SVG Europe Women Virtual Wellbeing announces Liberation: A freedom model for good stress
SVG Europe Women Virtual Wellbeing has announced its first workshop of 2021, which aims to help participants cope better with stress.
Special guest speaker, chartered and counselling psychologist Sarah Hosken, will take participants through a view of wellbeing from the focus of the liberation model. Hosken will explore the mindset plus signposting tools and techniques for managing the transition between good and bad stress, enabling us to move into 2021 on a stronger mental health footing.
Hosken has a passion for mental health, born from her work with people in need of support in her early 20s. As a psychologist she understands that maintaining our wellbeing is vital to help us build a greater resilience to the stresses and strains of daily life, particularly today.
She is an advocate of ensuring people develop different coping skills to help better manage the challenges of the new world, where layers of meaning are continually being changed and challenged.
There will be ample opportunities after the 30-minute live session for audience questions to be asked to Hosken. The session will be hosted by internal head of SVG Europe Women and SVG Europe editor Heather McLean.
McLean commented: “We’ve all been under a lot of stress over the past 12 months, and handling it is sometimes difficult. It’s really important at this time to look after ourselves mentally. SVG Europe is very focused on serving our community in this area, and we were able to launch our Wellbeing Fund as part of this in December.
“Following on from SVG Europe Women Virtual’s Wellbeing series in 2020, we are excited to be able to bring you Sarah Hosken as our guest speaker for our first event of the year; she is a woman with a long history in counselling psychology who comes from a heartfelt, genuine place. This is going to be a great event.”
This workshop will be a Zoom Webinar.
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