As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, join us for our webcast to discuss ways to deal with anxiety.
Most of us can remember a time when we felt apprehensive, nervous, even a little frightened. Whether it’s speaking at a meeting or attending an interview, it is common to have that feeling of unease, sweaty palms, heart racing and a dry mouth. These are normal reactions in stressful situations that trigger feelings of anxiety.
But imagine having such strong, overwhelming fears that you stop being you, stop thriving, and this affects your everyday life.
Join mental health specialists Pauline Batey and Sarah Skinner as they explore the difference between anxiety and an anxiety disorder and what can be done to help individuals and workplaces to provide the right support.
Click here to register and watch the session.