e-Workshop: Managing Stress during Covid-19

Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 9:30 AM PT, 12:30 PM ET

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This is an interactive workshop with our presenter CEO of Work-to-Wellness Diana Vissers leading the discussion. This is a free workshop available to the public. Please note no recorded webinar will be offered for this workshop due to its interactive nature.

Focused on reflection, this session introduces ways to cope through this period of crisis. Diana guides the participants to self-identify individual triggers and the evoked responses. This will be an engaging and dynamic workshop to identify current priorities, and an opportunity to learn and practice methods to make impactful changes to manage daily living in the current climate.

Diana will go through a self-assessment tool addressing the shift in priorities of health, economics and psychosocial well-being. This tool will bring attention to the often-negated influence and interaction of thoughts, feelings and behaviours in a step-by-step approach. The benefits of this workshop will be applicable to a wide audience as mental health affects all. 

Stay well! 

Hosted by

Diana Vissers

Diana Vissers, MA (Disability Management), MCVP (F), RRP

Founder of Work to Wellness Rehabilitation and CMHA Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor
Through Work to Wellness, Diana Vissers has been solving workplace mental health problems for individuals and organizations since 1999. At the heart of Work to Wellness, is passion for helping people and their workplaces thrive. This includes assessing and solving individual needs and helping employers understand their role and responsibilities around mental health. She is an Instructor and developer of a Workplace Wellness course at Simon Fraser University, and leads multiple workplace mental health training programs across the province and for BC Municipal Safety Association. She is a CMHA Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor. She is also proud of leading a thriving and happy remote team for over 20 years.

Partially Funded by:

British Columbia
This program is pre-approved by the Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada (VRA Canada) for one hour training session.
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