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Emotional Resilience Training

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This can be an emotional course and a willingness to share with others is important. Whilst it is not necessary to reveal personal issues the attendees must be willing to engage with exercises. The aims: To explore our own resilience to emotional ‘stress’ triggers and methods of minimising the impact of emotional responses. • To share our own backgrounds and current stress factors • To understand why we respond to stress • To practice tools to help reduce stress • To know where to turn to for more advice and information.

This can be an emotional course and a willingness to share with others is important. WhilstiIt is not necessary to reveal personal issues the attendees must be willing to engage with exercises.
The aims: To explore our own resilience to emotional ‘stress’ triggers and methods of minimising the impact of emotional responses.
•    To share our own backgrounds and current stress factors
•    To understand why we respond to stress
•    To practice tools to help reduce stress
•    To know where to turn to for more advice and information.
 

When
May 13th, 2022 10:00 AM   through   1:00 PM
Location
Jackson Hall
Portland Place
Hastings, TN34 1QN
United Kingdom

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