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: http://tiny.cc/3c2bpz