Psychological First Aid and Stress Management
This training programme aims to facilitate an appreciation of the complex range of symptoms that a person can experience when stressed whilst also examining the reasons why people experience and deal with stress differently.
It will enable learners to recognise and manage their own stress through a range of validated techniques that build both resilience and improve adaptive coping.
This programme includes content on: understanding stress and an individual’s response to stressful situations, coping with stress, stress at work, emotional intelligence, mindfulness, stress, negative thinking and psychological first aid.
Course Learning Outcomes:
Define what stress is
Explain what is meant by stress and work-related stress
Identify the symptoms of stress
Explain the typical causes of stress in the workplace and at home
Undergo a stress risk assessment
Understand the importance of controlling stress and know how to cope with stress when it arises
Identify what changes can be made in the workplace and at home in order to deal with the causes and effects of stress
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