Managing Destructive Emotions is a huge challenge for many service users and can result in either relapse of not even engaging in treatment. By having the skills to manage those destructive emotions you team will be able to reduce the challenge and help the service user reposition themselves where they can accept help more ready and progress more rapidly through the treatment process with fewer and fewer barriers to progress.
Destructive Emotions have a huge impact on how well people can function and reach tier potential. The Managing Destructive Emotions Course is designed to help practitioner use the most effective strategies to help their services users to process by learning to manage thier feelings effectively.
Guilt, regret, shame and humiliation as well as anger often affect the self-esteem of service uses and make them less able to make the changes they deserve because these feelings make change feel pointless or impossible. By having the tools to directly address each emotion and the skills to move service users to a more effective emotional state and outcomes will improve.
This is a one day course covering how to manage guilt, regret, shame and humiliation.
Understand of how emotions and feelings are useful but can be limiting is misapplied or mismanaged.
How to rapidly move on from guilt
How to let go of shame
How to sep back from humiliation
How to support service uses to adopt a viewpoint of acceptance instead of judgement and personal hostility
How sway unhelpful feelings with productive ones to create growth and progression
This courses will be useful across all sectors where we work with vulnerable people.
IT is especially useful where trauma is still a dominant issue so will help professionals who work in all caring sectors including social work, housing, addiction , mental health and also criminal justice especially for those how have experienced abuse from others.
To help people let go of unhelpful destructive emotions
To give service uses the skill sot give themselves permission to move on
To upskill staff in techniques to promote acceptance
To be able to use specific toolkits to tech others to step away from feeling guilt, regret, shame and humiilation
Learn to mange your own destructive emotions
Learn about some destructive emotions being and their true function
Learn how to help others manage their destructive emotions
Promote better mental health of the team and the service users
How to create an emotionally safe and secure service