20/08/2020 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
About this event
When times are uncertain, it’s understandable to experience a rollercoaster of emotions.
Many people who live and work in London are feeling anxious about coronavirus and how it might impact them, their loved ones, their work and their future. It’s important to know that it is normal and okay to feel upset, anxious or confused at times.
The Coping Well During Covid webinar series has been developed to support you if you are feeling anxious about coronavirus and how it is impacting you, your loved ones or your work.
Each 60-minute webinar is NHS-led and delivered by Emily Gardner, High-Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Richmond Wellbeing Service. Webinar topics include managing wellbeing, anxiety, low mood and sleeping difficulties and offer you the chance to explore ideas and tools to support your mental health and wellbeing in a clinically-led and interactive way when joining live.
For this webinar, Emily Gardner will be joined by David Truswell, chair of the Dementia Alliance for Culture and Ethnicity. David has worked in community based mental health services in the UK for over thirty years and has been a great advocate for people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. He has a rich history and understanding of how mental health has and does impact different minority communities.
BAME Wellbeing with David Truswell
This webinar will consider the challenges Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities face and some techniques and strategies to support wellbeing now and as lockdown restrictions ease.
The webinar will take place via Teams Live and details will be shared ahead of the event for those who have registered.
Register your place here