Taking care of your mental health during challenging times (1 Hour)

It has been two long years and few of us could have imagined how our world would change – a global pandemic, social justice and humanitarian tensions, and even a war is added to the list. After a transformative and difficult time, we are moving cautiously forward. However, there are and have been ramifications which are proving to be lasting at work, at home and with our mental health and physical health. Many of us feel worn down, even burned out by the continued stress. During this webinar, a range of key actions and best practices leaders and staff can take to practice wellness & resiliency during these challenges to best perform and thrive will be discussed.

After completing this training, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the psychological context that can empower collective understanding and personal actions to build wellness and resiliency
  2. Identify at least 3 emotional, cognitive, physical, social, spiritual and caretaking tips and strategies for staying well and resilient
  3. Find personal meaning and opportunities for growth during this unprecedented and collective experience


“The presenter was very knowledgeable and had a very calming voice and way of presenting which I found very helpful.”

“I liked that it felt personal and genuine. I appreciated the reflective questions the most. The polls were great too.”

“The presenter gave effective tips for creating boundaries between work and life.”

“Good to hear medication isn’t always the answer and studies have shown that exercise and other more natural ways are just as, and even more, effective.”

“A lot of people feel the same way as I do. It can be easy to assume you are alone when dealing with stress and anxiety.”

“Great training. It has already helped me and the class was just a few hours ago!”

Key Takeaways

“My company wants me to be healthy so I can be a better person and employee.”

“The explanations about the good relaxing effect of breathing through the mouth with a sound on the brain and the connections between stress and negative effects on the body, the production of toxic and non-toxic hormones.”

“Remember to get out every day. Calm is a superpower.”