Study Stress Management at home -Learn to Relax -Stress control, Stress management course
Stress is modern man's constant enemy. As life becomes more and more hectic, people work longer hours under greater time constraints, with less recreation time. Consequently more and more people struggle to cope with their stress levels. With proper self awareness and management techniques stress levels can be lowered, perceptions altered and responses improved.
This course prepares the graduate to manage their own stress, and support others to manage their stress.
- Causes of stress - physical changes that occur in the body as a result of stress, short term and long term problems, cumulative affect of stressors.
- Understanding relaxation - fostering an easy living attitude, putting stressors behind you -forgiving yourself.
- Common drugs and their relationship with stress: short term and long term affects (Alcohol, cigarettes, cough mixtures, decongestants, headache tablets etc).
- "Self Esteem" (how we feel about ourselves) is influenced by many factors. A person's upbringing, peer group pressure, current employment, physical appearance and so on, all interact to help determine how we feel about ourselves.
- The effect of our career and our mindset around our career and its effect on stress.
- Improving decision making - Problem Solving techniques, Self Assurance and Insecurities
- The impact of diet and lifestyle factors on stress.
- Relaxation techniques - which ones are most suitable for you or your client?
- Understanding what type of person you are; and living with that knowledge - undertake an inventory of your own personality, and gain insights into yourself
There are 8 lessons in this course:
- Body Changes
- Easy Living
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Self Esteem
- Managing Your Own Career
- Security and Decision Making
- Relaxation & Nutrition
- Personal Style Inventory
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.