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ScopeTalk: Distress awareness training from A-OK NZ

Wednesday, July 20, 2022   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Training, mental wellbeing, workshop, webinar, workplace

ScopeTalk has been designed to respond to increasing levels of distress as well as people finding themselves in a place where they are struggling to cope. People are really starting to feel the heat as we move through the uncertain throes of COVID, traffic light systems, economic changes, inflation rises and increasing workloads.

ScopeTalk is a 2-hour online workshop that supports explorative conversations around how to recognise and manage our own distress. Know when it belongs to you or when belongs to others.

  • What are your thoughts around distress?
  • Are we good at recognising your own distress signals?
  • What is your reaction to your own distress?
  • How does it impact on you?
  • How does your wellbeing communicate your distress to you? 

Date: Thursday 25th August 2022.
Time: Noon to 2pm.
Location: Online.

Find out more about ScopeTalk workshops, including how to register and cost.

ScopeTalk can also be specially run for your organisation, and you can also become a ScopeTalk trainer within your organisation or business.