Coping with Change – The New Normal
Change occurs when one thing ends and something new or different begins. It usually means moving away from the familiar and towards the unknown. The time between these two points is called the transition, and it is normal to find this time stressful. Throughout the transition, people have to let go of the old and take on the new – therefore, change always involves some type of loss. This course will prepare you to understand and cope with the impacts change can have on you. Secure your spot in our course in Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne by booking online today.
- Understand how change can impact you
- Define what you have control over when change happens
- Develop healthy coping strategies
- Use the four ‘A’s to deal with stressful situations
Understanding what change really is, and that you are not weak or old-fashioned if you experience loss caused by change
Change is difficult because it’s perceived as a threat on a cellar level
Recognise the underpinning phases of transition and the state changes puts people into
Define resilience and identify how resilience helps us cope with change.
There are varying degrees of resilience within and between people. Practicing these traits will put you on track to building more resilient habits.
Implement a set of strategies that work specifically for you to build your resilience and cope with change in more manageable ways.
When faced with changes you cannot control, move away from feeling powerless and angry by looking at the opportunities you can control over and working towards them
Managing stress is the same as increasing your resilience; you need to take charge
Avoid, alter, adapt or accept – the choice is yours