COVID19 was immediate and sudden; the impact continues to be swift, multi-dimensional and far reaching. For most of us, the attendant crises are novel, hard-hitting and disruptive. This webinar will address the impact of these crises in its current form on our daily lives. We will get information on coping techniques that are simple and proven effective in bringing some balance to our outlook and a measure of calm as we navigate the uncertainty of each day. CARILEC invite you to join on us with Ms. Francisca Plummer as we strive to get back in the drivers seat.
- Managing Isolation
- Working at Home
- Dealing with Information Overload
- Managing Emotions
Meet the Facilitator
Ms. Francisca Plummer
Over the years, Ms Francisca Plummer has been fulfilling her life-long vision of supporting individuals and couples facilitate self-understanding, change and renewal through education and therapeutic intervention. She is a Registered and licensed Psychotherapist and holds a Master’s Degree in Psychotherapy and Counselling from City University London through Regent’s College London.
She has seventeen (17) years’ experience in London and Saint Lucia working clinically across diverse populations as well as in a variety of settings including mental health, substance abuse, employee assistance and college counselling. Her work experience began in 1999 at the then Golden Hope Hospital. She later served as the Acting Director of Turning Point Drug Detoxification and Rehabilitation Centre in Saint Lucia and as a Mental Health Consultant on the Saint Lucia Mental Health Reform Project. While in the UK, she worked as an Honorary Psychotherapist with the Traumatic Stress Service at
Maudsley Hospital in London. Ms Plummer has a particular focus on working with persons presenting with depression, suicide and anxiety and also with victims of trauma.