New Intentions that Don’t Bite
Thurs 25 Jan, 7.30pm
As we move into 2024, many of us feel the pressure to get a plan together and to know what we want.
But how can you do that when so much may be uncertain and we’re carrying cuts and bruises from the year we’re leaving behind?
Join Laura Coleman to experience a different way to renew, restore and plan for the year ahead.
No more punishing resolutions that are destined to fail or forgetting the things that matter!
A chance to celebrate and recalibrate.
Thurs 8 Feb 10.30-11.30am
Join Julia Hamilton-Box to explore the vicious cycle of anxiety and what you can do to interrupt the cycle, manage excessive worries about everyday issues and cope with uncertainty. This workshop uses techniques based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help manage anxiety.
Register here: Microsoft Virtual Events Powered by Teams
Winter Wellness – Depression Workshop slides now available
If you missed the workshop on 1 Feb, the slides are available here: https://www.hiowpeople.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Depression-workshop-V7.pdf
This workshop drew on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy strategies to discuss the symptoms of low mood, the vicious cycle of low mood and strategies (with particular focus on behaviours and thinking styles) to reverse the cycle.
The session was not recorded due to the sensitive topic.
More Energy more time
A podcast with Hazel Anderson-Turner and Jane Hannah
Would you like more ME time? If you work in a high-demand profession and feel as if you’re pulled in many directions both personally and professionally, this podcast is for you!
You may also be interested in a free 60-minute masterclass supporting you to identify small changes that will make a big difference to your energy levels. You will walk away with the knowledge you need to create habits and routine that work with your energy, rather than against it.
Sustaining habits and goals
Watch the recording on the People Portal
If you’re looking for ways to make new habits and goals stick, catch up on this session from Julia Hamilton-Box and Jenny Patrick on how connecting the physical and psychological self can make all the difference in sticking to your new year’s resolutions.