3 weeks of training program for two different goals
6 Experimental Exercises
1 Behavioural change unit for daily exercises
Exercises on convenient audio tracks
One2one live session with your consultant
What you'll learn and develop
Master to self-generate relaxation and sleep
Distinguish between rest and sleep
Define levels of relaxation
Create a sustainable nurturing sleep-improvement routine
Explain how Autogenic Training is working
Identify various methods of managing training challenges
Increase your resilience and health through feeling rested
Improve your experience of being rested and fallings asleep, utilising a well-proven method of deep relaxation. In this course, the psychology expert Dr Ute Liersch shares the secrets of effective self-suggestion techniques and reveals simple, repeatable techniques you can use anywhere and anytime. She presents "Autogenic Training", for exploring and navigating through times of stress and sleeplessness. Dr Liersch shares the psychological framework and gives insight about the working-processes behind the technique.
Your experience the technique from the beginning with increasing training lessons and learn to reflect on its influences on being more resilient. Moreover, she shares her insight and knowledge in a powerful live one2one session that answers your questions, reframes challenges and helps you to create sustainable change and better rest.
Developing and securing your resilience is the framework of our work. Work can feel like training that enables you to detach pragmatically and compassionately from problems and their influences. I understand resilience as an essential skill needed to overcome challenges and manage difficult life situations. It is so important that I founded the resilient mind by von Lerse
My work is based on the following NICE recommended psychological theories & therapies: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness-based stress relief and Body feedback therapy. I have trained and worked in the NHS, in the private sector and with charities. Further, I work for organisations securing their employees' wellbeing. I am also a lecturer of Psychology at the University of London.
My courses are pragmatic, skilled and effective in delivering sustainable and measurable change. I believe that psychological work is only worthwhile when it makes a long-lasting change for the better. Before becoming a psychologist I have worked in the corporate sector, across the globe which gives me a profound understanding of this world. I speak fluent English and German...and yes, I am one of these highly efficient and organised Germans.
I am fully HCPC accredited and are recognised by the following insurers: AXA PPP healthcare, VitalityHealth, Aetna Global Benefits, and Aviva.