Wellbeing at Work

Greg Elsey

1 Day Workshop

This stress management workshop is designed to provide you with practical tools and techniques to identify and address the causes and effects of stress. You'll learn how to develop and implement effective stress management strategies that can be applied to your personal and professional life. Additionally, you'll gain valuable skills to assist others in managing stress and promoting wellbeing. By the end of this workshop, you'll have the knowledge and confidence to handle stress effectively and support others in doing the same.

At the end of this stress management training course you will be able to:

  • Define Stress and the affect it has on the body
  • Use specific relaxation techniques to overcome stress
  • Follow a model for coping with stress
  • Identify methods of avoiding stress where possible
  • Reduce their own stress by following clear techniques

This workshop will provide you with the skills, knowledge and awareness necessary to develop a positive approach to dealing with stress.
  • Identifying Stress – Here participants are made aware of the history of stress and its relation to the stressors we are subjected to in the modern environment.
  • How Our Body Responds to Stress – An activity which explores the physiological and psychology aspects of stress and how this can result in illness and poor lifestyle choices.
  • The Mitchell Method of Relaxation – A chance to practice a scripted, positive method of relaxation.
  • Stress Coping Model – A clear model, which highlights the process stress follows and the methods we can use to interrupt this process and so cope better.
  • Daily Hassles – Identifying that it is often the daily hassles that result in stress. Highlighting typical daily hassles and reviewing several methods of overcoming or avoiding them.
  • Life Events – Exploring major life events, the transitional aspect, how they can be positive and how our perception of the situation can alter our experience.
  • Positive Self-Talk – Understanding self-talk and moving away from the negative self-talk cycle and turnng it into a positive self-talk cycle.
  • Prioritising to Reduce Stress – Identifying and then balancing conflicting demands and learning to appreciate what is important.
  • Stability Zones – Establishing what our own stability zones are and how we can best use them to help us reduce stress.
  • The Wheel of Strife – A useful tool for making us more aware of the stressors in our life so that we can adopt techniques to overcome them.
  • Supporting Networks – Looking at the people who currently provide support and help us reduce stress and working on methods of positively nurturing these relationships.
  • All Stressed Out – A Fun way to review the material using ‘negative review’ methods.
  • The Benson Method – A final, simple, but effective method of relaxation to leave the participants feeling refreshed after the session.

New Dates to be advised.

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