Mental Health During the Pandemic & How to Prevent Burnout

Written by Love Gardose

Safe Space™ has partnered with Ferne Health to talk about mental health and wellness as part of our initiative for World Mental Health Day. We have invited Safe Space™ therapist Cordelia Fernandez to lead the discussion and talk about ways to relieve stress, cope with anxiety, and prevent exhaustion. 

Cordelia has specialised in issues related to personal issues, anger management, sex, parenting, stress, career/work performance, life challenges, depression, relationship/marriage, school, anxiety, grief, LGBTQIA+, and transgender. Watch out for our other upcoming webinars and IG Live where we talk to other Safe Space therapists and cover other mental health-related topics. 

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Our Safe Space™ therapists have extensive training and knowledge of different mental health conditions. They work with people to help them deal with their problems, either by themselves or alongside other treatments such as medication.

Our clinical therapists always have a duty of confidentiality which means they cannot tell anyone about the personal information that a person shares during therapy sessions without permission from the client/patient under any circumstances.

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