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Coaching for Resilience A Practical Guide to Using Positive Psychology

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ISBN-10: 0749466456

ISBN-13: 9780749466459

Edition: 2012

Authors: Adrienne Green, John Humphrey

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Many people are ill-equipped to deal with modern-day stressors, causing them to react as though they are being attacked.Coaching for Resilienceuses the principles of positive psychology to show coaches, trainers and managers how to motivate and inspire people to build greater resilience to pressure.Adrienne Green and John Humphrey present seven key strategies for managing stress levels, based around the awareness and understanding of the two psychological drivers that underlie all stress. With practical exercises and examples, this comprehensive resource offers a clear understand of the psychology of stress and develops effective strategies for overcoming it.
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Book details

List price: $60.00
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Kogan Page, Limited
Publication date: 10/28/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 232
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Adrienne Greenhas practised for many years as a psychotherapist and psychotherapy supervisor within both private and National Health mental health care services. In particular she has worked with people suffering with severe stress, anxiety and depression, and has in-depth knowledge and expertise in the field of mental health. Adrienne has lectured at Lancaster University in theories of counselling and psychotherapy, and in a variety of topics in the area of professional and personal development. Adrienne's book Out Of The Blue: A Practical Guide To Overcoming And Preventing Depression (Paragon, 2005) has received outstanding feedback as a practical and effective guide to managing this…    

John Humphrey is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. He runs workshops on macro photography and creative art photography, as well as leading photography field trips. He regularly contributes to the photographic press and his work has been shown in many leading exhibitions.

About the authors
Essential foundations for lasting resilience
Defining 'resilience' and 'stress'
The science bit
How the brain works
How the brain works in the real world
Reacting without thinking
Taking control of the stress response
The effects of modern-day chronic stress
Exercise one
How stress undermines resilience
External threats have been replaced by internal threats
Managing stress to build resilience
The signs and symptoms of stress
The causes of stress
Strategies and techniques to reduce stress
What you already know
Exercise two
What causes stress and undermines resilience?
Techniques and strategies to reduce stress and build resilience
Why what you know about stress isn't helping you
Only two real causes of stress
Exercise three
The 7 Keys
Key 1
The two underlying psychological causes of stress
Why is the need for approval such a powerful psychological driver?
A question answered
How the need to be liked affects stress levels in everyday life
Exercise four
The two underlying psychological causes of stress
Need for control - I
Exercise five
Need for control - II
Need for control - III
Exercise six
Key 2
A model to develop awareness
Exercise seven
Exercise eight
Key 3
Life is short - getting motivated
Exercise nine
Taking control of your life
The quality of assertiveness
Exercise ten
The skills and qualities of empathetic assertiveness
Assertiveness and rights
Developing the skills of empathetic assertiveness
Key 4
Change threatens people's need for control
How do you react to change?
Exercise eleven
Exercise twelve
Change is the only constant
Key 5
Building self-confidence
Exercise thirteen
Dealing with a difficult time: how did you do that?
Key 6
CBT: changing thoughts to change feelings
Exercise fourteen
Choosing your attitude
Controlling your inner voice - 1
Controlling your inner voice - 2
Exercise fifteen
Controlling your inner voice - 3
Exercise sixteen
Key 7
Stress comes from the past and the future
Exercise seventeen
Learn to live in the present
Exercise eighteen
The last word
References and further reading