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Creative Health: Support Wellbeing and Manage Stress

08/06/22 to 09/06/22
10.00am - 1.00pm
Online event
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About this Event

Hosted by South Western Regional Library Service (SWRLS)  this new short course of two half-day online workshops (bookable separately or together) is designed for frontline library staff and administrators.  Presented by Alex Coulter, Director, Arts & Health South West, and Julia Puebla Fortier, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine & Research Associate, Arts & Health South West.

Session 1: Creative Health & Self-Care: Wednesday, 8th June, 10am -1pm
Session 2: Creative Health & the Organisation: Thursday, 9th June, 10am -1pm

Participants on the course will:

  • Discuss how secondary trauma and stress may appear in their work
  • Learn about the principles and emerging evidence for the field of Creative Health, including how it is being used to support wellbeing and manage stress.
  • Experience creative wellbeing activities and explore how they might fit into personal and organisational routines
  • Assess institutional activities and policies related to the emotional care work they deliver to service users and support they might need.

How to Book

FREE to SWRLS Members; £30.00 to non-Members for one session (discount applies for 2 sessions booked together)

BOOKING ESSENTIAL

Book here Session One – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/creative-health-support-wellbeing-and-manage-stress-session-one-tickets-296781099257
Book here Session Two – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/creative-health-support-wellbeing-and-manage-stress-session-two-tickets-296832984447
Book here Sessions One & Two Together – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/creative-health-support-wellbeing-and-manage-stress-sessions-one-two-tickets-296844759667

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