Stress Management – Online Certification Course
Learn more about Stress Management with our online certification course
The aim of the course is to gain a more in-depth understanding of the subject “Stress Management”, to offer you practical guidelines, methods, and techniques to deal with stress. In the upcoming lectures, we will introduce you to stress phenomenon, Hans Selye’s contributions to stress description and differentiation, his views on the stages of a person experiencing stress, the physiology of stress, changes in the biochemical level in the body, stress at work, its causes, as well as the risk factors that trigger and deepen the stressful experiences, the risk factors associated with stress outside the workplace, the bio-psycho-social stress changes and the four levels through which we can manage and influence the stress and the appropriate steps for that. Thank you for your attention and wish you pleasant and fruitful minutes with our training.
The course consists of eleven textual modules. After you purchase the course, you will be able to access the course directly in your profile. To receive your certificate, you need to successfully pass all the modules of the training. After passing the test, it is necessary to declare your wish for a certificate by writing us an e-mail. After verifying your test results, your certificate will be sent to you directly via e-mail.
- Certified Course
- Online learning
- 24 weeks limit for completing your course
- What is stress?
- Physiological response of the organism.
- Тhe stages of Hans Selye.
- Workplace stress.
- Risk factors related to workplace stress.
- Risk factors related to stress outside the workplace
- Bio-psycho-social stress changes.
- The four levels of stress and methods for controlling and combating them.
- Social Workers
- Medical Practitioners
- Anyone Who Is Interested In: Stress Management
What is stress?
Physiological response of the organism.
Тhe stages of Hans Selye.
What is workplace stress?
First level of stress, methods for controlling & combating it: Physical health
Second level of stress, methods for controlling & combating it: Mental Health
Third level of stress, methods for controlling & combating it: Emotional Health