A number of our teams are holding webinars on a variety of topics, to support service users, colleagues or other professionals.
Click the tabs below for more details and to watch them:
The Friday unwind (watch anytime)
This webinar aims to help you relax. It's run by Anna Dalton, long term conditions manager of our psychological therapies service.
Loss, grief and coronavirus (watch anytime)
Our psychological therapies team held this session for colleagues working for Northern Care Alliance NHS Group.
The aims are to consider the experience and complexity of grief, what our patient's families are experiencing at present ,and that it’s normal for you to share some of the experiences of grief in these difficult times.
As part of this we will consider what normal grief reactions may look like, and whether there are some people who may struggle more.
Most importantly the session considers what you, as healthcare workers, can do to maintain your own wellbeing, while supporting families at this difficult time.
Understanding and managing stress (watch anytime)
The importance of compassion in difficult times (watch anytime)
Our psychological therapies team held this webinar on the importance of compassion in difficult times.
Getting a good nights sleep (watch anytime)
This webinar is run by our psychological therapies team and looks at improving sleep.
The aims are to help you understand why sleep is important, the reasons for poor sleep, and how you can establish and maintain healthy sleep regimes.
Reflecting on the 'new normal' (watch anytime)
Our psychological therapies team held this webinar for colleagues, to reflect on the 'new normal' - and how recent events have impacted on our lives.
Developing a new psychology service
This presentation is about developing a new psychology service, what psychology can offer, the referral pathway and what the limitations are.
It was delivered by Dr Amy Povey, principal clinical psychologist, to colleagues in the older people's secondary care mental health service at The Meadows, Stockport.
It focuses mainly on the older people's community mental health team, but parts of it also relate to developing psychology within memory assessment and inpatient services.