Want to learn how to better manage stress in the workplace and on a personal level? Book into this half day workshop on Thursday 23 February at the WA Centre for Rural Health on 9956 0200 now!
This Stress Management / Burn-Out Prevention workshop will help participants develop an awareness of stress and its effects on performance in the workplace, as well as on a personal level.
This highly interactive 3.5 hour training involves:
• Learning about the physical and psychological impacts of the stress
• Recognising personal stress signals
• Developing personal coping resources to manage stress more effectively
• Learning new stress management skills
About the facilitator
This workshop has been developed and is facilitated by WACRH’s Mental Health Academic Chantal Crinquand who has extensive experience in facilitating mental health workshops and comes from a background of mental health nursing and counselling.
Why do this workshop?
The Australian Bureau of Statistics reports that 1 in 3 adults suffer from moderate to extreme levels of stress, and workplace stress is now costing Australian employers more than $10 billion per year*. (*The Cost of Workplace Stress in Australia, Medibank Private, August 2008).
Employers are encouraged to support their employees to attend this workshop.
Group/workplace sessions can also be arranged.
Dates: Tuesday 5 June 2018
Venue: WA Centre for Rural Health -167 Fitzgerald St, Geraldton
Time: 9.00am - 12.30 pm
Tel: 9956 0200
Cost: $65 (cash only)
Morning tea provided.