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Learn about stress mapping and how to sensitize yourself to potential stressors in the environment by studying the course Stress Management - Dealing with Personal Stress. You will learn mays to manage your own stress such as writing a stress journal and analysing your own personal stress. Learning how to react with your own stressors will help you to cope more efficiently with stress and this course could help you to avoid stressful situations altogether.
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This course will also inform you on the difference between internal and external locus of control. You will be able to assess whether you have an internal or external locus of control and how this affects the decisions you make.
Next, you will learn how to differentiate between stress and anxiety. You will learn how behaviours are related to anxious thoughts and how to manage these thoughts. You will also learn about assertiveness and how your reaction to different situations can be seen as aggressive or passive. This course will complete by informing you why addressing your stress will help you to overcome your stressors.
This course will be of great interest to all learners who would like to learn techniques for dealing with personal stress.
Module 1: Personality Patterns in Stress
Understanding Your Stress Level
Role of Personality Patterns, Self Esteem, Locus of Control
Module 3: Stress Management - Dealing with Personal Stress Assessment
Module 2: Roles of Thoughts, Beliefs, and Emotions
Having completed this course you will be able to: - Explain how to assess your stress level. - Describe what stress mapping is. - Explain how self-esteem can be improved. - Describe different personality scales. - Explain how to assess your own personality type. - Distinguish between type A and type B personality reaction. - Explain the relationship between thoughts, mood, and behaviour. - Describe how thoughts work in anxiety. - Define how behaviours are related to anxious thoughts. - Describe how to manage anxious thoughts. - Explain what assertiveness is.
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Free, Online Stress Management - Dealing with Personal Stress Course
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