A new webinar series, Keeping Well for Health and Care Workers, has been developed to support the wellbeing of health and social care workers who are faced with the challenges of delivering essential health and care services during COVID-19, whether at the front line or in supporting services.
At this time, it is more vital than ever that you look after yourself, allow yourself to recognise the emotional challenges of your work and ask for support when you need it.
Each 60-minute webinar is NHS-led and delivered by Emily Gardner, High Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Richmond Wellbeing Service. The webinars 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.
The webinars are tailored health and social care workers from the perspective of your day to day work, however, the strategies and tools you’ll learn are similar to the techniques outlined in the Coping Well During Covid webinars for the general public.
About London’s NHS-led wellbeing webinars
Both the Coping Well During Covid and Keeping Well for Health and Care Workers webinar series are developed and delivered by Healthy London Partnership’s digital Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme team. Webinars will be recorded and available to view back on Thrive LDN’s website to support the mental health and resilience of Londoners during and after the pandemic.