With the country in the grip of the Coronavirus crisis, more people than ever have been feeling anxious, apprehensive and concerned about their health, their loved ones, their jobs and their future. But with the prospect of ongoing economic challenges on the horizon, the uncertainties are set to continue even as the country opens up again.
Even though they can feel gruelling, most emotionally rough patches we encounter don’t necessarily result in mental health problems. Often, even a small intervention can help you and your team feel like they are better able to cope.
So I created a number of resources for individuals to watch in their own time and for teams to experience together, so they can get help and support with their Emotional Health.
SELF-ISOLATED OR WORKING FROM HOME?
I surveyed a number of my top clients, including Nike, Dow, BMI Group and Warwickshire County Council to find out exactly what topics they thought their employees most needed some emotional support with.
Using this data in conjunction with my own clinical experience and some of the best techniques, strategies and concepts I’ve used over the years in my live training courses, I have produced the online training course:
HOW TO COPE DURING
THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS.
You can find out more about the course by watching the video or downloading the pdf brochure on the right.
Hit the link below to skip straight to the online course and get access for yourself or your employees directly.
Single, multi-user and high volume user licences are available with specially discounted prices for the NHS, essential keyworkers and schools.
Please contact me with the number of user licences you require for an accurate cost: email@example.com
At the start of the pandemic, I put together seven easy ways to re-imagine the negatives of lockdown and working from home (and turn them into positives) to help those who were struggling to adapt to the sudden changes.
You can find the guide by clicking the button below.
KEEN TO HELP
YOUR PEOPLE COPE?
Let's speak about how together we can help them stay well through these uncertain times.