Webinar - Talking mental health




We are pleased to invite you to join us for our free 2-part webinar series ‘Talking Mental Health’.

As we enter the winter months and a likely resurgence of COVID-19, we will undoubtedly see a rise in demand for NHS services. We understand the significant challenges that Clinical Commissioning Groups will face during this time - striving to deliver high-quality care to clients in the community whilst navigating through uncertain times and managing increased workload.

Our 2-part webinar series will provide practical ways to help enhance the emotional health and resilience for anyone involved in the commissioning of care. Our host, Clare Metcalfe, Head of Learning Disability and Head of Mental Health, will discuss the key strategies you can implement to help boost your wellbeing and productivity in the workplace.


Stress and your wellbeing

Thursday 5th November, 12pm-1pm

The webinar will cover:

  • The symptoms of stress and its impact on the mind and body
  • Identification of stress levels and their cumulative impacts
  • Practical ways to manage stress
  • Creating a positive culture and working environment to avoid staff burnout
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Thursday 3rd December, 12pm-1pm

The webinar will cover:

Simple mindfulness techniques to help reduce stress and anxiety and increase your levels of focus, including:

  • How to create awareness of your thoughts and behaviours during times of stress or anxiety
  • Learning how to take control over your emotional response to a stressor
  • Realising that we have the power to change the way we think and the way we feel
  • Helping focus your mind inside and out of work and in your relationships


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Chaired by

Clare Metcalfe

Head of Learning Disability and/or Autism and Head of Mental Health, TCS

Clare has dedicated the last 24 years gaining rich experience and increasing her knowledge and skills within forensic, inpatient, community and autism diagnostic services. In her role at TCS, Clare manages a team of Clinicians that work alongside the people we support, their families and the staff teams; to ensure that evidence-based practice is at the forefront of what we do. Amongst her qualifications, Clare has a Postgraduate Master’s Certificate in Positive Behavioural Support and Master’s Degree in Autism Spectrum Disorder.


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