Over the last year to support you through the pandemic, we’ve held Individual Resilience Check-ins, facilitated by Bailey and French. These online sessions came at a time when work was changing, and whatever our roles, we were all dealing with varying amounts of fear, loss and isolation.
As we start to emerge from lockdown and take tentative steps towards recovery, it is important we continue to look after ourselves and build our resilience to help us adjust to a new ‘normal’.
Great news – we’ve funded more sessions!
The National Police Wellbeing Service has funded two extra sessions to offer you the opportunity to access a FREE one hour Online Individual Resilience Check-in.
People who joined our previous workshops told us they found them uplifting – they enjoyed talking and sharing with others and learning tips as to how to overcome challenges and feel more resilient.
The sessions will take place on Wednesday 7 April at 9.30am (this has taken place) and Wednesday 21 April at 9.30am.
During these virtual workshops you will join fellow police officers and staff from across the UK to have meaningful communication, and recognise that we may feel the same or similarly as each other.
You will have the opportunity to share your experience and defuse through discussion, with peers who you may or may not know. The session is a whole group discussion led by Bailey and French, with individuals having the opportunity to share their experiences, if they feel comfortable using the chat function. People can leave the session feeling uplifted in facing this lockdown and beyond with optimism and resilience.
How do I join?
The Individual Resilience Check-ins are open to everyone who works in UK policing.
Please book using the button below.
The technical stuff
The sessions will be run using Microsoft Teams.
If you are attempting to join the webinar from a Force computer and are having problems accessing Microsoft Teams we would recommend using a personal device (laptop, phone or iPad) so that you can access the session.