The outbreak of COVID-19 is turning the reality we knew in a totally different one.
Many of us are struggling with feelings of fear, anxiety; worries and negative thoughts but also deeper human existential topics like loneliness, fear for death, abandonment.
As a person and a psychologist I want to do my part in this fight and share my knowledge and psychotherapeutic skills to support you and provide you with some tools and resources (we have within ourselves) to cope with the actual situation.
Webinar 1 "Inner resources"
March 20th 2020
How to answer the daily unconscious dilemma: Going for FEAR-driven choices or CONFIDENCE-based ones?
In this webinar I’ll address this question and you will get to know about the neurophysiological functioning of the Nervous System, its effects on mood, stress levels and immune-system.
Also you will learn how you can influence your Nervous System while increasing your well-being.
Bonus experience: A guided imagination-based exercise.
Webinar 2 "Pandemic: Acceptation & Adaption"
March 27th 2020
In this webinar you will get to learn about how to cope with the current uncertainty and struggle through exploring and developing skills as acceptation and adaptation. What are they, what do they require in order to be ready for use?
A short lecture on the theoretical background combined with the use of practical Mindfulness-based tools, but also insight-giving questions will lead you to functional coping during though times.
Bonus experience: A guided imagination-based exercise inspired by Mindfulness.
Webinar 3 "Connectedness & resilience"
April 10th 2020
How to answer the following questions and more: When is bonding actually happening? How can we maintain Connectedness during tough times? How can I relate to myself? How can I activate my resilience when I need it?
In this webinar I’ll address these and many other questions so that you will get to learn how you actually make connectedness and resilience happen. Also you will discover new practical tools which are concretely applicable in your daily life but especially during challenging times.
Bonus experience: A guided imagination-based exercise called: “Resilience through imagery”.