Stress and Burn-Out Coach

Registration-Stress Burn-out Coach

Stress, the body, and the mind

Stress makes you sick. When your body has to be on constant alert, it doesn't get a chance to recover. Having a common cold and being the first to get the flu when it prevails are clear signs that something is wrong with the immune system. The stress hormone cortisol ensures that the body becomes active. Blood goes to the skeletal muscles, the heart beats faster, the blood pressure rises, the senses sharpen, and the metabolism changes. When there is danger or tension, this is very useful, because it allows us to fight or flee quickly. But when the body remains in a constant state of alert, it can lead to psychological and physical symptoms such as anxiety and depression, palpitations, muscle pain, and cramps.

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Symptoms of stress

Behavioral and Emotional

Isolation, participate less in social activities

Aggressive thoughts


Conflicts with partner or family

Defensive behavior


Using too much alcohol


Be irritated



Seeking more and more stimuli, dangerous hobbies


Criticism of others, cynicism

Take less initiative





Do not appreciate pleasant experiences

Teeth grinding

Shocking food

Mood swings

Blaming others

Distrust, suspicion

Anger and hostility

Suicidal thoughts

Mental symptoms of stress:

Decreased creativity

Loss of concentration

No attention to detail

More focused on the past than on the future


Low awareness of external stimuli


Reduced, fantasy life

Physical symptoms of stress:

Eating disorders

Trembling or shaking, dizziness

Chronic fatigue and exhaustion



Dry mouth

Head, neck, and back pain

Tense muscles





Indigestion, upset stomach

Itchy schedule

Cold clammy skin

Cramps in hands or feet

Nausea, vomiting

To sneeze

Sleep problems

Eating too much

Urinating more

Perspiring palms


Urinating less

Perspiring palms


Less sex drive

Disturbed motor skills

Increased cholesterol

Raised blood pressure

Dilated pupils

Stress and Burn-out Coach Available in the month June
Stress and Burn-out Coach Available in the month June

Registration for Stress Burn-out Coach Home Education

About the Home Training Stress and Burnout Coach

This Online training covers all aspects of stress and burnout. When does someone have healthy stress, for example before an important exam? When unhealthy stress? What is the difference between exhaustion and burnout? And more importantly: how do you recognize the symptoms?

In this Home training from the ROSS Stress and burnout coach, you will learn how you can coach others (possibly from your own practice) to deal with stress in a healthy way and to deal with burnout in a good and responsible way. to recover. Of course, the training also offers sufficient information to get started with your own stress complaints.

What can you do with this wonderful Online Home Training Stress and Burnout Coach?

We offer complete training with up-to-date knowledge about the characteristics and causes of stress and burnout, insight into personality factors that contribute to stress complaints, and many practical exercises, step-by-step and action plans, and advice for recovery and prevention.

The course deals with topics such as a good return to the workplace and entering into dialogue with an employer. What can employees do to experience a healthy workload and enjoy going to work? As an employee, how do you make matters negotiable with your employer? What agreements can you make? How do you know what is important and what the risk factors are?

This training covers the results of the most recent studies in the field of stress. There is increasing insight into what works and what does not work with regard to a successful recovery and relapse prevention. The Home Training consists of 20 modules, in which all aspects of Stress and burn-out coaching are discussed.

  • Conversation skills
  • Coaching
  • Introduction to mindfulness, flow, meditation
  • Compassion, perfectionism, relationships, and friendships
  • Healthy at work
  • Stress and burnout at work
  • To clean up
  • Guarding boundaries, saying no, assertiveness
  • Relaxation, energy balance, leisure
  • Exercise and proper nutrition
  • Panic attacks
  • Sleep
  • Depression, grief, and grief
  • Coping
  • Thought patterns, motives, and beliefs
  • Stress, the body, and the mind
  • Causes of stress and burnout
  • What is stress and burnout coaching?
  • The Online Training of Stress and Burnout Coach covers the following topics

As a prospective stress burnout coach, you learn to effectively guide employees or coaches with stress complaints so that they can get back to work vital and motivated as soon as possible. You help them to recognize and prevent impending overwork or burnout. You will learn to conduct work pressure research and advise organizations on the prevention and remediation of stress and burnout.

