Stress Management Workshop

Stress Management Workshop

The goal of this workshop is to provide participants with the information that they need to enable them to recognise when they are stressed, what is causing the stress, as well as teach a number of different techniques that can be used to manage the stress more effectively.

Stress can come in all shapes and forms, there is acute stress, chronic long-term stress, accumulative stress, internal stress, external stress and stress caused by life events.  Quite often stress can creep up on us and we can be completely unaware of what is happening.

The aim is for participants to become more aware of what the physiological and psychological signs of stress are so that they can take action to reduce the stress and the negative impact that this may have on their life, either at home, at work, and in relationships.  

Having a greater understanding of how stress can impact our mental health, and our bodies, as well as our ability to cope with everyday life, and applying that knowledge to our own lives can be the catalyst needed to make some important changes. 

Stress can impact our mental health, our relationships, our work and home life and impair our communication, especially when emotions are running high for whatever reason.

We will look at strategies to deal with the stress better as well as understanding the cause of the stress.  We will then look at what self-care is and ways in which self care can be implemented as well as barriers to the self-care in the first place.  Self-care is vital to improve stress levels and improve resilience, be stronger and more efficient.

Having the tools to be able to improve our quality of life, and mental health can make all the difference, and that really is what this workshop aims to do.

This workshop aims to be inclusive, experiential, and discussion based with a mix of listening and participant activities.

Please contact us if you would like to register interest in future dates for this workshop.

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Date

3 July 2022
10:00 – 16:00

Cost

£60