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Adapting To Changes At Work

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Are you struggling to adjust to significant changes at work? Whether it's a new role, a shift in team dynamics, or adapting to remote work, change can be challenging. Our upcoming Forest session, "Adapting to Changes at Work," will explore this topic in depth, providing valuable insights and strategies to help you navigate transitions with resilience and purpose.

Guided by Experience

The session will be facilitated by Katlego, an intern clinical psychologist with a passion for adolescent and adult psychotherapy. With a dedication to pioneering in the field of family and marital psychotherapy, Katlego brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the discussion. You can expect practical advice and evidence-based approaches to managing change in the workplace.

Developing Resilience

Change often brings uncertainty and can disrupt our sense of stability. During the session, you'll learn techniques for cultivating resilience, allowing you to adapt more effectively and bounce back from challenges. Building resilience is a valuable skill that can not only benefit your professional life but also positively impact your overall well-being.

Finding Purpose

Amidst change, it can be easy to lose sight of your purpose and motivation. Katlego will guide you in exploring how to maintain a sense of purpose during transitional periods, helping you stay focused and driven in your work. Understanding the importance of purpose can bring clarity and direction, even in turbulent times.

Supportive Resources

While October provides educational and supportive content, it's important to seek professional help for clinical needs. If you're struggling with the impact of workplace changes on your mental health, consider reaching out to a mental health professional for personalized support. Additionally, don't hesitate to utilize October's digital group sessions, assessments, and relevant content on mental health to supplement your journey of adaptation.

Take the Next Step

It's crucial to remember that adapting to changes at work is a process, and it's okay to seek guidance and support along the way. By participating in the "Adapting to Changes at Work" session, you're taking a proactive step towards building resilience and finding purpose in the face of transition. Embrace the opportunity to learn and grow, and remember that it's okay to prioritize your mental well-being as you navigate changes in the workplace.

Remember, if you're experiencing an emergency, please contact your nearest emergency department or use the emergency button on our app.

Embrace the opportunity to learn and grow, and remember that it's okay to prioritize your mental well-being as you navigate changes in the workplace.

Head over to the Live Forest now or browse more Archived Forest content in the library.

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