- Cost: $379.00
- Duration: 4 hours
- Delivery Options: In-Person & Online
Introducing our Managing Stress With Ease Training
This program is constructed to equip attendees with tactics and methods for handling stress with ease.
Participants will become better adept at acknowledging stress symptoms, pinpointing their sources, and utilising strategies to address it.
In conclusion to this training, attendees will have formulated a stress-management blueprint that caters to their unique requirements.
- Define stress and its effect on wellbeing.
- Use relaxation techniques to overcome stress.
- Uncover ways to avoid stress where possible.
- Recognise the value of self-care in maintaining mental health.
Recognising Stress – Participants will learn about the history of stress and its connection to modern-day stressors.
Understanding Our Body’s Reaction to Stress – Delve into the physiological and psychological aspects of stress, and how it can lead to illness and poor lifestyle decisions.
The Mitchell Relaxation Technique – Participants have the opportunity to practice a well-structured, positive relaxation method.
Stress Coping Framework – This model demonstrates the pathway that stress follows, along with techniques we can employ to interrupt this process for better coping.
Daily Annoyances – Recognising that everyday irritations often cause stress. Highlighting common daily annoyances and discussing various approaches to overcoming or avoiding them.
Life Events – Examining significant life events, their transitional nature, their potential positivity, and how our perception of the situation can alter our experience.
Positive Self-Talk – Learning about self-talk and transitioning from negative self-talk patterns towards positive ones.
Prioritisation for Stress Reduction – Identifying and balancing competing demands while understanding what truly matters.
Stability Zones – Determining our personal stability zones and utilising them effectively to minimise stress.
The Wheel of Strife – A valuable tool to increase awareness of stressors in our lives so that we can implement strategies to overcome them.
Support Networks – Assessing individuals who currently offer support in reducing stress, and developing methods to positively nurture these relationships.
All Stressed Out – A fun way to review the content using ‘negative review’ techniques.
The Benson Technique – A concluding relaxation method which is simple yet effective, leaving participants feeling revitalised after the session.