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Working with stress and emotion

This session is part of the psychosocial resources for personal wellbeing and professional competence series and looks at working with stress and emotions.


Recent and ongoing changes to our work and personal lives caused by the pandemic are destabilising. This workshop provides a chance to explore your personal and professional experiences across our Workable Ranges Model of stress and emotion regulation. This workshop is an opportunity to apply this model to better understand your experience of stress and emotions, develop self-awareness to identify your warning signs of stress and emotional imbalance; and consider a number of approaches to managing yourself and improving your well-being and effectiveness.

This session will be delivered face-to-face on campus

Intended outcomes and benefits of attending

By the end of this workshop, participants will:

  • Have been introduced to models for healthy effective ranges of stress and emotional balance.
  • Understand the importance and value of managing their own stress levels and emotional balance, and the potential risks of not doing so.
  • Be able to recognise signs of stress and emotional imbalance in themselves and others.
  • Consider ways to improve well-being, confidence, achievement, engagement and effectiveness.
  • Considered a range of ideas for restoring and maintaining balance and working within a healthy sustainable range.


Nicola Neath; University of Leeds Staff Counsellor – Nicola is also an MBACP Accredited Psychotherapist.

Booking your place:

View available upcoming dates and book your place


You can also view upcoming dates of all the Psychosocial Resource suite of workshops or register your interest if there are no available dates.

For more information about this session please email