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When:

Fri 18 May 2012, 2:00pm–6:30pm

Where: Titirangi Community House, 500 South Titirangi Rd, Titirangi, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $52.00 ($50.00 + $2.00 fees)
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Listed by: amberec

Stress is a normal part of our physiological function; in fact it’s vital to our survival. But most people mismanage stress and become physically and mentally unwell when over-stressed, often developing addictive behaviours (the Internet, TV, food, alcohol etc.), without realising it is a negative way of coping or compensating.
By working with stress positively we can learn how to manage it adaptively and identify addictive patterns and ways to overcome them.

Run by highly experienced and well respected Psychologist and Integrative Therapist Amberley Meredith, this workshop is founded on 15 years of psychological research and active clinical work. It incorporates the latest scientific evidence-based theories, including (but not limited to) Neuroplasticity, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness practices.

This workshop is designed to improve the wealth a company by improving the health of its employees.

Course content:
Why do we experience stress, what is good stress & stress out of control?
Developing realistic strategies to pre-empt & deal positively with stress
What are addictive behaviours?
How do addictive behaviours evolve out of mismanaged stress & emotions?
Prevention and management of addictive behaviours

Combination of direct teaching, group participation, individual and small group exercises and self-directed learning.

Benefits

Individuals:
Knowledge of own stress limits & how to use them functionally
Adoption of positive coping strategies
Better self-care of physical & mental needs
Learn tools to help manage or cease addictive behaviours
Access to range of exercises to help improve stress management

Companies:
Improved productivity
Higher number of staff engaged
Reduction in absenteeism
Savings in staff sickness costs
Staff gain access to adaptive coping strategies

Tickets only sold until 11th May, places limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

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