Is it possible to build resilience to stress?
Resilience has become a buzzword in mental health and corporate well-being – but what does it mean and why are some people more resilient to stress than others?
Discover important insights that will help to inform your work and bring much needed clarity to the topics of stress and resilience.
Human givens psychotherapist, Julia Welstead explains the scientifically-sound answers to these important questions and an insightful view that will increase your understanding of “resilience” – allowing you to make more informed decisions and interventions.
Your no-nonsense approach is always refreshing. I just wish more people knew about and practiced the human givens approach.HG Student
What will you learn
- What “resilience” & “stress” really mean and where resilience comes from
- A more helpful and sound alternative to the flawed concept of “good stress”
- How we can build resilience in a way that is healthy – and how organisations can contribute to this in the workplace
- An important model that will help you understand – and explain – stress and resilience
- A number of practical ways to immediately reduce stress levels – useful for yourself or to teach others
Who is this webinar suitable for?
- You – if you want to know the best ways to help people who are suffering from stress – whether for professional or personal reasons
- HR consultants, HR managers, wellbeing officers, psychotherapists, counsellors, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, doctors, psychiatric nurses, occupational therapists, health visitors, nurses, pastoral workers, social workers, youth workers, trainee counsellors, psychology students, etc.
- Anyone wanting to know more about the latest effective strategies for alleviating emotional distress that incorporate the latest insights from neuroscience
I really liked it, clear explanations and helpful suggestions on how to reduce stress and stay in the optimum zone. Motivated me to find a little time each day to do something really relaxing. Thanks.Pau
Useful information, clearly presented and easily understood.Maurice
In a nutshell, a very clear and understandable explanation of the relationship between stress and resilience and how we need both.Anna Maria