One Day Stress Less Unicycle Effect Seminar

One Day Stress Less Unicycle Effect Seminar from Lisa Walsh - Psychologist - The Wellbeing Company

By: Lisa Walsh - Psychologist - The Wellbeing Company  23-Apr-2011
Keywords: Stress, Speaker, Postive Psychology

Focuses on the latest evidence based research from the fields of positive and organisational psychology and helps participants recognise whether they are floundering or flourishing and how to make beneficial changes in their lives. Toxic stress takes many forms and the seminar addresses toxic criticism, thoughts, goals, emotions and the stories we tell in order to continue stressing. In a dynamic and interactive way Lisa equips delegates with stress busting tools and information to help them eliminate their toxic reactions to stress. The seminar also educates delegates about Emotional Intelligience (EQ) and how they can use their EQ to excel in business and beyond.

Keywords: Postive Psychology, Speaker, Stress,

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