18 May 2022

Online event

08:30

18 May 2022

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Staff Support Hub

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Staff Support Hub

Coping with Anxiety - Mental Health Awareness Week 2022

About this event

This event has now expired

Join us for an interesting and informative webinar on how we can better cope with our anxiety.

About this event:

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough ICS Staff Support Hub is pleased to present "Coping with Anxiety, part of our series of wellbeing webinars.

This 30 minute webinar on coping with anxiety is aimed at anyone who would like to learn more about what anxiety conditions there are, and signs to look out for in yourself and others.

We will look at some of the ways that we can help ourselves manage anxiety symptoms and think about what other support options might be helpful. This webinar aims to be informative and a positive space to think about what anxiety can look like and how to take care of yourself when experiencing anxiety.

Signposting to other resources and discussion of what other forms of support and events the hub provide will also be available.

The event will be run by members of the ICS Staff Support service.

This session is open to all those working in health, social care, the voluntary sector or not-for-profit sector in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

For more information about the Staff Support Hub and the support we offer, take a look at our website: www.staffsupporthub.org.

18 May 2022

Sign up today

18 May 2022

Online event

08:30

18 May 2022

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Staff Support Hub

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Staff Support Hub

This event has now expired.

Admission into this online event is free.

Mind Manchester

Social Worker - Central West CMHT

Job of the Week

Sign up for an informal interview for this role today

£34,373

Featured jobs

Surrey County Council

Social Worker - Mental Health

Mind Manchester

Social Worker - South Mersey CMHT

Featured event

What's new today:

Supporting social work students with additional needs during their placement