We are all currently facing an extraordinary range of challenges and having to deal with lots of uncertainty and worries, no wonder so many of us are feeling overwhelmed.
This class provides information on how our minds and bodies react to uncertainty and what we can do to strengthen our resilience and introduce helpful habits to support us through these times.
What will we cover?
There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to dealing with uncertainty. But there are many tools and techniques that can support you in difficult times.
This class will provide information on:
- Why our stress response to uncertainty is a normal survival mechanism
- Different ways you can support yourself
- Ways to strengthen our resilience
- Body-based techniques to calm an overwhelmed mind and stressed body
- Techniques that can easily be integrated into everyday life
- Continuous self-care strategies to lean on when you feel overwhelmed
Armed with examples and a handout with further resources you can develop a mix of supportive tools that resonates with you and feels practical and doable.
Please note that this class cannot replace seeking support for acute anxiety or mental health crisis.
What will you need?
- Pen and paper
Who will be teaching?
Conny (she/her) is a Masters qualified art therapist and creative coach. After 20 years in marketing and management, her work is now about accessing the benefits of creativity for self-awareness, mental wellbeing and personal growth.
She helps her clients to connect with their creativity to find clarity during challenging times and ways of strengthening their resilience and emotional wellbeing.
In her private practice Sensemaking Space, Conny works with both individuals and organisations. She offers 1-on-1 sessions, workshops and arts-based training. She also works with 1-on-1 clients online using Zoom. Conny has experience in working in mental health settings and is passionate about combining art therapy with other therapeutic or coaching frameworks to create a bespoke approach that fits her clients’ needs. You can connect with Conny via her Linkedin and Instagram.
Have a question or a accessibility question? Just shoot an email to delsi (she/her) at email@example.com.