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Training for leaders and colleagues who want to be better informed on how to support team members facing mental health challenges.
The world has rapidly changed around us in these last couple of months and many of us are experiencing the impact it had, and continues to have, in different ways. The discussion about Mental Health has never been more relevant than it is today, as we all work together in finding ways to cope with new realities, understanding the struggles those around us might be facing, and assisting them as much as we can.
Join us for this 1-hour seminar as we will explain a little more about mental health in general, we will debunk some of its myths and stigmas and we will talk about some of the easier to notice warning signs of potential issues. We will also speak about how to engage in conversation with people you might feel would need support in dealing with some of their struggles and will go through the DOs and DON’Ts of supporting your colleagues as they regain their balance.
Dr. Diana Cheaib Houry
Dr. Diana Cheaib Houry, licensed by the Community Development Authority (CDA), is a Psychotherapist with a Ph.D. in Psychopathology and Psychoanalysis from the University of Denis-Diderot (France). She earned her first master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from René-Descartes University (France) and her second master’s in Psychoanalytic Anthropology from the University of Denis-Diderot.
Diana also has a university diploma in Social and Cognitive Development from René-Descartes University. Dr. Diana has dedicated over 10 years researching and studying women’s mental health and it’s relationship with culture and identity conflicts. She has worked in France and Lebanon in a variety of counseling and clinical settings, focusing on women and couples wellbeing. Her main expertise lies in working with adults having depression, anxiety disorder, panic disorder, psychosomatic symptoms, couple issues, etc. and in providing support to women during pregnancy and after giving birth.
Her deep knowledge in anthropology and cultural particularities across many Arab and Western societies allow her to work with individuals from several cultures. Dr. Diana conducts her psychotherapy services in French, English and Arabic.
Virtual/Online via CISCO Webex platform.
An event link will be sent to you following registration.
Date & Timings
08.07.2020 at 12.00 (Dubai time)