- How the theory of EmotionAid® works
- What takes place in the brain when we are anxious and stressed
- To identify and release stress in themselves and their peers
- To catch and release the first signs of activation and balance their nervous system
- How to “brush” their nervous system and avoid accumulation of stress in their body
- How to regain control and maintain it even during times of stress and anxiety overload
- How to use the practical tools we provide during and after stressful events
- How to exercise the tool to avoid stress and anxiety
- How to practice to develop resiliency, cope with stress and return to balance
Choose an option that fits your organization’s needs:
- Introduction to EmotionAid® Lecture – 1.5-2 hours
- One-day EmotionAid® Training – 8 hours
- Complete EmotionAid® Training – 24 hours
- EmotionAid® Training – tailored to the needs of your organization
1. Introduction to EmotionAid® Lecture
The EmotionAid® introductory lecture presents the theoretical basis of EmotionAid®, and describes the different training options. Includes a demo and a short practice session.
2. One-day EmotionAid® Training
Objective: learn to resource, track and discharge activation
Applications: Learning self-regulation, to manage any type of stress, whether traumatic or normal; resiliency training as prevention against trauma
Who is it for: the public.
3. Complete EmotionAid® Training
Objective: learning to resource, track and discharge activation, manage others’ activation
Applications: Emotional First Aids skills for professionals helping people under chronic traumatic stress, tools for on-going self-regulation and tracking against burnout
Who is it for: Any person who works with the public in situations of stress, including educational therapists, mental health workers, emergency personnel, medical staff etc.
4. EmotionAid® Training
Objective: learning to resource, track and discharge activation, manage others’ activation. Addressing of needs specific to your organization.
Applications: Emotional First Aids skills for professionals helping people under chronic traumatic stress, tools for on-going self-regulation and tracking against burnout, and any issues specific to your organization, such as: compassion fatigue.
Who is it for: Schools, hospital, help-lines, police, firefighters, etc.