Stress Management
and Stress Reduction

10 – 12 May 2023
Sandton Centre Johannesburg South Africa

Stress Management and Stress Reduction

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R8, 999.00 Per Delegate

Online R 6,999.00 Per Delegate

Course overview:

Stress is universal. Evermore people are confronting stress, overload, and the strain of time limitations in their lives. Some stress is essentially good because it stimulates you to face challenges. However, excessive ongoing stress causes a constant stimulation of the body’s stress reaction system.

It is vital to realize when we are in a state of Distress. 50% of absenteeism at work is a direct or indirect result of stress. And in this competitive world, the pressure to perform and be the best at work, family, and social areas increases as the years go by and reduces the lifespan of the individual struggling to fight stress.

By successfully carrying out the principles learned in this program, you will be able to bring to equilibrium your brain hemispheres and meridians. This will allow you to attain the maximum level of relaxation and prevent stress in the process.

Course Objectives:

By the end of the Stress Management and Stress Reduction Training Course, the participants of this curriculum will be able to:

    • Comprehend the basic rules of stress management
    • Understand your stress-triggers and controlling them
    • Develop proactive reactions to stressful conditions
    • Use tips for managing stress in job, family and social life
    • Learn to handle stress through lifestyle changes
    • Develop an effective plan to diminish and curtail stress
    • Understand the intangible issues linked to stress
    • Interpret the psychological mechanisms linked to stress
    • Learn the major foundational therapies used for stress management
    • Learn the mindset designed for relaxation
    • Understand relaxation and its clinical applications
    • Learn the psychophysiological perspectives of anxiety and stress
    • Learn the basics of respiratory therapy to effectively control stress
    • Pharmacological methodologies that can help in overcoming stress

Targeted Audience:

This program is designed for individuals and professionals who are working in stressful ecosystems. This is most suitable for managers, supervisors, team leaders, top management officials, target driven workforce and any other professionals who require to understand the harmful effects of stress on their physical, mental and emotional health; and learn the advanced strategies and techniques to overcome stress and achieve an improved lifestyle.

Any individual under pressure and who experiences the negative impact of stress, and those who want to become support systems to their colleagues and organization should attend this program.

Course Outline:

Module 1

    • Stress and Stress Management: Defined
    • Origins and Causes of Stress
    • Common Signs of a stressed-out Individual
    • Common Signs of a Stressful Situation
    • Recognizing and Managing Stress
    • Transforming stress to Motivational energy

Module 2

    • The Physiology of Stress
    • The HPA Axis
    • Cortisol and Stress Hormones
    • Brain Science and Stress
    • Adrenal Fatigue
    • Levels of Stress

Module 3

    • Internal Triggers of Stress
    • Thoughts and emotions
    • Negative thinking
    • Positive thinking Mindset
    • Anxiety and Worry
    • Anger Management
    • External Triggers of Stress
    • Family and Work Balance
    • Parental strain
    • Lifestyle habits and behaviours
    • Work burnouts

Module 4

    • Controlling mental overload
    • Techniques to stay calm and focused
    • Mastering making choices: Learning to Say NO/ Cost of saying YES
    • Change Challenge and Management
    • Getting Organized and Time Management
    • Prioritizing Tasks and People
    • The ASAP (‘As Soon As Possible’) Trap

Module 5

    • Medical Approach to Stress – Drugs
    • Non-Medical Approach to Stress – Holistic Therapies
    • Physical Effects of Stress
    • The Brain: Cerebral Lateralisation
    • Autonomic Nervous System
    • Auto-Immune Disorders and
    • Cardiovascular System
    • Hypertension
    • Respiratory System Disorders

Module 6

    • Handling Subjects: Extreme Stress
    • Checklist of Possible Problems
    • Communication Cycles
    • Opening the Bridge of Communication
    • Trauma – T1, T2, and T3
    • Trauma Process
    • Relaxation Process for Trauma
    • Defining and Treating Phobias
    • Eight Horizons of Survival
    • Reacting and Responding to Reactions

Module 7

    • Stress Management Treatment Techniques
    • Relaxation through Breathing
    • The Respiratory System- Breatheology
    • Respiration and The Nervous System
    • Diaphragmatic Breathing and Counting the Breaths
    • Exercise and Muscular Relaxation
    • Nutrition and Diet for Stress Management
    • The Mind/Body Connection

Module 8

    • Physical Symptoms of Stress
    • Psychosomatic Stress Illness
    • Mental Symptoms of Stress
    • Psychology: The Study of the Mind
    • Rules for Stress Reduction
    • Immediate First Aid
    • Need for Medical Professionals

End of the workshop


While both In-House and Online training can present with cost-effectiveness and time-efficacy, there are some very specific differences between in-house courses and those based online.
The demand for additional courses by individuals or groups of people is increasing. Still, it depends entirely on the preferences of a person what type of training he or she wants to receive. Online courses and in-house training carry some similarities but they are considered to exhibit some very pivotal differences too. Despite that, both types of learning can be really beneficial for attendees.

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