Psychological Wellbeing and Resilience

very relaxed carer reading a book, smiling and happy - Psychological Wellbeing and Resilience Training Course
Course No. 1067

£295.00 ((Ex VAT))

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  • Online - Zoom 2 hour(s)
  • Up to 12 delegates
Available Funding:
Self Funded
Silver VIP Customers: 2 VIP Hours
Gold VIP Customers: £0.00

Course Outline

The post-Covid years have been intensely challenging for the world population, our staff, our clients and their families. Therefore, this workshop begins by exploring the causes of workplace stress and how to support others to improve wellbeing.

In the dynamic and demanding field of healthcare, recognising and effectively managing stress is essential for fostering a healthy work environment and ensuring the highest quality of care. The “Psychological Wellbeing and Resilience” course has been meticulously designed to empower care professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the challenges of their roles while prioritising mental and physical health.

Recognising the Signs of Stress:
Understanding stress is the first step toward managing it effectively. This module explores the multifaceted nature of stress, for instance, delving into its physical, mental, and emotional manifestations. Participants will gain insights into recognizing subtle signs early on, allowing for timely intervention to prevent negative impacts on individual well-being and ultimately, team dynamics.

Understanding and Engaging with Behavioural Changes:
Stress often manifests through observable behavioral changes. This course equips participants with the tools to identify such changes and, more importantly, provides strategies for engaging with individuals in a supportive manner. Effective communication techniques will be explored, enabling healthcare professionals to facilitate positive behavioral changes and maintain a compassionate approach in stressful situations.

Impact of Stress on Care Quality and Continuity:
Participants will explore the direct correlation between stress levels and the quality of care provided. By recognizing how stress affects not only individuals but also the broader healthcare team and service delivery, attendees will be equipped to implement strategies that mitigate these impacts. Emphasis is placed on maintaining a resilient and supportive team environment to ensure continuous high-quality care.

Promoting Psychological Wellbeing:
This module focuses on proactive measures to promote psychological wellbeing. Participants will explore the various elements contributing to mental and physical health, including mindfulness, self-care, and stress-reducing techniques. Practical strategies for integrating these elements into daily routines will be discussed to foster a holistic approach to healthcare professionals’ well-being.

Practical Skills and Resilience Toolkit:
The course concludes with a comprehensive exploration of practical skills and tools that individuals and organizations can employ to support themselves and their colleagues. A resilience toolkit is provided, encompassing actionable strategies to enhance personal resilience, reduce anxiety, and increase coping mechanisms. Leave this wellbeing course with tangible skills to navigate the challenges of the care profession while maintaining their own well-being.

Target Audience:
This course is tailored for care professionals at all levels, including but not limited to nurses, doctors, administrators, and support staff. It is relevant for both individuals seeking personal development and organisations aiming to foster a resilient and supportive workplace culture.

In a health and social care landscape marked by constant change and high-pressure situations, this course offers a holistic approach to stress management and wellbeing, ensuring that healthcare professionals can continue to deliver exceptional care while prioritizing their own mental and physical health.

  • Define workplace stress​
  • Describe the impact of stress on the body​
  • Explain the common causes of stress​
  • Recognise the signs and symptoms of workplace stress​
  • Understand behavioural changes resulting from stress and how we can effect positive behavioural change​
  • Recognise the impact of stress on the quality and continuity of care of individuals, the wider team and service overall​
  • To promote psychological wellbeing and the different elements that contribute to our mental and physical health​
  • To identify practical skills which can be used by individuals and organisations to support yourself and colleagues including a toolkit to enhance reliance, reduce anxiety and increase coping mechanisms

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