Mental Wellness Webinars

continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation. The mental wellness of our community is our top priority during these challenging times. The keep.meSAFE by team is working hard to fulfill our promise to support each individual’s mental health by offering live webinars for students and staff, which are overwhelmingly well attended. The keep.meSAFE by team will continue to waive the associated fees for this service until it is safe to resume face-face seminars and workshops. We want to make sure that everyone has access to relevant support and advice during these unprecedented times.

General

From Burnout to Balance: Self-care workshop for mental well-being
The impact of COVID-19 on all our lives is unprecedented and we have all been asked to leave what has been familiar by embracing the unfamiliar and its associated uncertainty. In efforts to address the spread of the virus we have all be asked to self-isolate which poses its own risks. In our current situation, with increasingly demanding work-home environments and without balance between self and other, stress can deplete your energy, optimism, efficiency, health, and joy – leading to burnout! With the right tools and some practical and effective self care skills, you have the power to greatly decrease the negative effects of stress and increase personal health, happiness, and well-being. This workshop will investigate the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies necessary for us to thrive in our “new” rhythm and feel healthy, fulfilled, and engaged.

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Students

Teens in the know. Why taking care of your mind matters?
As teens you are dealing with real problems and the complicated emotions that come with them. Peer pressure, bullying, stress, low self-esteem, school, family issues and other influences trouble young teens every day. During this unique time, you have been forced to adjust to new routines and unwelcomed change. This webinar will explore the various things that can help vs. hurt your mental health. Being mentally healthy means feeling happy or calm most of the time, being able to focus most of the time, and feeling good about yourself and your choices. You are not alone!

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Mind what matters. How are you feeling about all this change?
Kids are dealing with real problems and the complicated emotions that come with them. Being mentally healthy does not mean feeling happy all the time. You are human which means it is normal for you to have all sorts of feelings, sometimes even all sorts of feelings in the same day. We are going to talk about the things that can help or hurt our mental health and learn ways to take good care of our own mental wellness.

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Parents

Helping your children keep calm and carry on during unusual and unsettling times
During this unique time, we have all been forced to adjust to new routines and accept unwelcomed change. Children need information and explanations to help them understand what is happening. They often imagine things that are worse than reality. Parents and other family members can help dispel fears and anxieties. What you say and do regarding this unique circumstance can influence your child more than anything you tell them to do. This webinar will explore ways of supporting your children’s mental health and help them feel more confident and assured of their safety and stability during this stressful time.

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Minding your teenager’s mental health
This unique time has created unusual and unwelcomed change for all of us. We are faced with cancelled events, unmet expectations, and uncertainty, which can create worries, fears, and many questions; and yet we can move confidently forward especially when we know we are not alone. Teenagers respond more positively to an open dialogue which includes give and take. They are not as open or responsive when a conversation feels one-sided and like a lecture. This webinar will explore ways of supporting your teenager’s mental health and help them feel more confident and assured of their safety and stability during this stressful time.

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https://www.gotostage.com/channel/guardmementalwellnesswebinars
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