This course is designed to give you a better understanding of how you function in order to build a sense of inner security and stability. You’ll learn how to manage your mental health in ways that will ease your symptoms and help you gain the tools you need to feel better now.
For anyone who may have symptoms related to mental illness, or are curious to learn more about mental health. For those in positions of leadership that want more insight into understanding how mental health impacts humans both pre/post pandemic and subsequently performance, morale and culture within your organization - this is a good fit for you.
When thinking about trauma it might be difficult for you to relate to something personal, but thinking of the pandemic as a collective drama will enable you to relate to some of the content in this course. According to the Oxford dictionary trauma is a deeply distressing or disturbing experience with emotional shock following a stressful event or a physical injury. This definition does not offer us any specific examples of what qualifies as Trauma, so we’ll turn to the DSM five or the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders for additional explanation.
Join me in this course as we explore a multi-disciplinary approach to wellness, to grow our understanding, and strengthen our resilience.