Pathway to Coping (PWC) is a structured, developmental program will show you how to develop skills and techniques to cope better with stress and improve your ability to solve problems and to make healthy and effective decisions.
- Offered completely online
- Takes 15-18 hours to complete
- Includes two complimentary e-books
- Participants will receive a Letter of Participation from UNB CEL upon completion
- Access to course is available for 2 years
The key objective is to get participants on the journey to being able to cope better with stressful situations so that they can make better choices.
Nine modules expose participants to a combination of resources and skills to help get them on the right pathway to coping.
Coping skills include problem-solving, decision-making, interpersonal skills, flexibility, impulse control, empathy, relationship skills, optimism, and positive thinking. Developing these skills takes self-determination. The course includes a self-assessment, active learning, and an evaluation process.
- Avoiding Faulty Thinking
- Human Motivation Insights
- Positive Thinking
- Leadership from Within
Benefits to individuals
- Develop new, more adaptive ways of coping
- Get ahead personally and professionally
- Find peace
- Improve relationships
Benefits to employers
- Provide a supportive social environment encouraging employees to seek help
- Create an engaged workforce that is motivated to succeed
- Reduce absenteeism and turnover rates
- Build positive employee/employer relationships where employees want to come to work
- Enhance both the psychological and physical health of your employees which will lead to higher employee job satisfaction and increased productivity
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