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Stress Management Workshop

A Step by Step Guide to Being Stress Free
Equivalent to five hours of individual therapy sessions focused on stress management in a workshop format

Take control of your stress and live a happier, more fulfilling life

If you've been feeling overwhelmed by life's demands, our stress management workshop is here to help. Developed by an experienced therapist who has worked with hundreds of individuals with stress, with years of experience specialising in stress management CBT, this workshop offers a wealth of techniques to effectively handle stress.

Limited time offer



What to Expect:

Efficient Learning: Our 16 modules are designed with your busy schedule in mind, each taking just 5-6 minutes on average. You can complete the entire workshop in just around 1 hour and 40 minutes, making it perfect for efficient and effective stress management.

Self-Paced: Take control of your journey with the flexibility to complete modules at your own pace. Tailor your stress management education to your schedule and unique needs.

Holistic Approach: Explore the mind-body-emotion-behaviour connection and understand how stress can affects all facets of life. Gain insights into your personal stress patterns, setting the stage for effective stress management.

Resources Provided: Engage in practical activities and access downloadable worksheets to transform knowledge into action.

Experienced Guidance: Benefit from the expertise of a CBT therapist who specialises in stress management. It's like condensing five hours of therapy into one transformative workshop.

One-Year Access: Enjoy a full year of access to our pre-recorded workshop, enabling you to revisit and reinforce your stress management skills whenever you need them.

What is Stress?

Stress is a natural response that occurs when we face challenges or demands that exceed our ability to cope. It's a normal part of life and can be triggered by various factors including work pressure, relationship issues, financial concerns, or major life changes.

When we experience stress, our bodies release hormones like adrenaline and cortisol, preparing us to react to the perceived threat or danger. While short-term stress can be beneficial, helping us perform under pressure, prolonged or chronic stress can have detrimental effects on physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.

Common symptoms of stress:

Physical: Headaches, muscle tension, fatigue, digestive issues.
Emotional: Anxiety, irritability, mood swings, feeling overwhelmed.
Cognitive: Difficulty concentrating, memory problems, racing thoughts.
Behavioural: Changes in appetite, sleep disturbances, withdrawal from activities.

Some statistics:

  • 79% of UK adults feel stressed at least 1 day a month (1)

  • 1 in 14 people (7%) in the UK say they feel stressed every single day (1)

  • The most common type of stress experienced by Brits is work stress, with 79% of respondents saying they frequently felt this type of stress., 60% of respondents frequently feel monetary stress​ and 48% experience family stress (2)

  • Stress-related work absences costs employers billions annually (3)

Minor illnesses: 38.5m working days lost
Musculoskeletal problems: 27.8m working days lost
Stress, depression, anxiety: 17.5m working days lost

  • 51% of adults who felt stressed reported feeling depressed, and 61% reported feeling anxious (4)





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Transform Your Life

From Stress to Success: 20 Ways our Workshop Will Help Change Your Life


  1. Reduce anxiety

  2. Reduce depression

  3. Increase emotional resilience

  4. Improve relationships

  5. Increase mental clarity

  6. Reduce risk of stress related illnesses

  7. Reduce fatigue and burnout

  8. Improve energy levels

  9. Resilience against negative thoughts and feelings

  10. Greater happiness and fulfilment

  11. Increased sense of purpose and direction in life

  12. Better concentration

  13. Healthier habits and behaviours

  14. Improve performance in work and personal life

  15. Better problem solving

  16. Increased productivity

  17. Greater efficiency

  18. A toolkit of strategies

  19. Improved adaptability in stressful situations

  20. Increased self-awareness

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What makes our workshop stand out?


Holistic Approach

Our workshop is grounded in evidence-based practices, drawing upon established techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Techniques which are supported by research studies proving their efficacy in reducing stress-related symptoms and improving overall wellbeing.


With a focus on evidence-based approaches, participants can trust in the effectiveness and reliability of the strategies offered, tailored specifically for stress management.


Designed to cover key strategies derived from evidence-based practices like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, our workshop ensures that essential techniques for stress management are accessible to all, regardless of their circumstances.


Unlike some workshops on the market, our workshops are delivered by experienced professionals trained in Psychology and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, who work with mental health struggles on a daily basis, thus ensuring the highest quality of content.


While we offer one-on-one therapy sessions for those seeking more individual, personalised support, our workshops provide an accessible alternative for individuals who may have time or financial constraints.


With our workshop, participants can still benefit from expert-led sessions while accommodating busy schedules and budget considerations.

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Who is this workshop for?

