This course has been designed for anyone that wants to learn tried and trusted techniques for managing stress. How to be more resilient is evidence-based, informative, and teaches trusted techniques for managing stress.
This course is delivered by a Specialist Mental Health Nurse.
Our Training Manager coordinates all our courses with support from our Clinical Team.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Resilience is the process and outcome of successfully adapting to difficult or challenging life experiences, especially through mental, emotional, and behavioral flexibility and adjustment to external and internal demands.
Resilience is associated with greater job satisfaction, work happiness, organisational commitment and employee engagement. Raising resilience contributes to improved self-esteem, sense of control over life events, sense of purpose in life and improved employee interpersonal relationships.
Resilience can come in different forms. They include physical resilience, mental resilience, emotional resilience, and social resilience.
Stress is how we react when we feel under pressure or threatened. It usually happens when we are in a situation that we don't feel we can manage or control.
Feeling under pressure, facing big changes in your life, worrying about something, not having much or any control over the outcome of a situation, having responsibilities that you find overwhelming, not having enough work, activities or change in your life, experiencing discrimination, hate or abuse, going through a period of uncertainty.
Resilience is important for several reasons; it enables us to develop mechanisms for protection against experiences that could be overwhelming, helps us to maintain balance in our lives during difficult or stressful periods, and can also protect us from the development of some mental health difficulties and issues.