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An Introduction to Understanding and Improving Resilience and Wellbeing

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Webinar by Dr Ceri Trevethan, Clinical Psychologist

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CPD 1.5 hours

PEAT Outcome - Relevant legal knowledge


The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for us all to be more aware of our own and others’ wellbeing and mental health. Research led by the Mental Health Foundation has highlighted that although many of us have felt distressed at times during the pandemic, the majority of us report feeling able to cope. The pandemic has increased levels of reported stress, anxiety, loneliness and isolation. Some of the differences in capacity to cope reflects the resources people had before the pandemic as well as differences in ages, gender and other demographic factors.

Resilience refers to the ability to ‘bounce back’ when faced with significant challenges. Resilience enables individuals, organisations and communities to cope with the prolonged stress we have now been experiencing. Aspects of wellbeing and self-care can be learned and practised to help us improve our resilience further. Research by the Mental Health Foundation has shown that of those who experience stress due to the pandemic, 87% report using at least one coping strategy – such as going for a walk, spending time in nature and staying connected to others.

In this webinar, Dr Trevethan will help the delegates develop a greater understanding of which factors can affect wellbeing and explore some evidence-based strategies to support and build effective, self-care, resilience and improved wellbeing.


This Zoom webinar is relevant to a broad range of legal professionals, professionals in charitable sectors etc. who may wish to better understand and support their own and/or colleagues and contacts wellbeing and resilience.


Dr Ceri Trevethan is a fully qualified and accredited senior clinical psychologist registered with the HCPC and British Psychological Society. She is an experienced clinician, lecturer and researcher who specialises in promoting wellbeing in adults, Acquired Brain Injury, Neurological Conditions, Trauma and Adult mental health conditions. Dr Trevethan has delivered evidence-based neuropsychological and psychological therapies within various community, outpatient and inpatient settings across NHS, charitable and private settings. Her work life spans Aberdeen University, the NHS and her private practice, Aberdeenshire Clinical Psychology Ltd. She is also an experienced expert witness providing neuropsychological assessment for personal injury and clinical negligence claims.

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