This Emotional Fitness training is a 6 hour interactive training program that builds capacity and provides support mechanisms to manage stress and trapped trauma. Highlighting how trapped trauma affects the function of health and wellbeing  on a daily basis this training is suitable for diverse services and sectors including but not limited to health, community, legal, justice, mental health, AOD, domestic and family violence, child protection, emergency, disability, housing, settlement, and/or employment services.

Emotional fitness training encourages attendees to rethink their daily practice. Shifting away from a blame model of thinking into a broader context of possibilities allows for deep healing and behavioural change.  I like to think of strengthening emotional fitness as being similar to physical fitness. If you run once in your lifetime you might feel great afterwards but your muscle memory won’t have a well beaten track to file away for repeating the process. Run regularly, create new routines and your muscle memory finds it easier to quickly repeat the process. Regular being the key word. This Emotional Fitness training provides a solid framework to learn tools and techniques to take away and continue to practice regularly.  Using a strengths based approach and a trauma informed foundation this training provides coping strategies for symptomatic behaviour. Apply these strategies both personally and professionally to experience greater wellbeing and reduce further risks of re-traumatisation.

By the end of this training, participants will:

  1. better understand what emotional fitness is
  2. know that self care is not an indulgence
  3. demonstrate an increase in self confidence
  4. know how to recognise personal triggers and manage them effectively
  5. be able to apply strategies covered in the training

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