Virtual session

Overcoming fear-based behaviour

On Point: Free bite-sized webinars

20 April 2020

Please sign up no later than 20 April 2020, 14:00 (CEST).

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How can you stop the emotional hijacking of your brain in times of uncertainty and crisis?

Our brain’s instinctive knee-jerk responses to uncertainty and threat have been well tested the past few weeks. Understanding the neuroscience behind this unconscious response is the starting point for being able to control it.

Hosted by a psychologist and experienced facilitator, this webinar will provide you with insight and advice for how to navigate and overcome fear-based behaviour and reframe the current situation for your own emotional and mental well-being.

Aspired learning impact

This short session will give you:

  • Knowledge and insights into the neuroscience of fear and threat
  • Specific advice to overcome the brain’s initial, unconscious crisis responses

When using the learnings you will:

  • Increase your ability to stay calm and respond appropriately in times of crisis
  • Utilise 2-3 key techniques to establish good mental health practices


  • We will use Zoom* for the session.
  • Please make sure the Zoom application is installed and running on your computer at least 10 min. before start
  • It may be a good idea to restart your computer before entering the meeting
  • Find a quiet area where you can sit
  • Grab a pair of headphones in order to avoid echo, and check your audio and microphone is working
  • Join us online at the link you receive in the registration email 

Practical information


The event is hosted online.

A link will be sent before the webinar starts.

When (CEST)
20 April 2020
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM
Susan Salzbrenner
Deadline for sign up

Please sign up no later than 20 April 2020, 14:00 (CEST).

* During our virtual events there will be no sharing of confidential or business critical information that leaves any organisation open to risk. Please follow your company’s guidelines on the use of approved IT platforms. As an ISAE 3000 certified organisation, Implement is committed to upholding the highest standards of IT security.