What do you learn in the training?

As a stress coach, you can help employees or coaches to recognize, recognize and prevent the threat of overworkedness or burnout.

You can effectively guide employees or coaches to return to their vitality and enjoyment as quickly as possible after burnout and stress.

You can carry out work pressure research in organizations.

As a stress coach, you advise organizations and managers on how to keep work pressure at a healthy level.

You teach managers to recognize stress signals at an early stage and to respond to them adequately.

You can advise managers on how to reduce work-related stressors.

You can advise organizations on what they can do to get and keep an employee healthy and happy again at work as soon as possible.

You advise on adaptation or change of work if the position is no longer suitable for the employee concerned.

You work from the strength of the coach and not from a 'helpless sick person'.

You get to know and respect the boundaries of your services: which type of complaints from coaches match your offer and which type of complaints should you immediately refer to, for example, a clinical psychologist, a psychiatrist, therapist, or doctor?

Focused on the coach


You learn to investigate whether the coach has burnout and/or other complaints. We discuss some burnout tests. The difference with, for example, depression or chronic fatigue. You learn to analyze the cause and causes of the stress, you learn to use and interpret several questionnaires. You learn to investigate the history and context of the stress complaints. You will learn to research and discuss stress coping methods. You learn to research energy givers and energy guzzlers. You learn to investigate inspiration and motives.

Plan of action:

You learn to draw up a personal action plan with clear and achievable goals with the coach. Informing and coaching. You learn to explain the causes and consequences of long-term high stress. You learn to communicate with the coach with stress complaints and to deal with their feelings and emotions (eg panic, fear of failure, fatigue, shame). You work with the coach on strengthening the problem-solving capacity, learning skills.

You learn to systematically coach on stress-increasing thinking patterns using RET techniques, among other things. You are able to recognize ineffective thoughts in your coach and deal with them adequately. You teach the coach to deal with annoyances and irritations in a healthier way.

You teach him/her to test realism against himself and others. You teach your coach to deal constructively with uncertainty and changes. You can apply the power of visualization and positive thinking to a coach. You learn to apply simple relaxation techniques to your coach. You learn to activate at an early stage (no worrying leave where the employee is at home and does nothing to regain vitality). You teach the coach to (re) connect with his vision of life and mission. You will learn to advise on regaining vitality and work-life balance. You will learn methods to strengthen the coach's self-confidence, assertiveness, and time management. You teach them how to deal with perfectionism, not always feel solely responsible, to appreciate themselves (being good enough), to keep in touch with their body (recognize alarms), and to take better care of themselves.

You will learn to examine the current match with the position and to discuss the implications of a return to the same or another position. Conclusions and actions for coach realistic image of possibilities and current limitations in the same position or organization continue to adapt function change internal or external life make a new start; resume dosed work. If necessary, you will learn to advise on a better suitable job (this matter is discussed much more extensively in the career professional training)

Relapse prevention

deftly deal with current possibilities and limitations, remain aware of personal sensitivities, communicate (again) with colleagues and supervisors, continue to pay attention to the balance load/resilience and for exertion and relaxation, use of social support

Focused on yourself as a burn-out coach

Requirements for the burnout and stress prevention advisor, you examine your own perception of work-related stress, if you or one of your loved ones has had burnout: how does this affect your guidance? Your values ​​and norms with the coach.

Examples of methods and techniques

The 'work pressure gauge': its own SSMHG/Chanoa questionnaire that may be used by Participants

  • Some online psychological tests that can be used free of charge during the training
  • Forms of in-depth interview
  • SFA
  • RET, ACT, strength-oriented coaching
  • Studying life patterns
  • Analysis of coach's stress diary
  • Analysis of coach's positive diary
  • Analysis of own strengths and resources
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Coping strategies
  • Panic disorders
  • Analysis of drivers, energy givers and energy guzzlers, etc.

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