‘Take 5’ to RETHINK your resilience: Seasonal Affective Disorder

Take 5’ to RETHINK your resilience is a wellbeing campaign aimed at bringing people together to discuss building resilience and the issues that have affected many of us during 2020.

  • Date:

    29 Jan 2021

  • Time:

    2:00 - 3:00 pm

  • Location:

    Online Event

  • Price:

    Free

This wellbeing campaign has been organised by #RETHINK programme partners: Business in the Community NI, ARC Healthy Living Centre and Bogside & Brandywell Health Forum, and includes a series of five informative workshops on different resilience themes, taking place every day during the week Monday 25 to Friday 29 January 2021.

These hour-long workshops will take place 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM every day during the week on online webinar platform GoToWebinar.

All attendees will be emailed the link to join the workshops securely following registration.

Events

Friday 29 January – ‘Take 5’ to RETHINK your resilience: Seasonal Affective Disorder

The specific causes of S.A.D remains unknown; however, much research has spotlighted changes in your circadian rhythm, changes in your serotonin and melatonin levels as factors that may be a cause.

S.A.D is the type of depression that occurs as a result from a seasonal change. For the focus of this webinar, we will focus on Winter Seasonal Affective Disorder. Clinical Psychologist Dr Caroline Burrow  will discuss with us the symptoms of S.A.D and what treatments are available to those that suffer from S.A.D.

Host: Shannon McGowan, Programme Executive, BITCNI
Guest Speaker: Dr Caroline Burrow, Clinical Psychologist and Founder of Northern Meadow Therapy

Caroline is a clinical psychologist and founder of Northern Meadow Therapy. Northern Meadow Therapy offers Clinical Psychology services, assessment and psychotherapy, and personal development. Individual, couples’ sessions and group workshops are available. Caroline also offers one to one or group mindfulness and relaxation sessions, self-hypnosis, and guided imagery. In addition to traditional therapy and workshops Caroline works with animal co-therapists to provide equine facilitated psychotherapy and canine facilitated psychotherapy.