Coping with difficulties at work or outside of work is not easy, particularly when facing unfamiliar or highly challenging situations. Our live workshops offer a chance to share experiences, reflect, and learn in a safe environment with experienced, psychological practitioners.
People find our live workshops helpful because they can explore topics in more detail and can feel less alone in dealing with many of the issues experienced. They are also an opportunity to ask questions and find out about further support.
Our workshops are designed for individual personal development and are not for training purposes, but please remember you can access this support during your worktime.
Please note, Here for You is open to several NHS & social care services across Surrey & NE Hampshire, however not all our services are available to all organisations. Please get in touch if you are unsure which services are available to you.
- Stress & Burnout: In this workshop we cover what stress and burnout is. We also define the stress response and how it affects us. As well as covering useful coping skills that reduce your stress response and build resilience through self-care skills.
- Developing Resilience through Self-Compassion: In this workshop we cover what we mean by self-compassion and why it is essential for our health and wellbeing. We think about blocks and resistances to self-compassion and look at the impact of the inner critical voice. We also look at useful strategies to help foster the practice of self-compassion.
- Remote Working: This workshop covers the challenges that may come with remote working and how this may affect us and our teams. In addition to this, the workshop will include practical tips ways to support ourselves and colleagues through fostering a culture of connection and self-care.
- Improving Social Connection: In this workshop we explore the importance of social connection for our wellbeing and the effects of learned loneliness and loss of connection. We also look at strategies for building and improving social connection whilst looking after ourselves.
- Moral Distress: Moral distress can often affect those in front line or caring roles. Often described as a betrayal of ‘what’s right’, it can give rise to intense feelings following actions, or lack of them, which clash with a person’s ethical code. In this workshop we look at the potential causes & signs of moral distress and how we can work towards moral repair.
- Loss, Grief, & Bereavement: In this workshop we acknowledge the difficulties faced when dealing with bereavement both at work and at home and we focus on practical tools that can be used to aid looking after yourself and others experiencing loss and bereavement.
- Vicarious Trauma: This workshop explores the concept of vicarious trauma and the impact on well-being. It also considers the impact of trauma in the workplace and the coping strategies or support that can be used to navigate through this.
- Sleeping Well: This workshop covers sleep, how to develop healthy habits and make positive changes to improve your quality of sleep and wellbeing.
- Workshop for Leaders Part 1: Self-care for Leaders: Effective leadership means looking after yourself as well as your team but many leaders struggle with this. We give an overview of how to manage workplace stress as effectively as possible and introduce self-care techniques for those in a leadership role.
- Workshop for Leaders Part 2: Leading with Compassion: This workshop introduces the concepts of compassionate, inclusive and collaborative leadership & what it means to be a compassionate leader in NHS and Social Care. There are also opportunities to reflect on your own leadership style and consider what areas may be helpful for you to develop.
- Understanding Menopause: In this workshop we explore shared & individual experiences of menopause, the science & it’s impact. We look at how support can be provided in the workplace as well as useful tips, strategies, and resources to help manage menopausal symptoms and enhance wellbeing. Everyone is welcome to attend.