Webinars & Virtual Events

The Staying Well at Work team have adapted the way we offer our services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are hosting a range of live stream webinars and virtual events to businesses and individuals on a range of topics surrounding health and wellbeing within the workplace.

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Telephone: 01443 827317

Email: stayingwellatwork@rctcbc.gov.uk

Schedule

Alcohol Awareness
Tuesday 17th November 10:00am

In this session we will help you gain an understanding of your alcohol use and provide guidance and tips to support the minimising of any potential harm your alcohol use may be having on your physical and mental well-being.

Led by Emma, one of our BACP counsellors with experience of drug and alcohol services, we will also look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has led to increased alcohol use, with many people using alcohol to manage stress levels or to curb boredom and how we can exchange this unhealthy coping strategy for a more healthy and effective way to manage.

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Alcohol Awareness 
Thursday 19th November 10:00am

In this session we will help you gain an understanding of your alcohol use and provide guidance and tips to support the minimising of any potential harm your alcohol use may be having on your physical and mental well-being.

Led by Emma, one of our BACP counsellors with experience of drug and alcohol services, we will also look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has led to increased alcohol use, with many people using alcohol to manage stress levels or to curb boredom and how we can exchange this unhealthy coping strategy for a more healthy and effective way to manage.

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Men's Mental Health: Let's Talk about it 
Tuesday 24th November 2020 10:00am

Join us for an interactive webinar held during Men’s Health Awareness Month in association with Let’s Talk Men’s Mental Health. We will be talking about men’s mental health; including how friends, relatives and partners can spot the signs of poor mental health, breaking the stigma and more.  

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Domestic Violence Awareness Session
Thursday 26th November 2020 10:00am

Domestic violence can affect anyone regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexuality or background with an estimated 5.7% of adults (2.4 million) experiencing domestic abuse in 2019.

If you feel at risk of abuse, if you are experiencing abuse or if you simply want to understand the signs and symptoms to look out for in the behaviour of others, join Christina, one of our qualified BACP counsellors with experience in the field of domestic violence to explore how to recognise and support people affected by this taboo subject. 

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Life Support for SME’s 
Thursday 3rd December 2020 10:00 am

COVID-19 hasn't been kind to businesses, with lockdowns forcing many businesses to close their doors temporarily. Naturally, this impacts profit and ultimately business survival. This webinar session aims to provide advice and guidance for business owners and leaders to help them navigate the current climate, providing tips on how they can support their staff and look to avoid difficult business decisions wherever possible. 

This session will be led by David, our MCIPD Chartered Level qualified Business and People Support lead, in conjunction with Alison, Staying Well at Work Project Lead with a combined 30+ years' experience in human resources, employee relations and organisational change.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Session 
Thursday 10th December 2020 10:00am

Domestic violence can affect anyone regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexuality or background with an estimated 5.7% of adults (2.4 million) experiencing domestic abuse in 2019. 

If you feel at risk of abuse, if you are experiencing abuse or if you simply want to understand the signs and symptoms to look out for in the behaviour of others, join Christina, one of our qualified BACP counsellors with experience in the field of domestic violence to explore how to recognise and support people affected by this taboo subject.

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Suicide Awareness in Partnership with PAPYRUS
Tuesday 15th December 2:30pm

Suicide is a leading cause of death within the UK with an average of 18 suicides per day so if you are concerned about your own suicidal thoughts or someone close to you that you think may be experiencing such thoughts or you have lost a loved one to suicide, then this session can support you.

The session, led by Emma one of our BACP counsellors, will assist you and those around you, to support, understand and manage issues surrounding suicide by looking at the myths and facts of suicide and how to ask the question we often find so difficult to ask… ‘Are you feeling suicidal?’

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Coping with the festive season 
Thursday 17th December 10:00am

Tis the season to be jolly’ – or is it? The COVID-19 pandemic has brought uncertainty and stress, made jobs insecure and turned our work and home lives upside down. This session will help you plan how to survive the additional stresses and strains of Christmas, make yourself stronger, more resilient to change and less anxious about the future. Our top tips will help you move forward into the rest of the year with renewed confidence and a positive outlook. The session also provides useful and practical tools, resources and ideas to minimise the impact of stress, make suggestions on implementing strategies to prevent future stressors, as well as boosting your wellbeing, resilience and engagement.

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Kick Start January 
Thursday 14th January 10:00am 

“Kick Start January - supporting our physical and mental health through physical activity” has been inspired by Red January. RED January is a community initiative that encourages people to support their mental health by doing something active every day for the month of January.

Join our team of physiotherapists, counsellors and mental health & employment coaches, with them you will learn about physical activity and the positive impact it can have on your physical and mental wellbeing. 

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Worry in a Hurry 
Thursday 21st January 10:00am 

Anxiety is what we feel when we are worried, tense or afraid about something that is about to happen or perhaps what we think might happen in the future. 

If you are experiencing high levels of anxiety, join Ceris, one of our qualified BACP counsellors, who will help you understand this feeling better and highlight external factors that may not be helping. She will also provide you with practical coping skills to take away so you can regain control and live life in a more relaxed way.

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