Therapy and Training develops and delivers Mental Health and Wellbeing Workshops in order to support Staff adapting to all the challenges that the pandemic bring, develop resilience and prevent burnout. The aim would be to give them a chance to take a step back, acknowledge the enormity of all that we’re going through and remind them of their strength and ability to continue to deal with the challenges that the Covid-19 Global Pandemic presents.
With all the restrictions we have been working through, it has been challenging to maintain that personal connection or to have team building days that might normally happen. These workshops provide that opportunity to reconnect the team in a positive and empowering way.
Workshops can be one-off 1 hour/90 minutes online, 4 x weekly 1 hour events or full one-day trainings online or face to face (depending on Government Guidelines). The workshop will give employees a time to take a step back from their work and home life stresses, reflect on what’s working well for themselves and people around them and to think about things that they can do better to support themselves and each other through these challenging times. A central message of positivity will be conveyed but this will also include an acknowledgement of how tough things have been with a normalising of the associated uncomfortable emotions.
What is Mental Health and How can we mind it?
Thoughts, Feelings, Behaviours and how to separate and manage them in a healthy way.
The myths around resilience, what it really is and how to develop it
What are the signs of Burnout and how can we prevent it?
Assertiveness & Communication
A Refresher for those returning to the workplace on how to give a clear message, respecting the needs of others as well as our own.
Good Stress, Difficult Stress, Warning Signs and how to manage it
Supporting ourselves and each other through these Challenging times
How to listen and support each other without leading to overwhelm
How can we use technology as part of our life rather than a distraction from it?
Respect & Dignity in the Workplace
Returning to the workplace brings a chance for a fresh start, this training provides an opportunity to influence a respectful and productive culture within the team.
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Linda Breathnach MIACP is a married mum of 4 who has been living and working in Navan and the greater Dublin area since 2006.
Accredited by the IACP, Linda is a Psychotherapist, Lecturer, Trainer and Supervisor Across Professions.
With an IACP Accredited Diploma in Counselling from Northside Counselling Services, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy from DCU, a Diploma in Advanced Supervision across Professions from ICPPD, an Advanced Diploma in Group Facilitation from Meitheal, and QQI accredited Train the Trainer Cert.
Linda has nearly 20 years’ experience of working with individuals, couples and groups in therapeutic and corporate environments. She has a real passion for empowering clients, supervisees, employees and group participants to process their inner beliefs, doubts and dreams and in turn to take further steps towards becoming their best selves both personally and professionally.
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