How to manage stress - Evidence based exercises
What you'll learn
- Learn various body relaxation techniques
- Learn various stress coping strategies
- Learn evidence-based stress management techniques
- Create a stress coping plan
- No previous knowledge of stress management required
How to manage stress - Evidence-based exercises
We all feel stressed at one time or another. It's a normal and healthy reaction to change or a challenge. But stress that goes on for over a few weeks can affect your health. Keep stress from making you sick by learning healthy ways to manage it. Stress management offers a range of strategies to help you better deal with stress and difficulty (adversity) in your life. Managing stress can help you lead a more balanced, healthier life.
Stress is an automatic physical, mental and emotional response to a challenging event. It's a normal part of everyone's life. When used positively, stress can lead to growth, action and change. But negative, long-term stress can lessen your quality of life.
From minor challenges to major crises, stress is part of life. And while you can't always control your circumstances, you can control how you respond to them.
When stress becomes overwhelming, or it's chronic, it can take a toll on your well-being. That's why it's important to have effective stress relievers that can calm your mind and your body.
In this course, you will learn various meditation & relaxation techniques that are helpful even to people who are clinically depressed or deal with major illnesses that cause stress in everyday life.
These techniques are recommended by Psychiatrists and Doctors for effectively dealing with stress and anxiety.
Who this course is for:
- Everyone interested in stress management
Psychology Online is dedicated to providing high-quality training to mental health professionals to upgrade their counselling and psychotherapy skills.
Provide easy to use resources for individuals, students, counsellors, psychologists and therapists. Resources include worksheets, audios, courses, templates, etc that facilitate personal change. These resources are catalysts for common human problems.