Resilience, Well-being & Mindfulness at Work
Date: 27/28 October 2018 Brighton 15 CPD Points
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The Certified training in Resilience, Well-being and Mindfulness at Work (and in life) ,gives you a qualification to demonstrate your competence in delivering training programmes in mindful stress management and well-being; coaching to groups or working on a one to one basis with individuals.
It has been designed to link in with thefive ways to Well-being initiative by the Government
and gives you the tools you'll need to be a competent instructor,helping both yourself and others
down the path toward relaxation, enhanced well-being and effective stress/anxiety management.
Module 1: Stress and the causes
1.1 What is stress and how it affects you (SNS & PNS)
1.2 Life stress from presentations to weddings!
1.3 The challenges of daily stress and longer standing traumatic events
1.4 Stress ‘is it what your thinking?’
1.5 Stress ‘maybe it’s how you’re feeling?’
1.6 Stress ‘is it all in the body?’
1.7 Stress ‘or is it in the way you act?’
1.8 Environmental stress, at home and at work
Module 2: Five Ways to Wellness as a model to giving non-medical advice
2.1 Connect - Why connecting with people around you enhances your well-being.
2.2 Be active – Let’s get physical! Exercising makes you feel good, exploring the proven benefits to support and enhance personal well-being.
2.3 Take notice – why noticing; being aware or mindful increases our sense of well-being.
2.4 Keep learning – how enjoying and achieving challenges enhances well-being and reduces stress.
2.5 Give – Improve relationships through the science of kindness – feel good by doing good. What is psychological is biological.
2.6 A balanced diet and good nutrition
2.7 Alcohol and Stress
2.8 Hydration and sleeping patterns
2.9 When to refer on
Module 3 – Biology and Beliefs – It’s all in the wiring
3.1 What is Mindfulness and how can it help me?
3.2 How can mindfulness help me re-wire for successful living?
3.3 How to enhance our well-being linking ‘biology and belief.’
3.4 Understand the mind/body connection to promote relaxation and release tension; and increase happiness and contentment.
3.5 Busting the myths around mindful meditation
3.6 Create a good foundation for health and well-being by tapping into your bio chemistry to self soothe and release oxytocin
3.7 Stimulate the brain to elicit positive triggers and actively strengthen the brains pathways toward contentment, self-confidence and calmer attitudes.
3.8 How to give accept yourself unconditionally and take preferred action
3.9 Exploration and inquiry into forgiveness and releasing blame to release anger and pain and promote an enhanced sense of well-being.
3.10 Ten Internal thoughts or images which lead to low confidence/self-esteem.
Ten Mental Patterns which support freedom and growth.
Module 4 - Living with acceptance and experiencing presence
4.1 How to connect subconscious healing to conscious though
4.2 Explore forgiveness and acceptance as the ultimate paths to wellness.
4.3 Mindfulness to overcome performance anxiety (exams/public speaking)
4.4 Practices for stilling the mind and releasing stress
4.5 Developing core strategies for centering and grounding
4.6 Mindful exercise to give and receive kindness and enhance well-being
4.7 Inner calm as the main goal – exploring non attachment
4.8 Inquiry and reflections on building self esteem and inner confidence
Module 6: Reduce stress, enhance well-being in the workplace
6.1 Why tackle Stress at work?
6.2 Health and Safety guidelines for Stress at work
6.3 Can personal values help?
6.4 Organisation problems caused by stress
6.5Ways to reduce stress in the worlplace
6.6 Workplace Stress Policy
6.7 Wellness initiatives to implement in the workplace
6.8 What makes a good Employee Wellness Programs
Module 7: Resilience – Emotional/Mental toughness
7.1 Emotional control
7.2 Internal dialogue
7.3 Emotional triggers and responses
7.5 Pattern Breaking
7.6 Reframing – Alternative endings
Module 8: Running your Wellness Training Sessions
8.1 Identifying your market, specialisation
8.2 Preparing a your training sessions
8.3 Preparing Handouts
8.4 Delivering your workshop
8.5 Evaluating your training session
8.6 Marketing your wellness programme
8.7 Choosing a venue
There are 60 hours of learning for the Diploma plus 22.5 hours of supervised skills development.
Assessment for the Diploma in Well-being Life Coaching at work occurs through:
- Supervised skills development practice
- 1 Training Session Plan (to be submitted within 2 weeks of training)
- 1 Manual review – 2 pages A4
- Delivery of ‘snapshot’ well-being session
COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants need to: Have acceptable qualifications, in related areas e.g. health professionals, HR professionals, well-being consultants and those working in the field of physical, mental or emotional well-being. Or be able to demonstrate that their accumulated knowledge and skills is equal to the requirements of the above.
Complementary Therapists Association
CThA Approved Core Therapy Status
All students that obtain a CThA Approved Core Therapy qualification will automatically be accepted as members.
All Approved Core Therapy therapies are automatically accepted for addition to the professional’s register of treatments and will be covered by our insurance.