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Anxiety Webinar – Free event for Mental Health Awareness Week

Coping with Feelings of Anxiety Webinar

A free 45-minute event on Monday 15 May 2023

Time: 10.00am - 10.45am

Via Zoom


We're proud to support Mental Health Awareness Week 15-21 May 2023 shareable post from the Mental Health FoundationTo support this year's Mental Health Awareness week we are offering a free anxiety webinar, the Mental Health Foundation's theme for this year.  Specialist trainer Christine Clark will deliver this short session with information, tips and helpful resources.

The Mental Health Foundation tell us:

"Anxiety is something we can all experience from time to time. There are lots of reasons why we get these feelings.  If we don’t know how to cope with our feelings of anxiety, they can get out of control and stop us from doing the things we need or want to do.  The more often and the longer we feel anxious, the more it can become a problem.  Dealing with anxiety can be hard. But there are some things we can do to manage these tough feelings"

This anxiety webinar will include:

  • Information about Mental Health Awareness Week
  • Tips on what might help feelings of anxiety (backed up by research)
  • Links to further advice
  • A short Q&A session

Mental Health Awareness Week is an opportunity for us to come together, tackle stigma and provide information to help create awareness and understanding of  mental health.

Find out more about Mental Health Awareness Week here or follow the hashtags on social media #ToHelpMyAnxiety    #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek


Anxiety Webinar Facilitator - Christine Clark

Christine Clark has been delivering bespoke training programmes to organisations for over two decades. She has received national and international recognition from Mental Health First Aid England and Livingworks Canada for her work in supporting organisations to apply a first aid approach to both mental and physical wellbeing.
Christine's passion for raising mental health awareness and improving the management of workplace wellbeing is always evident in feedback comments,
"Really enjoyed the course and thought Chris was very clear and connected well with the staff."

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