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Maintain and Nourish Relationships during Covid 

 

Online Interactive Programme for Employees (1hr 15mins)

A lot of marriages, partnerships and personal relationships have been challenged by new circumstances arising during the pandemic:
  • Remote working
  • Home schooling
  • Working and living at home
  • Boredom and decreased motivation levels
  • Too much time together
  • Lack of social interactions and activities
  • Lack of opportunity for ‘own space & time’
‘Our workshop has been designed to provide support in numerous areas essential for healthy & happy relationships:
  • Self-awareness & discovery of own values
  • Scientific research on relationships, their importance and dynamics
  • Understanding & overcoming difficulties in relations
  • Effects of lockdown on relationships
  • Practical tips on how to nourish relationships in lockdown
  • Improving communication culture
  • Learning how to effectively look after ourselves (dealing mindfully with complex emotions, psychological self-soothing, boosting resilience & assertiveness)

In response to the unusual issues and challenges emerging during the pandemic, we are delighted to present our unique programme ‘Maintain & Nourish Relationships during Covid’.

Attending our workshop will greatly support everyone in building crucial and practical skills to not only survive but also thrive in relationships, at this difficult time and well beyond!

Creating and maintaining positive relationships at home, at work and beyond, is of a vital importance for our wellbeing. Caring for our relationships can bring rewarding effects, but as we know it can also be a life-long challenge.

The ability and skills necessary to manage and nurture our relationships have been on a serious trial during the recent unsettling times. ‘Maintain & Nourish Relationships during Covid’ programme will help you understand your emotions and enhance your empathetic responses.

The pandemic and extended lockdowns put us in an unprecedented situation where we need to look into and address our relationships from a completely new perspective. 

At the same time, we have to remember about taking a very good care of ourselves and others in our environment.

 

Let our ‘Maintain and Nourish Relationships during Covid’ programme supportively guide your personal relationships through the new reality.

Presenter – Órlaith McManusis a Chartered Psychologist, Trained Mindfulness Teacher and WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Planning) facilitator with over 20 years’ experience in senior roles in the public, corporate and private sectors​. Órlaith design​s​ and deliver​s​ training in the area of Mental Health, Mindfulness and Resilience, Boundary Management, Motivational Interviewing and Team Building. Órlaith also​ lectures ​for University College Cork.

“Orlaith is very knowledgeable, personable, funny, encouraging and delivers the subject information in a very effective way. She is very engaging without being in any way preachy”

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