Please RSVP for this webinar by emailing Michele Laurin with the subject line "webinar."
Date & Time
Feb 16, from noon until 1:00 pm
- S-113 (lecture hall), Castlegar Campus
- P 315, Tenth Street Campus
- Room 310, KSA Campus
- First Aid Class Room, Nakusp Learning Centre
Consistently focusing on the negative side of an issue can greatly contribute to stress. When thinking this way, physical changes take place in the body’s chemistry increasing stress levels and affecting performance and well-being. This session will help participants understand the ways in which this seemingly automatic negative thinking occurs, recognize its typical manifestations, and develop a process for tackling negative thoughts effectively.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following:
- Define the term stress whirlpool.
- Understand how negative thoughts work and impact the body.
- Develop a strategy for combating negative thoughts and increasing their positive outlook.
What to Bring
Please bring a pen/pencil, paper and your lunch.
Duration & Delivery Method
One hour instructor-led seminar or e-learning or virtual classroom
People leaders and employees
Learn more about the series of webinars offered by the Wellness Committee.