This is a stress management training that helps individuals change the way they view stress to help boost resiliency and improve work-life satisfaction. Participants will learn how to identify the signs and symptoms of stress by looking at their thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and behaviors.
Mindful Eating Monday – With all that is going on in the world, and everyone working from/staying at home, stress and snacks are everywhere! Join Alison the Dietitian to learn how to practice mindfulness to reduce stress eating and thoughtless snacking.
Don’t forget to BYOS (Bring Your Own Snack) to walk through the mindfulness eating exercise live during the webinar!
This training will heighten awareness of the ways we communicate with our co-workers. Participants will identify communication strategies to overcome resistance and conflict. Also included will be an overview of common communication pitfalls, the use of non-verbal skills for greater impact, assertiveness skills, and specific techniques for managing difficult interactions.
This is an unprecedented and uncertain time in our lives. This training aims to provide some strategies for coping with stress during the pandemic. This training will review how to make and keep a routine, hobbies that you can try when you’re stuck at home, the importance of self-care, and tips for parents who are at home with kids. This training will give tips on how to remain calm and relieve anxiety.
This class will cover the basic principles of suicide risk, including who is at risk and how to identify signs of suicidality. Participants will also develop communication strategies to engage someone who may be at risk and where to go for help. For those interested in getting more involved in suicide prevention efforts, a list of community and national resources will be provided.
Participants will learn what self-care is, and how a failure to take care of oneself in one area can affect them in another area. A Self-Care Assessment Tool will be given to you to help you identify self-care strategies in the following areas: physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual and professional.
This workshop will equip participants with mindfulness tools such as progressive muscle relaxation, grounding exercises, mindful eating, deep breathing, meditation, guided imagery, gratitude and much more. There are many benefits to practicing Mindfulness such as improving reasoning and memory, maintaining balance with work, school, relationships and responsibilities as well as increasing happiness and a sense of purpose while developing a healthier lifestyle.
Anxiety affects more Americans every year than any other mental health disorder, but is also the disorder that can be treated most effectively. This class will outline approaches to anxiety management and reduction proven to work. Participants will learn about the physiology of anxiety, and will have the opportunity to try out techniques in class such as identifying core beliefs, breathing and relaxation, and anxiety acceptance. Participants will leave with an understanding of tools that can be used to reduce anxiety and how the therapeutic process can be used to support this process.
This overview of depression will consider its wide-ranging effects on an individual. Participants will engage in activities that allow them to learn to experience uncomfortable emotions and thoughts and continue to be in control of their day. Participants will benefit by understanding depression and learn tools to cope with the associated symptoms.
This workshop will teach participants the history of meditation, how to practice meditation, and how to overcome difficulties with meditation practice. Participants will become aware of how to use meditation to cope with stress, anxiety, depression and more. This class promotes relaxation, stress release, mind clarity and focus.