COVID-19 restrictions have resulted in widespread isolation experiences across the world, including changes in the ways people engage with work. As restrictions ease, we are faced with an unprecedented new challenge – supporting our community and colleagues to reintegrate into the new post-isolation world. Surprisingly, reintegration following isolation can be the most challenging for our mental health.
This course will introduce you to the science behind psychological adaptation and reintegration following isolation. With an emphasis on the workplace context, you will learn about the psychological impacts of isolation, what to expect when moving back into society post-isolation, and methods to support staff and yourself through challenges associated with the reintegration experience.
How you will learn
This course is fully online and self-paced, allowing you to study when it’s convenient for you. The course will take approximately one hour to complete.
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Who should do this course?
This course is designed to provide businesses with the useful skills and practical tools to support staff to reintegrate into the workplace environment following isolation experiences. The course will have broad appeal for those looking to learn about the psychology of reintegrating into the workplace following isolation but will be particularly valuable in enabling business leaders and managers to apply strategies designed to support the wellbeing of staff during their workplace reintegration.
The psychology of reintegrating after isolation and what to expect
Strategies to help you support staff during reintegration
Strategies to support your own wellbeing during reintegration