Short Course on Managing Stress
$199.00 Inc GST
Lessons, Quizzes, Final Test, Certificate
About this Course
Stop letting stress rule your life and get an understanding of the causes and ways in which you can manage stress in your life.
The Managing Stress short course is a 20 hour course that will guide you and help you understand the many aspects of stress, how it can affect you, your mind and body and help you with some methods to utilise to control stress.
Once stress reaches a certain level, it becomes unhealthy both physically and psychologically. Stressful life events have been known to trigger many psychological problems and disorders, not to mention the physical toll that it can have on your body.
Some topics covered in this course include understanding negative emotions, controlling stress, managing anger, understanding depression and anxiety, how to deal with shame, guilt and self doubt, coping with negative emotions at home and at work and most importantly, achieving balance.
Start today, learn today, learn when you like. You could finish this course in a weekend if you wanted or take a year- it’s up to you.
How does it work?
At the end of each lesson, you will be given a short interactive test to undertake, which will provide an indication of how your learning is progressing. Upon completing the very last lesson, you will be offered a more thorough automated test or examination. This final assessment can be undertaken at any time of day or night; and any day of the week; and if you achieve an overall pass (60% or more); you will be able to obtain a “certificate of completion” with your name and completion date on it.
Note: these short courses are self-guided online courses and are not to be confused with tutor-supported online courses.
Your TutorKaren Gail Ibanez, M.A. Clinical Psychology, B.Sc. Psychology
In 2007, Karen Gail worked as a psychometrician where she administered and interpreted psychological tests in a private neuro-psychiatric clinic and was promoted to junior psychologist after two years where her role changed to psychological assessment and evaluation. By 2009, she started giving training and seminars to affiliate companies of the clinic that she worked for. By 2011, she was promoted again as an assistant psychologist and started with the counseling practice which is one of the clinic’s services. Most of clients she had was for anger management, career counseling as well as family counseling. She resigned from the clinic after eight years but was asked to serve as the clinic’s consultant.
In 2010, worked as an assistant professor in a university where she taught courses in psychology as well as philosophy but mainly focusing on Psychological Testing and Development.