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Mindfulness and emotional management: know the new training tools

by Alivia Nyhan
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Currently, there are university courses and certifications to increase emotional well-being. These are practical 100% online programs that can transform people’s lives and even create workshops.

Stay calm in difficult times. Manage our emotions. Find inner harmony. They seem achievements reserved for a few, but they are available to everyone thanks to mindfulness techniques. But is it possible to learn these techniques and master them to manage anxiety, stress, and sadness? The answer is yes, and the best way to achieve it is to be guided by those who have studied this discipline for a long time and walk the path to greater emotional well-being.

Today there are specialized courses and even university training promoted by the European Institute of Positive Psychology (IEPP) both for professionals and anyone who wants to take their first steps in Mindfulness and emotional management. In this FastlyHealarticle, we will address this type of training, its scope, and its benefits. If you wish, you can see information about the courses here.

New reactions to the same problems

No discipline based on meditation and positive psychology will try to change our environment or solve its problems, but to transform how we react to them and affect us.

These new ways of reacting allow “to promote your psychological well-being and thus increase motivation, improve time management and address conflict situations to feel more harmonious,” begin to explain those responsible for these courses in the IEPP.

How do they do it? The courses use experiential experience, practical exercises, and video lessons.

“There are many books and courses on Mindfulness that you may have seen; it is likely that you know what you should do to feel better but that in the end, you do not end up applying it. It’s about you starting to apply changes, that you go from knowing to doing“, they explain from the IEPP about the importance of an experiential experience.

Concerning practical exercises, what is intended is a change of habits with new workouts every week, through formal and informal practices to learn to be in the present moment thanks to meditation.

Being 100% online training, video lessons are essential. In them, an expert psychologist in Positive Psychology and Mindfulness instructor explains how to perform the exercises step by step so that there are no doubts about it.

Mindfulness instructor explains

Why a college degree is Mindfulness?

Meditation is as unique as the person who lives it. And for the same reason, the training given in this regard can be adapted to a person’s different needs, interests, and situations.

Many have already started this path for a long time and want to share it with others to create their workshops.

The Higher Degree in Mindfulness and Emotional Management allows you to train as a certified professional. “It is one of the most demanded formations today. With three months, you can apply from the beginning and step-by-step techniques to better manage emotions and regulate their peaks. Induce positive emotions and focus attention on them”, they explain from the IEPP.

This title is mainly oriented for psychologists, teachers, or professionals who face situations where their students, patients, or clients overflow with their emotions, stress, and anxiety do not allow them to enjoy positive emotions or express that their thoughts are very dizzying unmanageable.

The IEPP recommends this training when anxiety or fear is widespread, and it is difficult to distance circumstances, gain perspective and make decisions.

In addition, with this certification, you have access to a gift module, with which you discover the keys to professionally giving a practical workshop.

This is the Higher Degree in Mindfulness and Emotional Management

It is a La Salle University Center title, which lasts 85.5 hours in a 100% online mode, with live and recorded classes.

“You will discover techniques to manage negative emotions, reduce stress and address fears in complex and crises,” they indicate, emphasizing that this certification aimed at professionals helps them to regulate and manage emotions: “In the face of new moments that disturb us, to be able to promote psychological well-being, remain calm and approach conflict situations with greater balance, thus improving emotional intelligence.”

Courses available to everyone

For those who are not professionals, but want to know themselves in-depth, promote their psychological well-being, and thus increase motivation, there is the option of taking the Mindfulness and Emotional Management Course.

This course allows the person to discover their strengths and optimize them to increase well-being through practical exercises to manage negative emotions such as anxiety, stress, and sadness and enhance situations that generate happiness through your positive emotions.

“I have revalued myself in this course. I have managed to be more congruent with my values,” says Soraya Sánchez, who has already done so. “I would highlight its easy-to-use methodology, the quality of the content and the trainers and that from the first day you can apply the most practical part,” recommends Sonia Sierra, another student of the training.

In any case, a paradigm shift is being sought. “It is not an approach focused on discomfort. This is not a place to let off steam. It is not a place to learn by downloading PDFs”, clarify the trainers.

“If you need to dedicate a space to learn to enjoy what happens in the day to day, this Mindfulness course is for you,” they end from the IEPP.

This article is merely informative. At FastlyHeal .com, we do not have the power to prescribe medical treatments or make any diagnosis. We invite you to see a doctor in the case of presenting any condition or discomfort.

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