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An Introduction to Mental Health, Lockdown Stress and Anxiety

Everything you need to know about mental health, stress and anxiety in a small bite sized session, particularly tailored around the latest lockdown.

This hour-long course will help you identify how stress can impact on our emotional and physiological health and wellbeing.  It covers how to identify what’s causing our overwhelming anxiety and introduces simple CBT techniques to help us deal with and prioritise what to tackle first.  By the end of the session you will have several practical and evidenced based tools and techniques for how to complete ‘the stress cycle’, which is especially relevant in this latest lockdown and period of school closure and disruption to education.

A great course for helping you deal with your own mental health but will also make you feel more confident about supporting others too.

Course Arrangements

Date option 1: Tuesday 19th January 2021

Time option 1: 10 – 11am

Date option 2: Monday 1st February 2021

Time option 2: 2 – 3pm

Course venue: These sessions will be held online via Zoom.

Cost: FREE OF CHARGE

Audience: These sessions are suitable for all working in education, in order to provide support to colleagues and pupils struggling with stress and anxiety during a period of school closure and disruption.

Please e-mail rharrison@aggs.bfet.uk to book a place on one of these sessions

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