Can you remember what life was like before COVID-19, you know, when we took ‘normal’ life for granted?
So much has happened since then and sometimes ‘normal’ feels like a distant memory.
Disruption, stress, lockdown fatigue, juggling competing demands, and uncertainty about the future.
These have all become common experiences. But what about resilience and bouncing forward as we move into a ‘new normal’ and, are there opportunities for personal growth?
This webinar focuses on exploring and understanding human resilience during adversity. Where does it come from, are you born with it, can you learn to become more resilient, and what role might it play in bouncing forward and adapting to our changed way of life.
The session is facilitated by David Younger – Clinical Psychologist, and an expert in the area of natural disasters and emergencies.
David has worked with many communities and individuals throughout Victoria and Australia both prior to and after natural disasters and emergencies. He has also work closely with many organisations, with the aim of assisting staff to become more resilient.
David brings a commitment and a sensitivity to the experiences and needs of those that join the sessions.