Programme to help with stress control available online from today, 11 May, via Stresscontrol.org

Brigid Geoghegan
Brigid Geoghegan • 13 May 2020

Programme to help with stress control available online from today, 11 May, via Stresscontrol.org

Stress Control is an evidenced based programme that teaches you practical skills to deal with stress.

 

The programme covers topics including:

  • how stress affects our bodies and our thoughts,
  • skills to overcome panicky feelings,
  • and tips to getting a good night’s sleep.

 

This programme includes six modules which will be broadcast at scheduled times for 3 weeks. Each module will be broadcast 4 times (2pm and 8.30pm Mondays/Tuesdays or on Thursdays/Fridays).

 

Go to Stresscontrol.org and subscribe at no cost to the Youtube channel so you will be updated when the next module will be broadcast.

 

At this very challenging time Stress Control is a proven and effective way to improve mental wellbeing.

 

You may wish to share the information about this programme with your family and friends to encourage their participation.

 

This is the second roll out of these online classes following great feedback and engagement from the public and staff.

 

The initial programme had an average audience of circa 6,500 viewers tuning into each session from across the UK and Ireland. Encouragingly 62% of viewers were Irish, represented across all ages from 18 to 65 years old. The majority of participants were in the 35 – 64 year old age group. Women represented 75% of participants. Overall, these metrics demonstrated the interest and engagement with the programme among the Irish public.

 

Join the conversation on social media @HsehealthW at #StressControlIrl

.Health&Wellbeing@hse.ie

 

Need information and advice on COVID-19? Go to www.hse.ie/coronavirus

 

https://stresscontrol.org/