Workshop - How to keep calm and wellbeing during a pandemic?

21 August 2020
Workshop - How to keep calm and wellbeing during a pandemic?

These are: joy, anger, surprise, anxiety, and sadness. The workshop will help participants understand:

  • how the unexpected life events (such as the pandemic) may influence our experience of a given emption in our everyday life.

The content of the workshop is based on the knowledge and experience that our staff have gathered both in Poland and the UK for over 16 years.

One workshop block will last 12 weeks and will include over 30 hours of online workshops. As this is a pilot project, initially we are planning on running the program for 3 months. Should we reach the expected objectives and participant’s satisfaction level, we are keen on running more workshops in the future, thus extending our reach to more people I need. We are aware that the educational content is of high importance not only now, but will also need looking into later on once the pandemic eases, and we go back to our new ‘normal’ reality.

 

For More information in polish 

The Workshops possible be made possible by the great help:



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