Online Pre-Recorded Course
The Neuroscience of Stress
In today’s world, stress has increasingly become a big part of our daily lives.
And while we cannot always avoid it, there is something else we can do: we can start to understand why we react the way we do under stress, what is happening inside our body and our brain when we are stressed and, of course, what we can do about it.
This course will offer you a simple yet comprehensive view of these neuroscience elements and will propose a good number of simple practices to help you manage your stress better. And, in the end, to help you not only to bounce back but to actually bounce forward.
Magda Tabac – Founder, Mind Training & Course Creator
Hi! My name is Magda and I am a NeuroMindfulness© Master Practitioner and certified trainer in the Process Communication Model®.
Previous to this, I have gained over twelve years of experience in multinational organisations in Brazil, Romania, the United Kingdom and Germany, where I now live. I have started my career working in strategy consulting and continued with roles in commercial strategy and planning, customer experience, employee engagement and people management.
In 2017, after experiencing burnout and long periods of chronic stress, I have decided to re-start my career and turn to subjects that have always interested me and are closer to my heart: training, psychology and neuroscience. This is why I have become a Certified Trainer in Process Communication Model® and a NeuroMindfulness® Master Practitioner and started my journey and mission to help people lead better lives, through increased self-awareness, better communication and improved stress management.
I work face-to-face or virtually with customers across Europe.
We all have certain reactions when we are under stress. They can be physical, emotional, mental and behavioural. And people react differently to stress. By observing and understanding your reactions, you can develop your awareness, “catch” yourself entering into distress and be better prepared to tackle it.
Would it be helpful to find a ‘recipe’ for managing your stress?
To take the time to build your resilience so that when the going gets tough, you will be tough enough to get going?
Building resilience takes time, but it is a trainable skill and it can be done. And it’s even easier if you have a course to teach you how to do that!
This course will offer a significant number of practices to build resilience. They are split based on three pillars: Body, Mind and Environment.
You get to see which practices work for you and which don’t, and you are encouraged to choose some of them and transform them into long-term, stress-busting habits.
Use the power of Applied Neuroscience to improve your life:
I have invested over 150 hours into creating this course, and other hundreds (if not thousands) of hours in reading and training myself on the subject.
You will get to experience all this in “just” 5h of training videos and 3h+ of recommended practices.
We will first explain, in a simple manner, the main neuroscience concepts used in this course
This course will offer you a great number of recommended practices. You just need to see which ones work best for you and bring you the most benefits. And then
You will understand what resilience is, how you can build it and see the main pillars you can use in this endeavour: Body, Mind, Environment.
We will go through a number of theories, metaphors and models to help you better understand how your brain and body work and what motivates and stresses us.
Understand the different types of stress we are experiencing every day, its components (biological, emotional, cognitive and behavioural), as well as our defensive responses.
Not all stress is negative. Some types of stress can be motivating, helping us to be at our best. But when does stress becomes toxic? And what does that mean for us? We’ll explore these questions together.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to know neuroscience to take part in the course?
No, absolutely not. I take care to introduce all the topics in an easy to understand, engaging manner. I will also share plenty of examples of how the topics we study apply in our daily lives.
Do I have to do all the exercises proposed in the course?
While I can strongly recommend you to do the practices in the workbook, this is entirely up to you. However, these practices will help you in better understanding the content of the course and applying the learnings to your own life. Many useful insights arise this way.
What does it mean that the course is “online, pre-recorded”?
The “Simple Neuroscience: Neuroscience of Stress” training course is in an online pre-recorded format. This means that you can watch the lessons at any time you want, in a self-paced manner, to match your busy shedule. You only need to login in your account and click on the RESUME button.
Is this course just for business people?
“The Neuroscience of Stress” is a very useful course both in the business environment, as well as in our personal life. The examples I share during the course come from both areas, so that you will find elements that can serve both your professional life and your personal life in this course.
What type of stress does the course help me with?
The course is meant to help you understand and better deal with almost all types of stress: chronic and acute, psychological, real or imagined stress (you’ll find all about the types of stress in the 4th Chapter: “Our reaction to stress”). To put it shortly, this can mean, for example, stress from work, stress from your personal relationships, stress caused by loss, grief, anxiety, fear… stress that takes place over long or shorts periods of time, etc.
How much time do I need to finish the course?
“The Neuroscience of Stress” course takes, in average, about 8 hours to complete. 5 hours are needed to go through all the video lessons and a minimum of 3 hours for the recommended practices. Some of these exercises I recommend you to turn into positive, stress-busting long term habits to build and increase your resilience to stress.
Do I get a certificate of completion?
Yes, you do! After you finish the course and make sure you have marked all lessons and topics as finished, you will be offered a well-deserved certificate. Feel free to share this on LinkedIn and on other social media websites.
Do you have any questions?
Please use this form and I’ll make sure to answer as soon as possible.