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Join the Health & Wellbeing Team on our virtual ‘Lunch & Learn’ talking about anxiety.

Experiencing or feeling anxiety is a natural reaction we all have when we feel under threat. Most people will feel anxious at times, and it is common to experience some anxiety while coping with stressful events or changes. For some people, anxiety can become a much more significant part of their life, and anxiety can become a mental health problem where it has an impact on someone’s ability to live life as fully as they would like. In this virtual lunch & learn, we’ll be talking about:

  • What is anxiety
  • When anxiety becomes a mental health problem and types of specific anxiety disorders
  • The vicious cycle of anxiety
  • Tips if talking to someone about anxiety
  • Common coping strategies
  • Signposts to helpful tools and resources


How to join

Click the Teams link below to join the session. It will like a regular Teams meeting. You can switch your camera on and off depending what suits you. For the benefit of others being able to hear well, please keep yourself on mute if not speaking to avoid any background noise.

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What is a virtual lunch & learn?

  • It’s a short 30 min virtual session covering some information on a health or wellbeing topic of interest.

How do I join?

  • There is a link in the invitation. This is to a Microsoft Teams session, so you need to be able to access Teams. You just need to click the link above under “How do join”).

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