashbacks and dissociation. Strategy: Noticing
The Here For You team will be hosting an online bitesize webinar as part of the Alcohol Change UK’s, Dry January month. We will be exploring the use of alcohol as a way of managing stressors, the impact of alcohol on health and wellbeing and offering some strategies to help increase awareness of alcohol and how to reduce use if necessary. We will also include details of organizations who may be able to support with this further.
This webinar is suitable for any staff member who thinks they may be struggling with feeling exhausted, fatigued, or burned out at this challenging time, particularly during these winter months, and with the extreme work-pressures this year has seen.
This is the third webinar in the series on Menopause. In this webinar we look at strategies to help manage symptoms of menopause and we are joined by Irene Thomas, Mindfulness practitioner. Irene takes us through some Mindfulness strategies focusing on menopause.
This final webinar of four was hosted by the Here For You team and were joined by Dr Claire Macauley, oncology doctor and ‘sex science geek’ from ‘The Pleasure Possibility.com’. Claire has an interest in working with those in perimenopausal or menopausal phase of life, whether naturally occurring or as a consequence of medical treatment. Claire delivers training to healthcare professionals on matters of sexuality and loves nothing more than speaking in public about all things sex. We were also joined by Michelle Gascoine, from Henpicked who talked about her own lived experience of menopause.
This is the second of Here for You’s menopause webinars. This webinar focusses on the importance of diet and nutrition in menopause and we are joined by a dietitian to present on this topic. We are also joined by an exercise expert as we focus on exercise in the second part of the webinar.
Winter is a difficult time of year for many and low mood can make it even harder to work and function, it may be particularly difficult this year with additional pressure being felt on all services and with lots of staff also being affected by COVID19. This webinar is suitable for any staff member who thinks they may be struggling with low mood this winter.
The winter period is a difficult time of year for Managers and with the additional pressures of Covid 19, it has made it even harder to run safe services, manage sickness and shortages and support staff who are feeling stressed and burnt out. The Here For You team hosted a short 20 minute webinar to discussing strategies to support Managers through winter pressures, staff shortages and the constant and changing challenges of the Covid pandemic. We discussed some of the difficulties with managing staff at this time and considered strategies to support you to support your staff and to look after yourselves.
What is trauma? A psychoeducational introduction to the concept. Strategy: Window of tolerance