Coronavirus resources & support Webinars Supporting each other - with Maggies: Giving and asking for support from those around you through tough times As we look ahead to Christmas, many are facing difficult decisions and conversations with families. Join Lesley on 19th November for a Wellbeing Webinar that arms you with skills and techniques to improve your emotional wellbeing, and those around you. This will be about practical ways we can help our personal resilience and support ourselves and others, with tools and skills to take away. The session is limited to 25 participants. Register below to receive the link to join the webinar via Zoom. About Lesley Howells Lesley is Research Lead for the Maggie’s network of twenty-one centres across the UK (maggiescentres.org), Hong Kong and Tokyo. She is also Centre Head for Maggie’s Dundee and the Maggie’s Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist for Scotland. Lesley’s responsibilities for the Maggie’s network include: developing and monitoring the Maggie’s evidence based cancer support programme, development and delivery of staff training, psychology supervision and professional leadership and the management of the Maggie’s Research Portfolio. Lesley worked as a Clinical Psychologist in the NHS for 18 years before joining Maggie’s. She specialised in working with people juggling the demands of chronic physical health problems such as cancer, diabetes and cystic fibrosis. She is an NHS Accredited Trainer in Advanced Communication, Accredited Mindfulness Teacher and has specialist expertise in the teaching and supervision of NHS Specialist Palliative Care professionals. Since qualifying in 1991 her research and clinical focus has been families, individuals and couples facing life-changing trauma and transitions, primarily those prompted by changes in physical health (e.g. families with cystic fibrosis, diabetes). Before joining Maggie’s in 2014, she was the Clinical Health Psychology Lead for NHS Dumfries and Galloway. Booking for this event has now closed.