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Supporting the Mental Health & Well-Being of Families

When:

Tue 14 Jul 2020, 9:00am–12:00pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Webinar registration per attendee ($69.00 + GST ea): $79.35
  • Webinar registration 5x attendees ($59.00 + GST ea): $339.25
  • Webinar registration 10x attendees ($49.00 + GST ea): $563.50
  • Webinar registration 20x attendees ($39.00 + GST ea): $897.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Professional Training designed to help participants support clients or staff who may be facing a difficult life situation, significant change, or any form of loss and grief.

Over the past 6 months, the COVID-19 global pandemic has had an as yet incalculable impact on many aspects of our existence. Globally we attempt to count the horrifying number of people who succumb daily to this virus. Also acknowledging the increasing financial and economic impacts and calculate what has been described as ‘the predicted knock-on effects of the projected global recession’ (The Lancet). But those of us who support families know that all of these challenges have the potential to impact on any individuals’ mental health and well-being.

This 3-hour digitally interactive training session provides insight into the increasing psychological evidence and guidance emerging from New Zealand and around the world about what we need to be aware of and how we might respond - not only with the families we interact with but crucially in looking after our own mental health and well-being.

- Setting the scene: Mental health and wellbeing in the time of a pandemic
- Children, young people, and their families: What factors should we be considering?
- Emerging evidence, research, and guidance: Informing our professional and personal lives
- Considering the future: How might mental health and wellbeing needs evolve?
- Post-traumatic growth: Potential alternative outcomes to consider
- Thinking about ourselves: Self-care first

*This webinar will be recorded and available 'on demand' for ease of access for a limited time after live recording*

We have group discounts for registrations of 5 or more so please contact The Grief Centre to discuss events@griefcentre.org.nz.