Anyone working in a pressure environment and is required to maintain a cool head at all times.
All of us have or will experience anxiety or stress at some point in our lives. Research tells us that some degree of anxiety and stress is really helpful, motivating us to achieve and move forward in our personal and professional lives; but it’s when our worries or stress increases too much that we can run into problems.
There are many things you can do to overcome stress and start to feel a sense of mastery, it’s with this course you’ll get to discover how. Using a Cognitive Behavioural approach you will learn ways to change the way that you feel through changing how you think and changing the things that you do or don’t do.
With around 10.4 million working days lost each year through stress and anxiety related problems*, it’s important that we look after ourselves and have the knowledge to also support others, whether these people are patients, colleagues or family members. This course has been designed to enhance your awareness of stress and anxiety so you are better placed to enhance the well-being of your patients or colleagues.
*Mental Health Foundation: How to manage and reduce stress January 2013
For more information contact Chris Dalzell
Tel: 0333 5777 144
By the end of this programme delegates will:
Day 1: Understanding and Discovering
Day 2: Overcoming & Mastering