Course length: 1 day (7 hours)
Max. number of attendees: 16
Training Provider: The Mental Health Toolkit by Suffolk Mind
Price: £150 per person
Stress Management is designed to help increase awareness of stress and the effect it can have on you and your team. It can also help to prevent stressful situations that may lead to poor mental and physical health among your staff.
Stress is a natural reaction to challenging life experiences and everybody may experience stress from time-to-time. However, exposure to stress over a sustained period of time can, if not addressed, result in damage to our mental and physical health.
Delivered and facilitated by a qualified trainer.
Stress Management will also help you:
- Reduce the costs of rising stress, anxiety and depression and related absence
- Gain practical tools and techniques to support your team
- Discover how you can create an emotionally healthy workplace
- Increase awareness of stress and the effect it can have on your team’s daily lives
- Help prevent situations which may lead to poor mental and physical health
The Stress Management course covers:
- An introduction to the Mental Health Continuum and how unmet needs trigger symptoms
- An understanding of our Emotional Needs and Resources, what we all need to be well and how we can take care of ourselves and those around us
- Practical tools and techniques to deal with stress and stressful situations
- The full day workshop includes The Essentials workshop
Make an enquiry today, and start the journey toward better stress management for you and your team.
Outcomes for Stress Management attendees:
- 100% agreed the course was a worthwhile investment of time
- 100% agreed the facilitators were approachable and helpful
- 100% agreed the topics covered were relevant
- 90% felt more knowledgeable of tools and techniques to lower stress levels
- 90% felt more knowledgeable of how to meet needs to be emotionally well
Net Promoter Score: 86% would recommend The Mental Health Toolkit training (national average NPS is 32%).
Based on data collected since January 2022.
For enquires and to make a booking, please visit The Mental Health Toolkit website.