Managing Uncertainty Webinar

$25.00

COVID, increased cost of living, Ukraine & Russia, climate change….. just to name a few of the things that might feel uncertain in your life right now. It’s a normal and natural response to feel anxious about these things. But too much stress about these uncertainties can have a huge detrimental effect on us day to day.

How can we navigate these difficult times without feeling stuck in a heightened state of anxiety? How to we remain aware and informed, but not agonising over every tiny decisions? How do we enjoy moments of switching off, relaxing, and spending time with loves ones, without these stresses being constantly present in the background?

In this webinar, I’m going to share with you some really practical strategies you can use so that the overwhelm of uncertainty doesn’t creep into every element of life. So that you can actually get to sleep. So that your mind can get some rest.

I’ll also let you know about some of the ways I can provide further support or resources for you so that you can support your mental wellbeing both now and into the future.

About Dr Amy Imms

Amy is a medical doctor, burnout counsellor, author, and mother of five. She has experienced burnout herself, as well as spending most of her career supporting others struggling with burnout. Amy’s passion is helping people to implement and sustain practical strategies to support their wellbeing over the long-term so that they can enjoy work and life.

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How can we navigate these difficult times without feeling stuck in a heightened state of anxiety? How to we remain aware and informed, but not agonising over every tiny decisions? How do we enjoy moments of switching off, relaxing, and spending time with loves ones, without these stresses being constantly present in the background?

In this webinar, I’m going to share with you some really practical strategies you can use so that the overwhelm of uncertainty doesn’t creep into every element of life. So that you can actually get to sleep. So that your mind can get some rest.