Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation’s Teammate project is set to resume at the end of November as 2021 hits the winter months.
Working, once again, with Turning Point Talking Therapies, the Foundation is set to offer two separate workshops all linked with protecting your mental wellbeing throughout the winter months and across the Christmas period.
Starting from Monday, 29th November and followed by a session exactly one week later, an experienced mental health specialist will lead two, one-hour 30 minutes workshops on both Winter Wellness and Coping with the Festive Season.
As 2021 draws to a close, days get shorter and nights get longer, contributing to a shift in mood across the country.
Our up-and-coming ‘Winter Wellness’ workshop is aimed at anyone that tends to feel worse with the change in seasons, looking at why the changes in season can have such an impact on the way we think and behave.
After sourcing the ‘whys’ and ‘whats’, we start to look at the ‘hows’, working through a tool kit of coping techniques to help you not only this year but to help you feel prepared for future changes throughout the years to come.
In the second session (Monday, 6th December), we aim to help participants understand how they cope throughout the festive season.
For many, Christmas and New Year can heighten feelings of loneliness, loss, stress and financial and relationship problems.
This workshop will look at the effect that this period can have on our mood and looks at a range of coping strategies and practice advice to help you navigate the next few months.
Attendees will be welcome at both sessions. To register your interest or find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.