One-time Investment, Lifetime Benefits!
A lack of understanding of your own personal self care can lead you to feel depressed, anxious, and hopeless in how to feel well.
As an alternative to traditional therapy, this course aims to overcome all 3 of those challenges, by guiding you through what self care is AND practical strategies for creating your very own self care plan.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
There are many benefits to understanding self care. You become a more aware and empowered person to manage your own health. You will develop positive habits that reinforce this new way of living, so it’s a life-long investment of your time spent learning.
Your ability to be open-minded and change your current behavior will have a positive ripple effect in all areas of your life including work, relationships, and overall mental health.
This course is designed for anyone, regardless of experience level, who wishes to better understand self care.
You’ll learn how to define and recognize the need for Selfcare, but also how to apply strategies to manage your depression and anxiety. By the end of this course, you’ll have valuable skills that will help you feel confident in living a healthy lifestyle.
What you'll learn
If you are interested in diving deeper into other areas of your life you can find more in-depth classes about home organization, paper management, finances, selfcare, meal planning, lifestyle design, and more on our profile.
We have included a few fun exercises for you to do:
Life Change Stress Test: This is an exercise that will allow you to become aware of how much stress you may be experiencing and why. This is a very powerful exercise and you may be surprised to see some of the events that can cause stress like "getting married" and "going on vacation".
Your Top Ten Self-Care Activities: It's very important that you take the time to create your own self care plan. This plan will include the activities that you can do to feel better. It doesn't have to take a lot of time and it doesn't have to cost money. Taking a few deep breaths, going for a walk around the block, listening to an inspiring podcast or music, are some of the simple things that you can do to comfort yourself.
The 23 Minutes Morning Ritual: Having a morning routine can help you start your day with more energy and intention. We have shared an example. Feel free to use what you like, remove what you don't like, and test it for a few days. You could also create a "going to bed routine" to help you sleep better :-)
We hope you enjoy these exercises.