Changes in work and work arrangements due to the COVID-19 response have introduced a new set of psychological risks to workplaces – of isolation, uncertainty, loss of connection
Changes in work and work arrangements due to the COVID-19 response have introduced a new set of psychological risks to workplaces – of isolation, uncertainty, loss of connection and negative thinking and behaviours.
This training is designed to help people recognise and understand the negative emotions triggered by the pandemic. It provides strategies for resilience and positive thinking, for coping mechanisms to deal with working in isolation, and for recognising triggers to negative behaviours such as drug, alcohol and substance abuse, gambling and domestic violence.
Participants will learn practices and strategies to keep people connected and engaged to recognise and understand anxiety, depression and other mood disorders in themselves, and in others and advice on seeking and accessing professional help and support.
Date: Tuesday 21 September 2021
Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm
Delivery: 2-hour online training session (Zoom details provided after registrations close)
Facilitator: Ella Mano, Lead Facilitator at ADA Australia, brings her education background and her own personal experiences of the battles with mental health to create awareness and empower participants to reflect on their own behaviours whilst equipping them with the skillset to best support others.
This event is sold out.
If you would like to be added to a waiting list, please contact Anna Bejanoff, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 03 9639 3955.
Cancellation/refund policy: Cancellation notice of more than 5 working days prior to the event is fully refundable. Cancellation notice of less than 5 working days prior to the event, NO REFUND. Substitution of attendees is allowed.
* A surcharge of 2% applies to all credit card payments. EFT is not available.
(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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