The experience of the COVID-19 outbreak is a traumatic event. It can have short term to long lasting impacts on our mental health. This seminar addresses the common responses to the COVID-19 outbreak and the Big 3 mental health impacts we can expect in the workplace.
It does not assume that the experience of COVID-19 has passed. Instead, it has caused as a ripple effect globally, with different experiences across geographical landscapes. It also addresses the fact that some people who have recovered from COVID-19, can relapse and test positive again in a short space of time. It applies to persons actively under quarantine and those who are living in countries where restrictions are lifting. We will be looking at practical techniques we can apply as individuals to addressing how the trauma manifests in our lives. It encourages a practice of self awareness, using good resilience strategies, combating isolation and loneliness, reaching out for support in our social networks and accessing help as needed.
A 1-hour instructor led training session that combines lecture elements with a variety of engaging elements like Q&A, group discussion, as well as polling and chat functionality when delivered virtually