This 1 hour programme provides information on the impact that traumatic bereavement and loss can have on the individual from an emotional, psychological and physical perspective. It is ideal for supporting people in sports bodies,workplaces, schools and colleges post traumatic deaths.
The promotion of employee well-being including mental health has benefits for employing organisations-in greater job and life satisfaction, decreased stress leading to increased productivity and profitability.
Critical Incident Stress Management(CISM) is an internationally recognised approach to supporting people who have been exposed to critical incidents. These are usually challenging events that have the potential to create significant human DISTRESS and can overwhelm one’s usual coping mechanisms.
This 1 day training course sets out to provide participants with a greater understanding of the impact that traumatic bereavement such as suicide, homicide or other sudden traumatic death has on individuals, families and communities.
This 1 hour training course looks at mental health in a community setting. The term mental health is often misunderstood and is often interpreted as referring to mental ill-health.
Organisational stress has been defined by Ross and Altmaier as “the interaction of work conditions with characteristics of the worker such that the demands of the work exceed the ability of the worker to cope with them“. Stress in the workplace is a growing problem leading to increased absences due to ill health, lower productivity, lower growth, a poorly motivated workforce, cynicism and burnout to name but a few of the effects of stress.
Stress is an everyday occurrence and a certain amount of stress is essential for us to be able to live our life as we wish and to achieve our life goals. Stress is your body’s way of responding to any kind of demand or threat.