One-day Virtual Conference - Unlocking Resilience: Your Psychological Vaccine.
Date: Monday 1 March, 2021
Time: 9.30am - 8.30pm UK GMT (Following the foundational morning sessions, feel free to drop in and out of the rest of the afternoon as your schedule allows)
Whether you know it or not, your psychological system is already immune.
This thought-provoking and inspirational conference will reveal how you, your children, and your families can thrive in these challenging times by exploring your innate psychological wellbeing and resilience.
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About the Conference
Uncertainty, fear and worry everywhere.
Hospitals under pressure. UK schools still closed. Vaccine hopes. Vaccine issues. Economic woes. Mental health statistics worsening. Home schooling challenges. Relationships under strain.
But what if, despite everything that comes with a global health crisis, you could:
Unlock the innate resilience in yourself and those around you.
Help your children thrive in these challenging times
Give your family the insight and skills to overcome the fear, loneliness and anxiety that seems attached to Covid-19
Look towards the future with confidence, hope and optimism
iheart’s core message is that all of the above - and much more - is not merely possible; it is unconditionally available to us all. This conference will help you and your family find out how you can unlock your innate resilience and experience your wellbeing, no matter what – even during a global pandemic.
Key Topics in a Nutshell
Why a physical health pandemic does not have to lead to a mental health one – Perspectives from a global public health leader
How does our innate psychological immune system work?
Knackered and confused - and that’s just the parents! How to create a resilient family.
Helping our children deal with loneliness, isolation and boredom.
Help, my child won’t get off that darn device - and part of me doesn’t want them to either!
Getting along while living on top of each other - 12 months on
Glued to the news, waiting for a vaccine to save us: how our immune psychological system will help our families overcome worry, fear and anxiety