Health Webinar | Managing Mental Health and Stress - FREE training

15 Jan 2022 5:30 PM 1 hour

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The Invisible Pandemic Mental Health Organisation

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About this Webinar

 

This is a FREE WEBINAR on Health

Schedule : Jan 15th 2022 Time: 5:30 pm IST

Is this a LIVE WEBINAR : yes, this will be a live webinar

Is this an ONLINE WEBINAR : yes, you can attend this webinar online by clicking on the Button "Go To Event"

About the Speakers : 

The Invisible Pandemic Mental Health Organisation

 

About the Event :

Certificates of attendance are provided at no cost- you can use these to enrich your CV.

About the organization: The Invisible Pandemic is a mental health awareness organization based in Cambridge, UK. We intend to provide help to those in need by introducing our audience to the parts of mental illness that are often avoided in conversation. Acknowledging these topics encourages the ones in need to speak up and seek help. Our platform offers mental health sufferers to come forward and tell their stories publically in hopes of educating people around sensitive topics. The stories oftentime involve conversations around domestic abuse, sexual abuse, suicide attempts, illegal substance use, etc.

Our YouTube account: The Invisible Pandemic

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm_LCrcnrFI96lvhMLPGHcQ

Instagram account: @the_invisible_pandemic

https://www.instagram.com/the_invisible_pandemic/?utm_medium=copy_linkFounder

About the instructor: 'A Cambridge-based undergraduate clinical psychology student and a qualified MHFA (mental health first aider). I intend to specialise in working with vulnerable children and young people, including children that have suffered any type of abuse and those with learning difficulties. I am particularly interested in the difference in the neurological reactions to abuse between children and adults. For this reason, I am planning to go into PhD research, which will enable me as well as the field of psychology to gain new findings on the importance of trauma through abuse and the effects of such. Furthermore, I have training qualifications and certificates in a number of different branches of psychology, mainly related to the mental health of young people and children. My most recent training has been certified by The University of Cambridge. I am totally invested and committed to the field of psychology, reflecting my 1st class achievements at university.'