Event Title Event Dates
Enhancing Your Resilience Understanding and Coping with Stress 04/02/21

Course Closed
Training Area Researcher and Academic Development Specific AreaPersonal Qualities (B1)
Course Type Workshop
Closing Date 01/02/21
Main TrainerJoan Muszynski
Target background requirements
Student Year 1; Student Year 2; Student Year 3; Student Year 4; Student Year 5; Student Year 6; Student Year 7; Student Year 8; Student Year 9; Student Year 10; Student Year 11; Student Year 12; Student Year 13; Student Year 14; Student Year 15; Blended Off Campus; Distance Learning; Distance Learning Other; Full Time; Full Time Other; Part Time; Part Time Other; Writing-Full Time; Writing-Part Time
Workshop summary
Our overall resilience and wellbeing is impacted by our ability to manage our stress levels in our increasingly busy lives. A certain level of stress is necessary to motivate us. Some people cope whilst others find it all too much. Why is this? To some extent it is not the stress that is important, but what we do with it.

This workshop provides a starting point that will help you to identify the main physical, psychological and behavioural symptoms of stress. It will enable you to develop better coping strategies and practice some simple methods that will make you feel calmer and more in control. Looking at a variety of coping methods, it will help to start the process of changing how you react to and cope with stress. It will help you to plan towards what you need for a better balance, to be more resilient, happier, healthier and more productive.

Aims and Objectives
By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
Understand the different types of stress;
Understand the causes of stress;
Develop an understanding of the personal impact of stress;
Be more aware of negative coping methods;
Learn positive coping methods and strategies;
Learn practical methods for managing your stress;
Plan how you will deal with stress in the future.

Pre-session Requirements

On-the-Day Details
Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the start of the workshop.

Researcher Development Framework (RDF)
B1 - Personal Qualities