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Stress Management Training

Stress Management Training Course - 1 Day

We are living in changing times, people are feeling overwhelmed with fear and uncertainty. Whilst a certain amount of stress is beneficial, since it stimulates an adaptive response that makes people stronger, too much stress can become overwhelming and have a toxic effect on the mind and body.

This one-day Stress Management training course teaches people how to recognise the symptoms of stress in themselves and others. We will show delegates techniques and offer practical solutions for effectively managing their stress.

Available as an In-House Course

Stress Management Training Availability, Pricing and Course Dates

If you have any questions, please phone us (+44 (0)20 3856 3037) or send us a message.

Bespoke Training (In-House or Live Online)

£1,950+VAT per training day
(International Price Varies)

In-House training has been designed to provide a similar experience to our open courses, however we can tailor the content to fit your specific needs.

We are able to train in your timezone.

All our training includes:

  • A full day of quality training, delivered by an experienced trainer
  • 6 training hours, plus an additional 2-3 via post-course online independent learning
  • Full-colour course handbook, with written action plan (electronic or paper copy available)
  • Training certificate
  • Access to additional free training material after the course via our post-course portal
  • 3 months free telephone coaching: Whilst you are implementing what you have learned, if you need to, you can contact us for support and guidance

What is Stress Management Training?

Stress Management training helps people to understand that stress is not inherently bad, since stress can be the trigger for many positive changes. For example, physical exercise is a form of stress that makes people healthier and happier.

Stress becomes bad whenever it is too intense, or it goes on for too long, or it is mismanaged. For example, if work stress becomes too intense, or too frequent, or badly managed, then it becomes toxic.

Stress Management training teaches how to correctly manage stress by moderating the intensity, duration and frequency of its exposure, and by improving how people personally respond to stressful incidents, both mentally and physically.

Stress Management training does to aim to eliminate stress altogether, but rather to teach successful techniques to manage and limit exposure to stressors, as well as improving mental and physical responses to them.

Contact Us Today

If you want to know more about this course, or any other Management Training Courses, or their suitability for you or a colleague, call us on +44 (0)20 3856 3037 or make an enquiry online.

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Stress Management Training Course Overview

The course starts with the statement that stress is inherent in living. It is impossible to avoid all stress and it’s wrong to try.

We have evolved to respond to stressors in an adaptive way. Stress is a trigger to adaptive responses. Sunlight stress gives us a nice tan. Exercise stress makes us stronger. But an overdose of stress, or poorly managed stress is dangerous.

Our aim is to gain the benefits of stress, whilst avoiding all its dangers.

We introduce the idea that all stressors have three components: intensity, duration, and frequency.

Intensity is a measure of the concentration of the stress. Duration is a measure of the time imposed. Frequency is the measure of how often it is imposed.

We must balance the intensity, duration and frequency of stressors, so that we stay in the optimum zone. The optimum zone is where we are stressed, but it produces only beneficial effects on the mind and body.

The second part of the course is about individual responses to stressful situations. Many people have poor mental and physical responses to stress situations - they overreact, and their responses are inappropriate to the circumstances and are therefore, harmful.

We show delegates to improve how they mentally and physically process stressful events, so that their responses are proportionate to the circumstances and their reactions are appropriate, adaptive and beneficial.

Learning Outcomes:

  • What stress is and how it affects you and others
  • How stress can have both beneficial and harmful effects
  • How to manage negative stress emotions of anxiety and worry
  • How to replace negative emotional responses with positive reactions
  • How to develop healthy physical responses to stressful situations
  • How to handle difficult and stressful work conditions
  • Train yourself to take stress in your stride

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