This webinar took place on Monday 24 May 2021.
You can view the recording via this link.
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Tools, tips & techniques to build resilience. Explore the impact of the pandemic on our stress levels & learn ways to remain hopeful.
The concept of resilience is not new. However, in these uncertain times we have collectively experienced, a great deal of loss.
The loss of employment, loved ones, freedom, and control, causing high levels of anxiety, depression, and fear of the unknown; testing even those of us who considered ourselves resilient in the past.
This workshop will explain how we can support ourselves and others and maintain a sense of wellbeing; learn how we can harness positivity; manage our emotions and remain hopeful, and creative during these challenging times.
It will provide suggestions, tools, and tips to add to your resilience toolkit and an opportunity for Q&A.
At the end of this webinar you will:
- Gain an understanding of resilience theory
- Have a better understanding of tools that you already have that support your personal resilience.
- Learn takeaway tools and tips to build resilience and cope with uncertainty
- Develop an understanding of the importance of reflective practice and peer support.
- Off-stage professionals
Facilitators: Lillie Stoute, Kush Creative Centre
Lillie is a Dramatherapist, Employment specialist, and trainer in the mental health field. She is a Director at Kush Creative Centre company which is a community interest company that delivers education, health, and wellbeing services using the creative arts. She provides individuals with the resources and support to manage and cope with stressful or traumatic life events. Lillie has facilitated this work in the form of workshops, training, groups, and 1-1. She has a strong professional interest in trauma and is a trauma-informed practitioner. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with various organisations such as the Criminal Justice System, Social Services, National Health Service, and the charity sector.