Stress Management Training

Stress Management Training

Stress Management Training is a vital component of managerial training  conducted by DITC. We focus on teaching stress management techniques which have been helping employees to handle everyday situations in a more constructive manner.

In our training programs the goal of stress management is to bring your nervous system back into balance, giving you a sense of calmness and control in your life. Controlling your life means balancing various aspects of it – work, relationships and leisure – as well as the physical, intellectual and emotional parts. People who effectively manage stress consider life a challenge rather than a series of irritations, and they feel they have control over their lives, even in the face of setbacks.

Richard S. Lazarus defined stress as “a condition or feeling experienced when a person perceives that demands exceed the personal and social resources the individual is able to mobilize.” Stress is a normal physical reaction that occurs when you feel threatened or overwhelmed. Hence managing stress is very important. It is critical to understand that the perception of a threat is as stressful as a real threat. With increasing demands of home and work life, many people are under enormous stress.

Stress is the point of imbalance when the tension being sustained feels too great. The stress response narrows your ability to think clearly and function effectively. It can disable you physically and emotionally. Hence it is very important to constantly use stress management techniques to help in managing stress.

Through our Stress Management Training, participants have been able to gain a better understanding of themselves and their response to stressful situations. This has enabled them to effectively function in all areas of their life.

Stress Management Techniques

 We focus on the following aspects of stress:

  • The Integrated Stress Response
  • Stress and Health
  • Stress and its Impact on Thinking
  • Stress and productivity
  • Management of Stress
    • Action-oriented skills: These skills relate to situations which you have the power to effect change
    • Emotionally-oriented skills: These skills relate to situations which you can manage stress only by changing the way you feel about it
    • Acceptance-oriented skills: These skills relate to situation which your focus must be on surviving the stress