Wake Up to WFH: Relationships in Isolation.

We explore the challenges around, being away from as well as being stuck with, our friends and family over this time. We also look at positive ways we can self care for those of us in absolute physical isolation right now.

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The Wake Up to WFH Webinar Series of FREE content looking at a broad range of challenges we are all facing together, while apart.

Following a 700% increase to domestic abuse helplines, just days ago, the Home Secretary launched the hashtag #YouAreNotAlone campaign, focusing attention on the very real issues hidden behind lockdown doors.

Now, as we come to the end of a warm Easter break, usually packed with family Easter egg hunts, BBQs and religious gatherings, we look at how best we can manage relationships in isolation, with our partners, friends and family, community and self.

How can our relationships with others, and ourselves, thrive or survive this period of lockdown?

I am joined by the wonderful Lisa Paul, Lecturer in Occupational Therapy at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.

And Easter chick, Polly Downes Director at PSW Coaching Limited

Catch up on previous editions: https://bit.ly/2VgHhTm

24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline telephone number: 0808 2000 247 & nationaldahelpline.org.uk

Go to the profile of Barry Ennis PCC

Barry Ennis PCC

Founder & Creative Leadership Coach, The Wake Up Method

I am obsessed with communication. How we do it, why we do it, when it goes wrong and when it goes right. Humans and the spaces between them are what keep me alive. Coaching is Relationships. We are Relationships. I firmly believe that, by keeping things simple and intuitive is what makes for great work. My approach is to encourage self awareness from the people I work with. I foster an environment where positive, healthy, compassionate challenge is possible. ICF PCC accredited, student of Transactional Analysis and life long learner. Behind me is a 15 year career in TV Production. Back then, my big goal was to work for the biggest show in the world, so that's what I did. Big and spectacular was important to me then. I understand what it is to have a burning gut of ambition. I then realised in 2016 why I did a BA in Communications. I then added a Foundation to Counselling Diploma to my tool box, and the learning journey continues.

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