In the interest of public and staff safety we’ve cancelled our monthly Open Days until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, we’re aiming to move the ‘ta(l)king action’ part of the day online, such as this one.
What can we do about the anxiety and stress generated by the relatively short-term, more immediate threat of the spread of COVID-19 and the more long-term impacts of climate change? Thanks to their truly global reach and largely invisible causes, they are both unprecedented in the history of humankind. Yet we all need to cope with both, and more, in our daily lives.
Join us for this practical session with Judith Anderson, Psychotherapist and committee member of the Climate Psychology Alliance, and Harriet Ennis, Head of Psychology at Bootham School in York. We will explore these difficult issues together, sharing our own experiences and understanding, including eco-anxiety, as well as learning some ways of staying resilient.
Please register interest in the event via Eventbrite and we will send you details on how to join in. Please note that we will be recording the session for online sharing afterwards. If you don’t want to be part of the discussion on the day but would like to ask a question, you will be able to email it beforehand.
[Image source: thanks to Gerd Altmann from Pixabay]
Online bookings are not available for this event.