Greetings Colleagues,

ONLY 8 SEATS REMAINING FOR THIS WORKSHOP

No matter where your professional focus may be, stress and the impact it has on our clients is an ever present factor in clinical practice.

Most referrals from medical professionals for psychological intervention are based on the assumption that the person's symptoms are stress related. Even prominent psychological disorders such as depression and anxiety are well known as being impaired by poor stress management on behalf of the client.

Understanding the impact of stress, not only on the psyche but also on the body has really empowered me as a psychologist to better understand and treat clients that present with stress related issues.

I look forward to presenting an HPCSA accredited workshop which tackles Stress, Burnout and Adrenal Fatigue as it is relevant to mental health practitioners.

Please join me this exciting workshop by clicking on the link below for more information and to book your seat.

First 20 bookings will receive an EARLY BIRD BONUS "Beating stress" gift pack.

Kind regards,

Dr. Lauren Moss
Counselling Psychologist
082 925 0711
www.counsellingpsych.co.za
www.amazinglife.co.za
lauren@counsellingpsych.co.za

 

Research shows that Stress impacts up to 80% of the population.  With 28 to 59% of these individuals being unable to successfully manage their condition, their health status very quickly slips to one of chronic stress or adrenal fatigue.

 

The team at Amazing Life are passionate about de-mystifying stress and burnout.  
We want to share what we have learnt through extensive research and our personal experiences to help you help your clients to manage stress and beat burnout. 
Read on to see how you can better equip yourself to support your clients and get the inside scoop on our Beating Burnout workshop series.  

UNDERSTANDING
STRESS, BURNOUT & ADRENAL FATIGUE

A CPD WORKSHOP FOR
PSYCHOLOGISTS, REGISTERED COUNSELLORS & PSYCHOMETRISTS

10TH MARCH 2018  |  FERNDALE, RANDBURG |  08H00 - 14H00
ACCREDITATION # PSB002/064/01/2018  |  5 CEUs
Stress is an undeniable part of our modern life. How stress impacts our body and our mind is fast becoming one of the most talked about health topics.
In clinical practice stress can be a consequence of the mental illness a client is presenting with or it can be a contributing factor. Either way it is crucial for practitioners and clients to better understand stress in order to adequately treat it.
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LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR BEATING BURNOUT WORKSHOP SERIES