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For TSPA members only. This session explores how T&S professionals can recognize vicarious trauma and develop personal safeguarding skills.

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For TSPA members only. Please request an event code from your TSPA corporate supporter representative or email contact@tspa.info for the event code.

The pandemic has pushed many of us to the limits of coping, across all areas of life; and whilst we are all living and learning as we go (as none of us have lived through a pandemic before!), we’ve all had to find ways to navigate these challenging times.

For trust and safety professionals, the personal impacts of managing the effects of the pandemic are compounded by the challenging nature of our work — including new and increasingly more complex trust and safety issues, taking this very difficult work into our homes, and losing in-person peer support.

As we come to the end of 2021, we want to take some time to pause and reflect on our own wellbeing needs and give space to normalize the effects of the pandemic on our subsequent wellbeing, as well as re-align ourselves to what really matters to us in life.

Speaker: Pamela Lennon, Mental Wellbeing Consultant and Doctoral Candidate

Pamela is Zevo’s Health & Wellbeing Consultant. Her expert knowledge is underpinned by her specialist professional training as a Doctor of Health Psychology, in addition to a decade’s worth of experience within the health and wellbeing sector; advocating psychological safety, employee resilience and health behaviour change in the workplace. She has designed and facilitated individual and organisational workplace interventions using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), COM-B, health coaching and mindfulness models, with measured improvements on psychological and physical health. She has also written academic and peer reviewed corporate business papers on Organisational Health and Wellbeing, Sustainable Wellness, Psychological Health and Safety, Psychosocial Safety Climate and presented on mind-body research as well as health behaviour change. She is responsible for organisational health and wellbeing research, assessment, analysis, intervention design and reporting, as well as consultancy on psychological health and wellbeing at work.

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