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Our Webinar focuses on helping to make adaptions to remote working through blending psychological insight with some practical skills.

If you’re used to working in an office environment, the shift to working remotely may feel like a major – and challenging change. It is particularly challenging for people at an uncertain and anxiety provoking time, and when we are needing to make changes to how we live and socialise.

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