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Help and advice webinars

Can't make a workplace session?

Try our webinar programme.

We are pleased to announce the start of our Autumn/Winter 2022 Help and Advice Webinar Schedule. Webinars are FREE for current, former and retired civil servants and their dependants.

Led by our service expert and specialist partners, each informative session gives tools, ideas and routes to gain further help and advice with live questions at the end. Webinars and Telekits are accessible from desktop computers, mobiles and tablet devices. Unable to access them online? Call in.

If you miss a session, listen on demand.

Clicking to register or listen on demand, you will be taken away from our website to 'GoToWebinar' and are subject to their terms and conditions.

Upcoming webinars

Registration links for our upcoming webinars will be available soon.

Date

Title

Host

About and links

Wednesday 7 September

11am to 12noon

Autism and ADHD - Sensory Processing
Dr Annie Clements Dr Annie Clements joins us in conversation as we talk about the issues around Sensory Processing, what it is and how to adapt and respond to all hypersensitivity issues.

Wednesday 21 September

11am to 12noon

Brain in Hand
Brain in Hand

Brain in Hand is a digital support system that can help anyone whose day can be knocked off track by anxiety, unexpected events, or the need to make decisions under pressure. It aims to help you work out the goals you want to achieve in life, and then get you going with practical strategies that play to your strengths. Join us in conversation for this webinar, where we’ll discuss the ways it can work for you.

Wednesday 28 September

11:30am to 12:30pm

Relationship Counselling
Relate Relationship counselling can offer a fresh perspective when pressures of current circumstances get too much for you and those closest to you. Join Carol Florin-White and Dee Holmes in conversation as we talk about the services available from Relate, such as relationship counselling for individuals, couples, young people and families, as well as mediation and sex therapy.

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