Is feeling stressed taking its toll on your mind, body and general health? You are not alone. Recognising and dealing with stress can be a hard cycle to break.
Stress is a reaction to feeling under pressure, and everyone feels stressed sometimes.
However, stress is something which can be managed via your thinking. If you can train your mind to think right and think positive, you’ll be able to cope with stress better.
This year we’ve made it our mission to help the women of Liverpool step BEYOND stress, because we all need a helping hand sometimes.
Our FREE one-day course is open to women living in the Liverpool City Council area who are dealing with stress, living with a health condition or a disability. And this summer, we’re taking Step Beyond Stress on the road to a number of venues throughout Liverpool:
Stoneycroft Children’s Centre – 15th July, 12 – 3pm
Anfield Children’s Centre – 17th July, 9:15 – 12:15pm
The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James Street – 18th July, 10 – 3pm
Clubmoor Children’s Centre – 22nd July, 10 – 1pm
Ellergreen Community & Early Years Centre – 7th August, 10 – 1pm
The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James Street – 5th August, 10 – 3pm
PAL Centre – 8th August, 11 – 2pm
Women’s Advice Centre – 14th August, 9:30 – 12:30pm
Felicity House – 20th August, 10 – 1pm
WHISC – 22nd August, 1:30 – 4:30pm
The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James Street – 3rd September, 10 – 3pm
This course covers:
- The signs, symptoms and causes of stress
- What stops us caring for ourselves?
- Lifestyle changes
- The ability to categorise reasons for stress
- How to develop coping strategies
If you’d like to find out more about Step Beyond Stress or book a place, please contact the venue directly using the phone number below.
This course is part of the Citizens Advice on Prescription: Ways to Wellbeing Liverpool programme.