Manage My Stress
Work-related stress can have a big impact. You can’t sleep, switch-off when you get home and you feel way-off you’re A-game. When work gets on top of you, you feel grumpy, irritable and sometimes tearful. You might be worried about getting a bad reputation or worse, getting the sack.
Stress is a serious problem and it is important to get a handle on it before it leads to more serious problems. At Openforwards, we can help you manage stress, increase your confidence and fall in love again with your chosen career.
How we can help
We teach you ways to be less stressed and to handle your work-stress more effectively. We’ll help you:
- Identify your main sources of stress
- Assess how it negatively impacts your life
When you start working with us, you’ll get to:
- Learn about the psychological processes that maintain your stress
- Practice new strategies to help you overcome both the effects of stress
- Design and implement a system for building new habits in your professional and personal life
Our Psychology service takes a modern approach to stress management. You’ll find that many of the stress management programmes around use 1980s methods that are outdated and have proven limited success. We use a tried and tested stress management programme that gives you better results. What you’ll learn will reduce your stress and significantly improve your overall emotional and mental well-being.
Take An Online Course
Learn to handle your stress like a pro in this online course. Study in your own time and discover how to remain cool-headed under pressure. From £49.95, choose from course-only, with support or coaching.
Speak to a CBT Therapist
Overcome your struggle with stress and learn how to deal with it 1:1 with a CBT Stress-Specialist. Appointments available online and locally in Birmingham, UK
Are you looking for training for your whole team or department? See our range of popular commissioned training programmes where we come to you.
Not sure your problems are stress-related? Maybe it’s more to do with anxiety, depression, confidence or trust. Or do you think you might benefit more from relationship counselling? Just click the links to help you decide.