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Spotlight Session: Vulnerability, rituals and learning to live in uncertain times

The psychological and emotional impact of coronavirus (part two): Vulnerability, rituals and learning to live in uncertain times.

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Glenn Baker, Charles Stanley’s Business Development Director, is joined by Tom DeRose of the Freud Museum, in the second of a two-part special looking at the psychological and emotional impact of coronavirus.

Key learning outcomes include:

  • Understanding what vulnerability means today
  • The importance of rituals
  • Ambivalence and learning to live with uncertainty

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