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Lunch and Learn: How to cope with anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis

Lunch and Learn: How to cope with anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis
How to cope with anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis In this webinar, Karolina Ba and David Johnson, will offer tips for coping with anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis. They will discuss: Achieving a clear and focused mind through breathwork and exercise How to be more productive Self-care routines to do at home How to improve mental wellbeing with mindfulness and meditation The panel: -Karolina Ba, CEO and founder, THEENK TEA Karolina founded THEENK TEA, a complete programme designed to support the mental wellbeing naturally, after she hated the way antidepressants made her feel. -David Johnson, founder, Fruitful Success David Johnson is a life coach. He has been trained in counselling and psychotherapy techniques under the CPCAB, and studied Life Coaching with the Academy of Modern Applied Psychology. Please send any questions you'd like Karolina and David to answer during the webinar to [email protected] How to join the online webinar On registering for the webinar, you will receive an automatic email from Go to Webinar with the link to access the event. The event will begin at the time and date stated in the registration information. If you don't receive the link within two hours of signing up via Eventbrite, please let us know by emailing [email protected] (Please note, it may be in your junk folder).
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David Johnson - Over the years, David has studied western counselling and psychotherapeutic techniques, and eastern meditation and spiritual practices. He’s received CPCAB accreditation, and earned a Life Coaching diploma from the Academy of Modern Applied Psychology. Fruitful Success is an attempt to bring that knowledge together and help others to find themselves in a world where we’re bombarded by what we “should have” and who we “should be”.

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