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Counting Sheep to Sleep: The Role of Sleep in Our Well-being

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Sleep and health are strongly related. Good sleep is essential for maintaining our baseline mental health, as poor sleep can dramatically affect mood and productivity the following day. That being the case, robs employees of the chance to excel at work. This webinar aims to educate its participants on the significance of sleep on their well-being. Attendees will acquire knowledge of the dangers of sleep procrastination and be aware of other sleeping disorders. By attending this webinar, participants will be able to learn how to establish a healthy sleeping routine and pattern.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of the webinar, participants should be able to:

1. Understand the connection and importance of sleep to mental health.

2. Understand sleep procrastination and its negative impact to well-being.

3. Classify healthy and unhealthy sleeping patterns that can influence well-being.

WHO SHOULD JOIN?

• Employees of any level

LEARNING OUTLINE

  • Counting Sheep to Sleep: The Role of Sleep in Our Well-being

  • Sleep and Mental Health: How Sleeping is Vital in our Well-being

  • The Dangers of Sleep Procrastination and Other Sleeping Disorders

  • How to Establish a Healthy Sleeping Routine and Pattern.  

Alessandra Arpon, RPsy

Alessandra Arpon, RPsy

Alessandra Arpon, RPsy is working in education, research, assessment, and mental health awareness, treatment, and care. She earned her BS psychology from Far Eastern University - Manila with a magna cum laude distinction and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from De La Salle University – Manila where she is also taking her Ph. D. in clinical counseling psychology. She is a licensed psychologist who garnered the 5th place during the licensure examination for psychologist in 2017.

Alessandra Arpon, RPsy

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