As winter draws near there can be multiple negative effects on our mental and physical health. With the additional stressors of a global pandemic and Brexit looming, we’ll be discussing how you can positively influence your wellbeing and reduce the impact of seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
For many, 2020 has been exhausting! Mentally and physically we faced individual and collective challenges on a scale unimaginable just 12 months ago. How can we support our employees and colleagues to ensure work is sustainable, productive and enjoyable? Human factors specialist Dan Tipney guides us through mechanisms to make working life a more positive experience, despite the current climate.
We have teamed up with the Wellness Vets or a festive evening of Christmas garland making. Whilst we may not be able to do all of our normal traditions this year, we can all spread a little festive cheer from our front doors! Warm up some mulled wine, grab a mince pie and join us (on zoom) for a festive evening creating a Christmas garland!
*Please note, numbers are restricted so please book early to avoid disappointment, and if you register but cannot join us you can cancel your registration at any time to free up your space for others.
Virtual Festive Garland Making
Recovery from work is the restoration of physical and mental resources.. Occupational psychologist, Elinor O’Connor, shares research findings on how psychological recovery from work is particularly key for veterinary professionals, and practical tips on how we can enhance recovery and improve wellbeing.
It goes without saying 2020 has been an extremely challenging year, which has impacted almost every area of our life - even how we buy toilet roll! How do we come to terms with the effects of challenges to learn and move forwards to face 2021 with a positive mindset? Veterinary coach and mentor, Jenny Guyat guides us through how to process, reconcile and reframe to start the new year on the right footing.