Stress Management Training Free Guided Relaxation Therapy
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Stress Management Training Free Guided Relaxation Therapy

Hi, I am Zahid the author of the website Live Life One, and a Qualified Mental Health Practitioner,

(BA Hons, PGcert PCMHP, certified NLP practitioner) Please read my profile.

The Contents of this eBook are as follows:-

  1. Trainer profiles
  2. Why this course has been created
  3. Who this course is for
  4. Overview of course
  5. The costs of stress; the facts
  6. What is stress?
  7. Recognizing stress
  8. CBT;
  9. Background and techniques
  10. NLP;
  11. Background and techniques

Help individuals to feel healthier, happier and more relaxed towards becoming more fulfilled and productive individuals.

We intend to make the course informative, interactive and fun.

Who this course is for?

  1. Employees
  2. Employers
  3. Individuals
  4. Anyone who wants to become more aware of stress and its affects
  5. Anyone who wants to learn how to cope with and prevent stress
  6. Anyone who wants to save money

The course provides an;

Introduce an understanding of what stress is

Awareness of how stress arises and affects individuals

Recognize the triggers to stress

Help individuals learn to manage their stress through Nuero Cognitive Training ©Zahid Piracha 2015 a unique combination of CBT and NLP techniques

1 introduction; Introduce the concept and background to stress, what stress is, its background and definitions, stress and distress

2 Awareness and recognition; Recognizing stress, Signs of stress, changes to look for, Triggers of stress in the workplace and in everyday life, Causes of stress in everyday life and in the workplace

3 introduction to approaches and techniques; NCT; Nuero Cognitive Training Introduction to CBT approaches and techniques, introduction to NLP approaches and techniques

4 CBT revisited; CBT approaches in more detail, Thought diaries, Relaxation methods, Sleep hygiene

5 CBT revisited; Sleep hygiene revisited analyse diaries and identify areas for change, Problem solving, worry postponement and dealing with worry; uncertainty and change

6 CBT revisited; Behavioural activation, Cognitive restructuring; Unhelpful thinking, unhelpful thinking styles, Review of CBT, CBT interventions learned so far, Introduce NLP, recap of intro for NLP and methods

7: NLP revisited; Enhanced NLP relaxation, Create a brighter future; goal setting techniques, Timeline, Anchoring

Find out more about my Stress Management Training eBook

and Free Guided Relaxation Therapy

Stress Management Skills Training Course Build Success in Your Life by Goal Setting, Relaxation and Changing Thinking

What is stress?

The Health and Safety Executive (H.S.E) have defined stress as ‘The adverse reaction people have to excessive pressure or other types of demand placed upon them’. The origins of stress can be linked to our primitive ‘fight or flight’ reaction to danger. People choose to stay and fight, leave or flee from, or freeze till the danger has passed; individuals react in the same way to real or perceived danger.

Exercise 1; Exercise; what is stress to you?

Think about what your own personal definitions of stress are.

Fight Flight Freeze

Within a matter of moments the body reacts to this perceived danger, you recognize a physical affect or perceive danger usually triggered by a thought, you feel scared or threatened. This affects your behaviour, and you might want to leave the situation you’re in or become agitated and restless if you can’t. Ultimately this leads to, and affects physical changes; adrenaline starts to be released into your system to fuel other physical changes. Your blood flow changes according to need. If you’re natural instinct is to run away from the situation your blood may flow towards your lower body, if your natural instinct is to fight your blood will travel to the muscles needed to fight; arms, chest etc. Your instinct to freeze and keep still will similarly lead to a shift in the circulation of blood. Whatever your body chooses to do your blood flow is being carried away from your head, stomach and other places it is not needed. The resulting physical reactions can be light headedness, sickness, cold clammy skin, hot and cold, sweaty palms palpitations or stronger, more irregular heart beat as your heart works harder. There can be many more effects and thousands of biological reactions in body and mind including the release of chemicals in your mind such as Cortisol which have been proven to have adverse health effects such as hypertension, heart disease diabetes etc.

You may of course be in a situation where you cannot fight or flight or even freeze such as in the workplace. This can be a worse situation because your adrenaline continues to be released until you make a decision and the adrenaline fuels changes in your body that you cannot extinguish so it materializes as nervous energy.

Good and bad stress

Stress is the ‘non- specific’ response to demands made upon the body which is the essence of what stress is (Selye 1975).Most demands on our body have a specific and unique effect. When exposed to heat, we sweat, when exposed to cold, we shiver. These actions within the body bring about specific responses that return it to a natural condition called homeostasis (Selye 1975). Any action requiring muscular effort places demands upon cardiovascular and musculature systems. The energy required to perform this sort of effort brings about a chain of specific responses. The heart beats faster, blood pressure rises to dilate vessels which increase the flow of blood to the muscles.

Don't forget your Stress Management Training Free Guided Relaxation Therapy

Yes Please send the Free Guided Relaxation Therapy Audio

Stress incurs substantial cost to the economy as a whole and to local business and SME companies.

Reduce the financial cost stress incurred to your company by;

Raising awareness of how stress develops

Helping individuals to recognize the signs and symptoms of stress

Educating individuals about the tools and techniques that can help them reduce their stress and therefore;

Prevent stress before it becomes a problem

Help individuals to feel healthier, happier and more relaxed towards becoming more fulfilled and productive individuals.

We intend to make the course informative, interactive and fun.

Stress Management Skills Training Course Build Success in Your Life by Goal Setting, Relaxation and Changing Thinking

What is stress?

The Health and Safety Executive (H.S.E) have defined stress as ‘The adverse reaction people have to excessive pressure or other types of demand placed upon them’. The origins of stress can be linked to our primitive ‘fight or flight’ reaction to danger. People choose to stay and fight, leave or flee from, or freeze till the danger has passed; individuals react in the same way to real or perceived danger.

Exercise 1; Exercise; what is stress to you?

Think about what your own personal definitions of stress are.

Fight Flight Freeze

Within a matter of moments the body reacts to this perceived danger, you recognize a physical affect or perceive danger usually triggered by a thought, you feel scared or threatened. This affects your behaviour, and you might want to leave the situation you’re in or become agitated and restless if you can’t. Ultimately this leads to, and affects physical changes; adrenaline starts to be released into your system to fuel other physical changes. Your blood flow changes according to need. If you’re natural instinct is to run away from the situation your blood may flow towards your lower body, if your natural instinct is to fight your blood will travel to the muscles needed to fight; arms, chest etc. Your instinct to freeze and keep still will similarly lead to a shift in the circulation of blood. Whatever your body chooses to do your blood flow is being carried away from your head, stomach and other places it is not needed. The resulting physical reactions can be light headedness, sickness, cold clammy skin, hot and cold, sweaty palms palpitations or stronger, more irregular heart beat as your heart works harder. There can be many more effects and thousands of biological reactions in body and mind including the release of chemicals in your mind such as Cortisol which have been proven to have adverse health effects such as hypertension, heart disease diabetes etc.

You may of course be in a situation where you cannot fight or flight or even freeze such as in the workplace. This can be a worse situation because your adrenaline continues to be released until you make a decision and the adrenaline fuels changes in your body that you cannot extinguish so it materializes as nervous energy.

Don't forget your Stress Management Training Free Guided Relaxation Therapy

Yes Please send the Free Guided Relaxation Therapy Audio


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