Qatar Chamber set to hold webinar series to tackle mental health issues amid COVID-19 Jul 13, 2020 0 688 12345 tribune news networkdohaQATAR Chamber, in cooperation with Al Ahmadani Medical Center, is set to launch a series of webinars and e-learning tools geared towards Qatar’s private sector.The first webinar titled ‘Family & Mental Health during COVID-19’ will be held at 10am on Wednesday (July 15).The webinar will discuss issues such as dealing with children during the period of home quarantine, their anxiety and fear during the health crisis, as well as developing an efficient plan for their daily routine and their return to school after quarantine.During the seminar, psychologist Serine Al Banna will discuss several issues, including the importance of family support for children during the quarantine period, the psychological problems faced by them during quarantine, and the methods used to deal with the behavioural problems of children.Banna has more than 12 years’ experience in many of the largest hospitals in the GCC, in the psychological field.She provides psychological support to those with special needs, children, adolescents and adults. She also specialises in the treatment of psychological disorders through behavioural and cognitive therapy for various disorders such as fear, anxiety and depression, compulsive obsession, fears, self-harm, food disorders and others. Established in 1995, Al Ahmadani Medical Center (AMC) was founded as a multi-specialty polyclinic with the intent of bringing premier quality services to Qatar’s rapidly developing healthcare sector.AMC applies international best practices across its services and has consistently evolved its diverse range of specialties to accommodate and meet the needs of Qatar. The polyclinic specialises in services across clinical psychology & counselling. Additionally, AMC’s Training department is a QCHP-AD accredited facility offering CPD and other training programmes to medical, allied healthcare and other professionals. Pages 1234 RELATED ARTICLES Ooredoo extends staff structures for ‘work from home’ to year-end Jul 13, 2020 0 6887 Cartier launches new High Jewellery range that reveals a ‘more real’ nature Jul 13, 2020 0 812 Over 30,000 Indians repatriated during pandemic: HE Kumaran Jul 13, 2020 0 7242 MME, PARTNERS CLEAN UP SIMAISMA BEACH The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME), represented by the Municipality of Al-Daayen and the Department of Public Hygiene, conducted cleaning of the Simaisma beach on Sunday. The cleaning campaign was ..