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shutterstock_328565012‘PsyFlex 6’ – Our online training program is a six week course, based on Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT)

Dr Russ Harris, an internationally renowned specialist in the field of ACT and consultant to the World Health Organisation has specifically developed this unique training for the demands of the modern workplaces.

 

Easy to use in any environment, this training provides participants with a comprehensive grounding in ‘psychological flexibility’, to help them build resilience, reduce stress, increase life satisfaction, enhance relationships, and improve performance.  See interview with Dr Russ Harris

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‘Psyflex 6’, is based on the best selling self-help book ‘The Happiness Trap’, which in turn is based on Acceptance & Commitment Training. It is a self-development course in building personal resilience and wellbeing, delivered as six 1-hour modules. – Click here to see review of ‘The happiness Trap’  in Oprah Magazine. See more about The Happiness Myths.

Once you start the course, you will be able to access it at your leisure, and the content will be available for 10 weeks.

 

 

 

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Participants will also receive a comprehensive workbook, additional tools, and recordings of brief mindfulness exercises for future use. This training is aligned with ACT Companion – The Happiness Trap App, so participants can continue practicing skills, after they complete this training.

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To find out more or corporate rates contact us on 042149976 or email: [email protected]

This online training is easy to use in any environment, and is useful for all employees – as both an organisational prevention strategy and an early intervention strategy. Researches show that ACT based training increases employee resilience which in turn increases engagement, improves productivity, increase customer service outcomes and reduces absenteeism.

Unlike other resilience training programs which focus primarily on recognising the symptoms and pathology of mental illness, PsyFlex 6 focuses on the development of psychological wellbeing and building skills to live life to the full in the face of its many challenges. 

Participants will develop practical skills and knowledge that will empower them to effectively manage their own psychological responses to challenging situations and also enable them to support others. This online training is delivered in six entertaining and easy to understand 1-hour modules. Once you start the course, you will be able to access it at your leisure, and the content will be available for a total of 10 weeks.

PsyFlex 6 in Detail


Module 1

This module will provide an overview of Psychological Resilience and Psychological Flexibility. You will find out how the mind works and drives our behaviour.

Module 2

Understand and learn about the different parts of the Psychological Flexibility model.In this module you will learn what mindfulness is and how it can help you deal with everyday challenges and focus on the task at hand.

Module 3

This module will teach you how to use mindfulness to help you deal more efficiently with painful feelings, difficult thoughts, and distressing emotions.

Module 4

Complete our Psychological Flexibility triangle.You have much more control over your actions than you do over your thoughts and feelings.

Module 5

In this module you will use the knowledge and skills learned earlier (mindfulness, unhooking and values-driven behavior) to overcome your “reason giving machine” and develop the ability to tackle daunting or painful challenges.

Module 6

Obviously it’s not easy to tackle daunting or painful challenges – and we all fail from time to time.

In this module you will learn how to successfully implement your newly developed skills.

To find out more contact us on 042149976 or email: [email protected]

Coming soon on-line training modules

  • Slide09Dealing With Difficult People (Incivility, bullying and harassment etc)
  • Dealing With Insomnia
  • Dealing with Chronic Pain
  • Breaking Bad Habits
  • Dealing With Trauma
  • Difficult Conversations
  • From FEAR to DARE
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