Stress at work is occupational disease number 1. More than a million people are at risk of burnout and other work-related mental illness every year. 36% of absenteeism is due to work stress.
Everyone has to deal with it at home or at work: stress. Stress is a natural, healthy response of the body. In fact, we need a certain amount of stress to function properly. Long-term stress, however, can lead to all kinds of health problems, reduced productivity and absenteeism. It can also worsen existing (physical) complaints.
Relaxation, exercise and a healthy lifestyle reduce the negative effects of stress and improve health. While everyone has the natural ability to relax, many people don’t take enough time to do so. Sometimes this is a skill they have to relearn. Ultimately, this will lead to a reduction in absenteeism, more motivation, better performance and more job satisfaction.
Precisely because everyone has to deal with stress differently, the personal experience is central to stress management. Before people can change their behavior to reduce stress, they must first recognize and acknowledge their stress.
- Insight into perceptions and beliefs in relation to stress
- Practical knowledge about stress and stress regulation
- Easily applicable techniques to “manage” stress (also in situations where you have to perform under pressure)
- A personal stress management plan
- More peace, energy and balance
- Positive stress, negative stress, and chronic stress
- Cause, risks and complaints
- What does stress do to our body and brain
- Stress in relation to movement, sleep, nutrition, breathing
- Personal strategies for dealing with stress better
- Relaxation techniques, breathing exercises and biofeedback
- How can you apply new insights and skills
- Stress Management Using Biofeedback
- Create a personal action plan
The method is no nonsense, scientifically based, interactive, practically applicable and experience-oriented. We tailor a program depending on the objectives of the organization and / or wishes of the participant.
- Individual mental coaching (online/by phone or on location)
- Open registration
- Plenairy training stressmanagement