“Stress is a Killer”
We know that too much stress impacts us in all sorts of ways as well as shortening our lives and making us more prone to physical & psychological illness. But what is stress? Why are we stressed? and what can we do about it?
This short talk will consider what is going on such that we choose to live our lives like this. How come we can get caught up in others’ stress and we will discuss options and strategies for reducing the stress in our own lives to enhance our own wellbeing.
Stress is often a choice but doesn’t always feel like it .
Speaker: Leilani Mitchell Dip Couns, CTA, UKCP Reg Psychotherapist, TSTA(P), MBACP (Snr Accrd Suprvsr)
Leilani is an internationally recognised Transactional Analyst specialising in Training, Supervision, Coaching, Education and Psychotherapy. Her passion is facilitating others to improve the quality of their lives whether by increasing personal insight and awareness, increasing skills or developing tools that empower others at home and work. Leilani is a founder and Director of The Link Centre and ex Chair of Trustees of UKATA (United Kingdom for Transactional Analysis).
In line with ‘Wellbeing Wednesday tradition’, there will also be time to network, natter and nibble. Meet other like-minded people, Link Centre tutors and current and past Link Centre students.
At 8.15 there will be a talk / questions and answers session on the Link Centre’s part-time Counselling and Psychotherapy courses for anyone that is interested.
Please double check website prior to leaving in case of last minute changes to the evening.
Future dates are 23rd January (Stress), 13th March (Self-Esteem), 15th May (Death Cafe), 10th July (Trauma)
Wednesday 23rd January 2019 – 7pm – 9pm
Stress is a Killer
Speaker: Leilani Mitchell
The Link Centre, Sussex Rural Business Centre, Plumpton College, Ditchling Road, Plumpton, East Sussex BN7 3AE
“When I asked around the TA community, the advice I had was that the Link Centre is one of the strongest training organisations in the UK.” Hugh Mason
23rd January 2019
13th March 2019
15th May 2019
10th July 2019