The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown up many and varied challenges for all of us. Many familiar things are on hold, normal supports are not accessible and networks that we usually rely on, are for now just out of reach. We know this is a challenging time for many people and we are committed to doing all we can to offer support. While under normal circumstances we could be travelling the country offering a variety of workshops, this is not possible at present. SOS have always held the belief that we are stronger together and so we want to ensure that you feel supported at this time and, with the funding of the HSE and the National Office for Suicide Prevention, we are now offering a series of live interactive daily wellness webinars. There is no charge to attend these and all are welcome. You can watch via your phone, tablet and laptop and ask questions through our moderated chat facility. All you need is a secure internet connection and ideally a quiet space to tune in for approximately an hour. We look forward to you joining us and for us to journey together.
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A Time for Quietness – 45 minutes of mindfulness and visualisation to reconnect with ourselves.
April 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Not just on National Workplace Wellness Day 2021, but each day whether you’re working from home or onsite during lockdown can be a time that can feel lonely or isolating for people. Please take some time out for YOU to stop, slow down and take a breath as we invite you to join our SOS Facilitator Patricia in a virtual community where we will connect with each other through some mindfulness and visualisations. We will spend time together, even though we are apart, and carry that sense of connectedness forward into our lives.
For more information and to join register for the 10am session, please click here.
This workshop is kindly funded by the National Office for Suicide Prevention and by our amazing fundraisers throughout the country.