| Managing Stress and Increasing Resilience
We cannot avoid stress in today's rapidly changing world - so how do we live with stress and can we make it our friend? This course is designed to assist participants to identify and manage their stress levels and triggers, as well as develop effective coping strategies to increase their resilience. Topics include 'how to measure your stress' 'choices for managing stress' and 'de-stress my relationships'. The course will examine what resilience means for you, and ways to gain and maintain physical and emotional resilience.
Online Penrith on Wednesday
Beginning 24/11/2021 from 10:00:00 to 12:00:00
for 4 Weeks
Your training may be subsidised by the NSW Government. Contact the College to confirm your eligibility.
Topics Covered include:
1 Introductory activities Overview of stress - physical and mental effects Body and mind map 2 Recent statistics on stress in Australia - discussion How stressed are you? Stress scale and assessment Individual stess triggers 3 Balance - shrinking your worries Individual strategies - physical and mental Choosing the right coping skill 4 Making stress your friend Positive and negative thinking Choosing, and living by your values When stress is too much
At the end of this course participants will have a sound knowledge of the effects of stress on their physical, emotional, and social lives. They will have examined several strategies for effective stress management and for improving their resilience going forward.
On the first session bring
Items to be purchased during the course
Special Issues To Note
This course is run online on Zoom
NCC Code: 83MA2O421