Watch our recorded webinar below.
Some of us may have previous experience with mental health challenges prior to the Covid-19 pandemic and for others, mental health challenges might be new and unfamiliar. With the easing of restrictions, returning to work can induce feelings of stress and anxiety for the first time in our lives. Others who have been managing mental health since before the pandemic may also be impacted in new ways.
This webinar will help you understand the stress and anxiety brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, and how you can improve your experience of returning to work. It also includes tips to help you manage your family and home life.
Join us to know more about Overcoming the Anxiety of Returning to Work with our Principal Counsellor Zahira in her webinar on 13 April 2022, 7-7.45pm.
This webinar will cover the following aspects:-
- Anxiety and Covid-19
- Challenges at Workplace, Home, and Family life
- Tips to Reduce Anxiety
- Supportive conversations: Having open and understanding conversations
- Connecting with Kindness
- 5 Ways to Well- Being
Speaker’s Profile of Principal Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Zahira has a Master’s in Professional Counselling and is a member of SAC. She has extensive experience with a broad range of mental health conditions such as bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders to name a few. She has been working with individuals (adolescents and adults), families, and couples who are intending to get married or would like to improve their marital relationship.
Specialties: Using Evidence-based approaches Acceptance and Commitment Theory (ACT), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Expressive Therapy (Art & Sand), Transactional Analysis, Mindfulness-based Therapy, and the Gottman Method.