Managing Stress and Anxiety – How to feel calmer and more in control?
Do you frequently say “I’m stressed!”? Are feelings of overwhelm getting you down? Is anxiety controlling your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may also be experiencing physical symptoms of stress and feeling like your resilience reserves are depleted. This has an impact both personally and professionally.
In this webinar we’ll explore myths around stress and Lisa will show you how you can utilise your brain, body and environment to manage stress and reduce feelings of anxiety.
The aim of this webinar is to share evidence-based tips and strategies to help manage stress and anxiety.
In this webinar you will get:
✅ An understanding of stress and anxiety and how to promote a common language and understanding of wellbeing
✅ An understanding of how stress can impact us physically, emotionally and mentally
✅ How to recognize signs and symptoms of stress and anxiety in yourself and others
✅ Tools and strategies to manage stress using a bio-psycho-social perspective
Lisa JonesPsychotherapist, Counsellor, Health Coach and Mental Health Consultant
Lisa Jones is an award-winning, science driven, fact-based therapist, coach and passionate trainer who believes that prevention is better than intervention. She works in both the corporate and education sector teaching others the importance of brain health, resilience, stress management and emotional wellbeing as well as running a busy private practice (Lisa Jones Coaching).
Lisa Jones is a fully qualified and insured Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Health Coach and Mental Health Consultant registered with The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She is also a senior accredited member of The National Counselling Society and The Association for Coaching.
After graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy, Lisa Jones went on to work with adults to overcome addiction and mental health issues. Having experienced chronic ill health for many years, she developed a keen interest in brain health and the brain/ mind/ body connection.
Lisa Jones was fascinated by how our minds can influence our wellbeing an vice versa.
After overcoming her own health issues, she then specialised in the field of chronic ill health and stress.
Lisa Jones also went on to certify in Applied Neuroscience and Brain Health and Women’s Health and Neurobiology.