Suitable for: All What does this mean?
Wellbeing at work is becoming increasingly more important. Encouraging ‘wellbeing at work’ positively impacts on employee’s engagement and performance.
Worry is distressing in itself and it also impairs a person’s ability to resolve problems. Some people have got into the ‘habit’ of worrying – as soon as one problem is resolved they find the next one.
We live in demanding times. Sometimes it is difficult for individuals and companies to acknowledge just how stressful things are – everyone wants to be seen as coping well with the pressures that are placed on them.
This course explores what is meant by wellbeing and considers how organisations could better promote wellbeing in the workplace.
It will explore what it means to be “serious about wellbeing” and how this impacts on organisational practices. It will explore different tools and techniques with real life good practice examples.
- What does worrying mean?
- The vicious cycle of worry
- Types of worry
- Why suppression and rumination are counterproductive
- The measurement and recording of worry levels
- Behavioural interventions: The worry period; assertive habit-breaking; time structuring; goal setting
- Five areas approach to wellbeing
- Problem solving methods
- Interventions involving manipulation of the surroundings, examining and reducing stressors.
Course methods include presentation, discussion, case studies and practice exercises.
Who should attend?
This course is appropriate and useful for all staff working across your organisation.
Tahira Hussain (MBPsS), has extensive experience working in the statutory and voluntary sector. She had a 22-year career in social work, mental health, community development and housing. Having worked in the social housing sector as part of an equality and diversity unit, Tahira has a successful track record in consultancy, training and project management. She is a graduate member of British Psychological Society (BPS) and the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). She has worked as a mental health professional practitioner for a number of NHS Trusts nationally and is a private therapist providing assessment and treatment services to individuals, legal firms, schools and corporations. She is a qualified trainer on safeguarding, professional boundaries, equalities, stress management and personal development. As a freelance consultant her clients include local authorities, the education, health and housing sector nationwide.
We can bring this course to you.
If you have five or more staff interested our in-house training offers great value for money.
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