Self-Care & Wellness for Essential Workers

While the majority of people are advised to stay at home, essential workers are still working to support the community. Essential workers are on the front line, in a range of roles and do an incredible job. However, they are also susceptible to the same challenges of maintaining good mental health and wellbeing, especially during a time when there is extra stress and anxiety. 

This 1.5 hour webinar will explore essential worker’s experiences and how being on the front line may affect mental health well-being, the signs and symptoms of deteriorating mental health and wellbeing, and self-care strategies and supports.

Student learning outcomes:
1. Understand how essential worker mental health and wellbeing may be impacted
2. Explore signs and symptoms of deteriorating mental health and wellbeing
3. Explore self-care strategies to support essential workers during this period

When: Thursday 14th May
Time: 3:30pm to 5:00pm

When: Tuesday 26th May
Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Registrations Essential: