As we all look to return to the "new normal" it is natural to feel anxiety as you look to not only return to work but also meet friends, go shopping or take part in training courses. There’s even a new name for these concerns: Re-Entry Anxiety. For many of us, social isolation can increase our anxiety and make existing mental health conditions worse. Social Enterprise Kent has responded to this by introducing a bespoke programme to support people with this.
Re-entry anxiety “is the fear of the unknown and the loss of this period of safety created by the enforced lockdown into our homes,” Some people will be more predisposed to re-entry anxiety than others. Our course looks at which sources of anxiety is within our control and those that are not.
This workshop provides learners with the tools to assess their environment and ways to mitigate risk leading to anxiety. The accompanying workbook allows delegates to make a tailored action plan to address their anxiety about re-entering society.
We currently have no dates for this course but you can still register your interest by filling out the form below: