The University of Fredericton is pleased to announce the development of Enhancing Workplace Resiliency, a new course soon to be available through the Centre for Psychological Health Sciences.
With a range of common stressors vying for employees’ attention at any given time, it is important that employees understand how to manage and cope with these stressors in ways that are healthy and productive. In the Enhancing Workplace Resiliency course, learners will obtain the knowledge needed to positively cope with stress through six engaging modules.
The modules address various topics, including stress and the mental health continuum, realistic thinking, behavioural activation, the significance of sleep, diet, and exercise, relaxation and stress management, and thriving in times of stress.
Development of Enhancing Workplace Resiliency
Through the Centre for Psychological Health Sciences, the University of Fredericton is working with leading experts and organizations in psychological health and safety in the workplace. This new online course was fully developed by Dr. Joti Samra, innovator in the area of psychological health and wellness in the workplace and Program Lead at the Centre for Psychological Health Sciences, and Dr. Rakesh Jetly, NATO’s first research chair in military mental health.
Interested in learning more about the Enhancing Workplace Resiliency course? Request information today, and we’ll keep you updated about upcoming developments and course registrations.