Ask for Suppot
A free webinar presented by Margaret Tebbutt of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Boundaries in Balance
A free webinar presented by Lucette Wesley of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Cooking for Well-Being
Magaret Tebbutt of the Canadian Mental Health Association presents this concise webinar on the mental health benefits of cooking.
Ask Me Anything: Expert Q&A on COVID-19 Vaccination for Continuing Care Workers - Jan 21, 2021
Your questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine are answered by expert Dr. Manish Sadarangani. Dr. Sadarangani is an infectious disease specialist; an Assistant Professor at UBC’s Faculty of Medicine; and head of the Vaccine Evaluation Centre at BC Children’s Hospital, where he leads research to build an evidence base for local, national, and international vaccine policy.
COVID 19 in Schools – Q&A with Jordan Tinney, Superintendent, Surrey School
Originally aired on November 26, 2020.
The rise in COVID-19 exposures in schools has increased stress and anxiety, and raised concerns and questions for many families, especially for frontline healthcare workers. Please join the Provincial Mobile Response Team and Jordan Tinney, Superintendent/CEO in the Surrey School District, in an open discussion to address the psychosocial impact of these concerns, have the opportunity to ask questions and access resources.
Resilient Minds – On the Frontline
A pre-recorded webinar that helps us understand what goes on in our body when we are under stress, and gives us immediate tools to help keep us balanced.
If you have questions or are feeling overwhelmed and want to explore resources available after the webinar, we suggest the following:
- Talk to your co-workers, supervisor or manager, you may discover you’re not alone in how you are feeling
- Contact your supervisor or manager to access your Employee Family Assistance Program
- Visit www.bounceback.ca
- Contact your Doctor – in addition to checking in regarding what is going on for you, your doctor may want to check for other medical issues
Supporting the Psychosocial Well-being of Healthcare Providers During the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
In this webinar, hosted by the Canadian College of Health Leaders, Christine Korol Ph.D., R.Psych. leads viewers through how employers can support health care employees with their well-being during this challenging time. Topics include reviewing existing pre-pandemic climate, building trust, moral distress and vicarious trauma. To access the webinar, please select the link and scroll down to find Dr. Korol’s webinar.
Enhancing Psychological Health, Wellness and Resilience in the Era of COVID-19
In this webinar, Dr. Joti Samra, registered psychologist, discusses skills and strategies to help individuals improve their psychological health, resiliency and wellness, whether in the context of at home or in the workplace.
Supporting the Mental Health of Staff During COVID-19: Strategies being used in Long-Term Care
Learn how long-term care organizations are supporting their staff’s mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supporting the Mental Health of Staff During COVID-19: Strategies being used in Home Care
Learn how home care organizations are supporting their staff’s mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Fears & Anxieties: For Continuing Care & Frontline Workers
Dr. Joti Samra of MyWorkplaceHealth discusses strategies to deal with fears and anxieties in continuing care.
Pain BC: Coping With Pain and Anxiety During COVID-19
The current COVID-19 health crisis can serve as an additional source of anxiety for people who live with chronic pain. When anxiety is left unmanaged, it can interfere with an individual’s health, well-being and ability to function in daily life.
In this webinar recording, psychologist Dr. Angie Ji discusses the relationship between anxiety and pain and shares several coping strategies people in pain can utilize to manage anxiety, and in turn pain, during this time of uncertainty. This webinar is open to both people with lived experience of pain and health care providers interested in learning more about coping strategies to share with clients.
Pain BC aims to enhance the well-being of all people living with pain through empowerment, care, education and innovation