COVID-19: The Second Wave and Your Mental Health
Date and Time
Homewood Health is offering this free webinar.
With the arrival of fall, government and health officials at federal, provincial and regional levels have started, and in many cases, enacted, planning to minimize the complications and difficulties we face with the onset of a second wave of COVID-19.
Organizations have endured challenges throughout the past several months and will continue to be affected as the number of new cases continues to rise. Moving forward, employers may face additional obstacles as employees may require continuing or new forms of support as the pandemic continues. Some individuals may experience continued or amplified difficulty with mental health, anxiety, depression and fear. These added levels of stress and uncertainty can begin to take a toll on one’s mental health and, in some cases, lead to burnout.
In support of your employees, on Tuesday October 27th and Thursday October 29th, Homewood Health will be hosting a webinar focused on the unique challenges we collectively face with the onset of a second wave of COVID-19. In this one hour webinar, employees will increase their understanding of the effects of prolonged periods of stress, recognize signs and symptoms of chronic stress and burnout (including personal and workplace risk factors) and acquire self-care and resiliency strategies to mitigate the negative impacts of chronic stress both personally and professionally.
Dates and times:
ENGLISH: Tuesday October 27th @ 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. EST facilitated by Sandy Kriegish *session full
*ENGLISH: Wednesday October 28th @ 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. EST facilitated by Sandy Kriegish
ENGLISH: Tuesday October 27th @ 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. PST facilitated by Sandy Kriegish *session full
*ENGLISH: Wednesday October 28th @ 7:00-8:00 p.m. PST facilitated by Sandy Kriegish
FRENCH: Thursday October 29th @ 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. EST facilitated by Jocelyn Labbé
Please join us for this special event.
Space is limited, register now!
Sandy Kriegish, Clinical Manager and Account Executive
Sandy Kriegish joined Homewood Health in August of 2008 as a Clinical Manager and Account Executive. She has a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology, a Bachelor’s degree in Communication, and over 30 years of experience in the field.
She is an experienced trainer and does consultations with managers and senior leaders regarding conflict, communication, managing change and stress, team building, harassment, workplace violence, coaching skills for managers, performance and behavioral issues, and many other topics.
As a former private practice therapist, Sandy has worked with individuals, couples, and children. With training in play therapy as well as systems theory, Sandy has the ability to help families and companies recognize the interrelationships that contribute to, or work against, our success.