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PMAC is a mental health training company dedicated to helping individuals, teams and organisations manage their mental health and wellbeing. We provide highquality training programmes, which are tailored to a range of mental health issues, including workplace anxiety. At PMAC, we understand the importance of educating employees and organisations on the impacts of workplace anxiety and how to manage it. Thats why weve created our Anxiety Resources page. On this page, youll find a range of resources such as articles, videos and worksheets designed to help you understand and manage workplace anxiety. Were here to help you create a culture of wellbeing in the workplace, so you can feel safe, supported and productive.

Manager Resources

How to Recognise and Manage Anxiety Triggers in the Workplace

Anxiety triggers are events, objects, or situations that can cause an individual to experience heightened levels of anxiety. These triggers can be internal or external, and they vary from person to person. Common external triggers include physical or environmental factors, such as loud noises or a crowded space. Internal triggers can be psychological in nature, and include negative thoughts or memories, or intense emotions…

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Workplace Anxiety

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on identifying, understanding, and changing negative patterns of thinking and behaviour. This type of therapy has been found to be highly effective in treating many mental health issues, including workplace anxiety.

Employee Resources

Overcome Imposter Syndrome in the Workplace

Imposter syndrome is a psychological phenomenon that affects many people, particularly in the workplace. It is an internal feeling of self-doubt, a sense of inadequacy, and a fear of being exposed as a fraud or a ‘fraud’ in one’s professional life. It can manifest in a variety of ways, such as a lack of confidence, feeling of being overwhelmed or a fear of failure.


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Understanding Anxiety in the Workplace

Anxiety in the workplace is a growing issue which employers and employees must address. It is important to understand the causes and effects of anxiety in the workplace.

Workplace anxiety can have a variety of causes, including stress, workload, job insecurity and lack of support. Stress can be caused by a number of factors, such as long hours, tight deadlines and difficult working relationships. Job insecurity can arise from fear of being dismissed or laid off. Lack of support can result from a lack of communication or feedback from supervisors or colleagues.

The effects of workplace anxiety can be both physical and psychological. Physically, it can manifest as fatigue, headaches, muscle tension and difficulty sleeping. Psychologically, it can lead to feelings of worry, fear and depression. It can also lead to feelings of helplessness and a lack of motivation and productivity.

It is important to recognise the signs of workplace anxiety in yourself and others. If you are feeling overwhelmed and anxious, it is important to talk to a supervisor or a trusted colleague. If you are a supervisor, it is important to be aware of signs in your employees, such as difficulty concentrating and lack of motivation.

The best way to address workplace anxiety is to create a supportive and open environment. This means providing a safe and non-judgmental space for employees to share their worries and fears. Employers should also ensure that workloads are manageable and that employees have the resources and support they need to do their job.

It is important to remember that everyone experiences anxiety in different ways. Understanding the causes and effects of workplace anxiety can help employers create a supportive environment for their employees. By addressing the issue of workplace anxiety, employers can help create a safe and healthy workplace for all.

How can PMAC assist?

At PMAC, we understand that workplace anxiety can have a significant impact on an individual’s well-being, productivity, and overall success in the workplace. We have developed a range of services and resources to help individuals manage their anxiety in the workplace.

Our tailored training sessions and workshops provide an in-depth understanding of anxiety and how to manage it in the workplace. Our experienced facilitators provide practical strategies to help employees understand their anxiety and how to manage it in the workplace. We also provide a range of tools and techniques to help employees cope with their anxiety and build resilience.

We also offer one-to-one coaching and mentoring sessions for those who need more individualised support. Our experienced coaches work closely with individuals to develop tailored plans to help them manage their workplace anxiety.

In addition, we provide a range of online resources to help individuals and organisations to better understand and manage workplace anxiety. These include online courses, eBooks, webinars, and self-help tools.

Overall, at PMAC, we are dedicated to helping individuals, teams, and organisations manage workplace anxiety. Our range of services and resources provide the support and guidance needed to help individuals become more resilient and productive in the workplace.

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