🎓 Students: Whether you're juggling university or college, our workshop empowers you to tackle stress head-on, enhancing your academic journey.

💼 Employees: If your struggling with workplace stress, want to elevate job satisfaction, achieve work-life balance and boost overall well-being this workshop will give you effective  CBT techniques for stress reduction.

🏡 Caregivers and Housepersons: Managing household responsibilities and caring for others can be overwhelming. Our workshop equips you with the tools to prioritize self-care while caring for others, offering valuable stress management tips.

🤯 Anyone Experiencing Stress:  Stress knows no boundaries. This workshop is for anyone seeking relief from stress, regardless of your background or circumstances. 

Workshop Reviews

Highly Recommend! The modules are easy to access, they don’t take long to complete. Great value for money. I have been able to reduce my stress a lot, so many things were covered that I did not even think about. Just what I needed!

I found this workshop great, it covers a range of strategies from multiple angles. Easy to go through. Well explained and to the point.

I did not ever really stop to think about all the things that were stressing me. Let alone think about the effects that the stress was having on my body. This insight was amazing. Things I have been experiencing for a long time have now started to make sense. The tools provided were great because they are things you can start changing on a daily basis. Would recommend this workshop to anyone wanting to manage their stress better.

Being a busy person, the self-paced format of this workshop was great, I could dip in and out of the modules. The content was nice and accessible. The editable worksheets were amazing. I feel better equipped to manage my stress.

What you will learn:

✅ You will understand the multi-faceted nature of stress.

✅ You will be able to identify and manage personal stress triggers using CBT techniques for stress.

✅ You will master the Stress Bucket analogy and learn to prevent overflow through effective stress management exercises.

✅ You will be able to implement relaxation and mindfulness techniques.

✅ You will discover the power of creative expression and gratitude practices.

✅ You will develop problem-solving and thought-challenging skills, crucial in CBT stress management.

✅ You will learn how to optimise time management and conquer procrastination.

✅ You will learn how to align your life with your core values and hence live a more meaningful and fulfilling life.

✅ You will learn how to create effective to-do lists and schedule effectively.

✅ You will discover how to prioritise self-care through sleep, nutrition, and exercise.

What will be provided:

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18 presentations delivered by a therapist covering key strategies
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Free downloadable resources

The enrolment process:


Click enrol now and sign up with email


Make payment and start workshop


Receive certificate upon completion 

Ready to discover the tools and techniques you need to overcome stress and live a happier and more fulfilling life?

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Limited time offer



    The NHS offers a range of psychotherapeutic services and CBT is a preferred treatment method for depression and anxiety. Unfortunately, with NHS services the waiting lists are long ranging from months to years and when you do get round to treatment you will only be able to access a set number of sessions, usually at set times and of a set frequency which may not be what you would like or need. This is why some turn to private treatment where there won’t be a wait and the times and frequency of sessions are what you need.
    When COVID started services were left with little choice but to practice remotely for a period, since then a lot of therapy is still being delivered remotely even within the NHS, because it works and has a number of positive benefits. For example, you save time spent travelling to get to a clinic, you can fit it around your existing schedule without having to block out large chunks of time, you’re getting professional help from the safety of wherever you want to do the sessions from, its accessible if you have physical limitations and if you opt for telephone sessions, you don’t have to show your face if you don’t want to. ​There’s numerous pieces of research out there which shows that electronically delivered therapy is just as effective than face to face therapy.​ Reference: (Luo C, Sanger N, Singhal N, et al. A comparison of electronically-delivered and face to face cognitive behavioural therapies in depressive disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis, EClinicalMedicine, 2020;24:100442. doi:10.1016/j.eclinm.2020.100442).
    Yes – all therapists work according to the strict confidentially guidelines of the BABCP. But there may be some occasions when a therapist would have to breach the confidentiality e.g. if they suspect that you or someone else may be at risk or if a court of law requests that they do so.
    We require your GP details to carry out our duty of care to you. We would not contact your GP without your consent to do so. The only exception to this would be where there is a concern about your safety.
    The easiest and quickest way is by paying via our online portal at the time of booking your session but you can also pay via bank transfer. All sessions are payable in advance of the session.
    Cancellations are fine as long as they are done 24 hours before the session time. Any cancellations within 24 hours of the session will be charged in full.
    If you are running late then you will be able to have what's remaining of the session but your therapist may not be able to extend the time due to other appointments following yours.
    Unfortunately we only work with those aged 18+
    Yes reports can be provided at an additional cost.
    Yes, we have bilingual therapists, please get in touch to find out more.We are also able to use interpreters at an additional charge.
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