How can we reduce stress at home and at work?

  • The ability to cope with stress effectively is a trait many resilient people possess. Like many aspects of resilience, stress is something that can be analysed so we can understand it better. We can then improve our tolerance through practice and experience.
  • High workloads, conflict, the breakdown of a relationship or bereavement are events that are widely known to cause stress. However, planning a wedding, organising a holiday or moving house can be equally stressful. It all depends on our own perceptions.
  • In our Coping with Stress eLearning course, we look at how to challenge those perceptions so a healthy amount of stress doesn’t become overwhelming and harmful. We also explore practical techniques that can reduce stress when things become too much for us.

Coping with Stress eLearning

Course duration – 45 minutes (approx.)

We believe stress is caused by a ‘vicious cycle’. Negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours are all interlinked, and have an impact on each other. The key to coping with stress is to break that cycle, and identify what we can change instead of combining all our setbacks into one seemingly insurmountable problem.

In the Coping with Stress eLearning course, we’ll begin by analysing what causes stress. We’ll then move onto how it can be reduced using cognitive techniques that will give us perspective over our problems. We’ve also provided some short exercises that will help you put an action plan into place to tackle your own stress.


£ 35
per licence (inc. VAT)

Course contents:

  • Module 1 - What is stress?
  • Module 2 - Identifying when we're stressed
  • Module 3 - How can you manage stress?
  • Module 4 - Challenging negative thoughts and feelings
  • Module 5 - Challenging negative behaviours
  • Your Action Plan

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