We are living through times that most of us could never have imagined. Many of us are not in the best emotional shape facing increasing demands on our time, resources, and energy. It’s not surprising we may feel exhausted and on edge. Emotions matter for health and wellbeing – how we feel influences our bodies, including physical and mental health. Stress and pressure are associated with increased levels of cortisol linked to depression and cardio vascular issues. Learning to regulate unpleasant emotions and experience more positive emotions have been shown to have health benefits including greater resilience.
Benefits of this session to Primary Care colleagues:
- Gain knowledge about Barbara Fredrickson’s research in this area
- Explore the links between psychological wellbeing and physical wellbeing, productivity, engagement and resilience
- Undertake an emotional audit
- Learn how to maximise your positive emotions
- Apply tools and techniques to boost your emotional wellbeing
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