Managing Stress

Managing stress is a balancing act, balancing the demands placed on you with the resources to help you cope. When those demands outweigh your resources, you can be left feeling exhausted, anxious, and burnt out.

On this page you’ll find advice and resources to help with managing your own stress, as well as information on supporting colleagues with theirs. Take a look and see how we can help you keep your balance.

Helping staff cope with stress

When it comes to helping staff manage their stress its worth remembering that managing stress is a balancing act; it’s about balancing the demands placed on an individual with the...

Understanding Stress

Our animated guide to understanding stress. We all experience stress, but what causes it and how it affects us differs from person to person. It’s important to understand how stress...

Managing your stress

Stress is the distress we experience when the demands placed on us outweigh the resources we have to deal with them. It’s a balancing act, and maintaining the right balance...

Top tips for managing stress and burnout

Maintain balance between your work and home lives.

Worry, Stress, Anxiety and Sleep – techniques to help you feel better

Dr Michelle David and Dr Dimitri Gavriloff discuss why we feel stress, what can cause poor sleep, and explore some techniques to help you manage and deal with these.

Enhancing Personal Resilience – managing stress and staying positive

Dr Alistair Dobin and Dr Sheila Ross will introduce you to the Feeling Good app, and provide practical tips on using the app to improve sleep, resilience, and wellbeing through...

The Science of Stress and Anxiety: Evidence-based Techniques to make you feel better

Dr Michelle Davis, a clinical psychologist specialising in the research and treatment of anxiety and related disorders, describes some of the causes of anxiety and provide practical, evidence-based tools and...

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