Community Help Service is committed to the health and safety of our staff, volunteers and clients. During the current coronavirus situation, we have put in place guidelines which protect our community whilst reducing the impact on our services. This includes reducing our in-office staff and using video conferencing for our meetings and training.

If you visit the Centre as a client, we ask you to follow these rules:

1) Clients must wear a mask at all times whilst visiting the Centre unless explicitly stated by their therapist. They must also sanitise their hands upon entry.

2) Clients should arrive as close to their appointment time as possible and will be greeted at the door by their therapist. The waiting room is not in use.

3) Do not attend your appointment if you develop flu symptoms or respiratory complaints.

4) It is important that should you experience any COVID symptoms or test positive following a visit to our Centre, you notify CHS in writing, especially if your visit occurred within the 2 days prior to your symptoms appearing, so that appropriate action can be taken promptly.

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CHS - OPEN POSITIONS: CHS is currently looking for Psychiatrists and Clinical Psychologists/Psychotherapists, both in the Adults' team, as well as the Children, Adolescents and Family team. Please take a look at the "Centre - Open Positions" page on our website for more information. CLICK HERE
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Staying Sane In The Protracted Pandemic

As we embark on the second year of living with Covid-19, even the most resilient among us have felt sorrow, frustration, and sometimes anger at the times we are now living in. How will we cope going forward? How can we cope better? How can we help ourselves and our families in these complex and challenging times?

In this session, multi-award-winning mental health campaigner Natasha Devon will give practical tips for how to encourage someone you're concerned about to open up about their mental health, how to have the conversation in the most productive way possible and what to do if you can't provide them with a solution.

Following her keynote, Natasha will be joined by Simon Dwyer, organizational psychologist and counselor, Lucian Ionescu, VP, Head of Immunology Europe at UCB Pharma, Jeremy Jennings, President of Community Help Service, and Stephanie Freidberg, Primary School Counselor at St. John's International School to discuss:

  • The evolution of the pandemic and what to expect in the months to come
  • How to cope with mental health and family life difficulties in times of COVID
  • Children's mental health during the pandemic and how parents, teachers and professionals can support them

Date & Time Thursday, 6 May 2021, 19:00 to 20:00
Register Here

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