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Stress Management Services

There is a lot of talk about stress but not much discussion about what can be done to deal with it


Bridge Management Consulting (BMC) specializes in getting groups and individuals back on track and bringing calm, cool and productive back into stressful situations.

Available On-line or In Person

Individual coaching

One on one coaching is available so people have a resource who can help them with their individual issues.  Services can be delivered on a flexible schedule, such as weekly or every other week.  It’s a tangible way to display an organizations’ corporate commitment to proving on-going stress management help. It offers people a confidential way to access care and discuss their issues in a low key, “not a big deal” environment.


For increased flexibility, coaching is available on-site, teleconferences or phone conferences.


small group coaching

Small group coaching is a great way to foster interactivity, develop a personal support network and understand that stress is something that all people deal with at some point in their lives. Being part of a group and hearing others tell their stories reinforces that the participant is not in this alone and creates a bonding experience.


Group size approximately 6-10 people.  Available virtually or in person. 

Webinars

An interactive and lively multi-media discussion of what stress is its effect on the body and mind, provide examples of how to avoid the stress response in potential stressful situations. Learn how to regulate the body’s response to stressful events and return to a non-stressed state. Polling, Q&A, role play.  An hour and a half.  Available virtually or in person.

 

Half-Day Workshops

Stress is the body's reaction to a trigger event. Bridge Management Consulting offers interactive workshops teach people how to deal with perceived stressful situations with a different approach so they can avoid the body's negative physical and mental reactions and avoid stress. 


Approximately 3 hours.  On-site or off site.

Topics Addressed:
Calming down a stressed co-worker using the EASE approach.
Learn how to stop the Stress Response from starting using the Stoplight approach.
Personal Stress Reduction Plan - Each attendee develops their own individual plan and leaves the workshop with a "moving forward" strategy.