Created by Chris Sivewright
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 43 Lectures ( 3h 12m ) | Size: 3.62 GB
200 ways to reduce stress and depression (short and long term)
What you’ll learn
100 tips on reducing stress
100 tips on reducing depression
Longer term strategies for stress and depression
The factors within their control that can be affected to reduce the negative impact
Above all – this is a course with lectures, manuals and discussion. Talk through your progress!
None but a willingness – and time – to reflect.
This course is made up of three main sections as follows:Part 1:Depression definedTypes of depressionStress and causesHow stress and depression are linkedStrategies to reduce long-term depressionPart 2:100 tips on reducing stress (comes with a manual)Part 3100 tips on reducing depression (comes with a manual)If stress is reduced then this is likely to have a positive effect on reducing depression – and vice versa. The course includes 200+ things to try over two ten-day periods as well as suggestions for strategies to reduce LONG-TERM depression.This is very much a course of :a. giving you the tools with which to reduce stress/depressionb. asking for feedback and discussionc. sharing more toolsd. monitoring progressSome of the tips were trial-run on several thousand students and the conclusion was that rather than emphasise certain tips, to provide a manual for people to choose – and an encouragement to try, try and try them out. The Q/A is a valuable forum form discussion of ‘what works at this particular time’ for Person X – and to add suggestions from Person Y.With the long-term strategies clear suggestions are made but, by the very nature of being long-term, results will not be immediate.There is also a section on the news, using events recorded in mid-December 2023. So this is a highly interactive course with many many ideas and is right up to date!
Who this course is for
Everyone – especially the elderly, the lonely, the unloved, the rejected and those feeling particularly bad at this time of the year.