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Stress Management Workshop
Wed 10 May 2017, 10:00 – 16:00 BST
Understanding stress both in and out of the workplace
Recognising the signs, symptoms and causes
Identifying the stressors in your life
Working on your beliefs and values that effect how you see the world
Focusing your mind to think positively
Learn stress beating techniques and tool
Who is it for?
Directors, business owners, managers, workers, housewives, students, the list is endless. Basically anyone. We all experience stress in our work environment or home, the aim of the workshop is to help you deal with the situations so that all parts of your life are more balanced.
I was the stereotypical stressed out person 15 years ago when I ran a business. I was Tea maker, counsellor and negotiator and that was before I started a days work as the Finance Director. I had constant colds and by the weekend I felt totally exhausted. Most of the time I was there in body but not in mind, I found it hard to concentrate and forgot things, my work load grew as I spent more time being stressed and less time working. Sound familiar?
After I trained as a hypnotherapist 8 years ago I found that many of my clients who came for relationship issues, anxiety, phobias, pain and much more were actually suffering from stress related symptoms caused mainly through not having the balance in their life, having learned beliefs and negative thoughts.
Through my hypnotherapy training, my business experience, being a parent and generally being there and wearing that T Shirt I feel that I can make a difference to everyone who feels the pressures of everyday life.
Through hypnotherapy we can learn to reduce negative thoughts, recognise beliefs or imposed values, recognise the signs of stress and gain the tools to reduce the effects that stressful situations have on us.
The Stress Management Workshop is a fun, relaxing day giving you a chance to feel the benefits of being calm, relaxed and in control of your life.
For more information contact Jacquie on 07813595304 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org