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Anxiety Management Training

Our Anxiety Management Training will give you and your team a genuine insight into what anxiety actually is, at its core, as well as tools and strategies to manage anxiety in the workplace.

Course Highlights

Understanding the function that anxiety serves.

Develop your awareness and understanding of anxiety from a psychological perspective.

Understanding anxiety disorders.

Help you to understand the impact that work can have on anxiety, and how to manage this.

A closer look at the causes of anxiety, whether in or out of work, and identifying triggers.

Practical skills such as breathing techniques, mindfulness and grounding techniques to help control anxiety symptoms.

Gain an insight into support options available and where to find them.

 Remote and Nationwide Training Available
1 - 8 hours (depending on content)

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    Great Neurodivergence for Managers webinar - very passionately delivered and Hayley is extremely knowledgeable about her subject matter. Would recommend!
    Kirsty Watson
    Kirsty Watson
    I recently joined a free webinar and it was fab! Very informative without feeling overwhelming or boring.
    Jessica Stone
    Jessica Stone
    Our company used PMAC for various bespoke training sessions and wouldn't hesitate to recommend them. Communication was excellent and efficient, and the sessions themselves were incredibly helpful, engaging and enjoyable. The PMAC team were a joy to work with and we look forward to having them back again soon.
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    Glass Marketing
    Really informative and gave me a good insight into how Neurodiversity affects things. Would 100% recommend.
    Lauren Yates
    Lauren Yates
    The Neurodiversity in the Workplace session I attended was brilliant. Since my son received his Autism diagnosis, I have attend lots of training, webinars and conferences. This session was by far the most informative. It was delivered with enthusiasm and by someone with lived experience. I would highly recommend this session.
    Helen Harris
    Helen Harris
    Attended the Neurodivergence in the Workplace bitesize webinar. A lot of content covered in 45 minutes by the wonderful Hayley. Extremely informative and helpful in how neurodivergence in the workplace can be better supported. Thank you pmac team.
    Max Last
    Max Last
    We had a training session provided by Hayley from PMAC. The training was informative, engaging and all participants were encouraged to participate during the session. Would definitely recommend Hayley and PMAC if you have any training needs! 5* all the way!
    Kaine Beetham
    Kaine Beetham
    PMAC wrote two articles on mental health issues for unpaid carers which were published on our website and in our magazine, Carers News. We were delighted with the quality of the both the pieces, particularly how they related to our target audience, and the positive response they received.
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    Carers Support Centre
    I approached PMAC for some training earlier this year to improve my ability to support our staff members. The training was absolutely brilliant. They phoned me in advance to get an idea of what exactly I needed, and how they could best tailor it to our business/ individuals. This really helped to personalise the experience - I've had so many instances of generic training in the past - it was great that they considered what elements they could specifically touch on in order to make the training bespoke for us. On the day itself, we did virtual training (although in person was also an option). The quality of the video/audio was great. The trainer (Hayley) was absolutely wonderful. She had prepared an extremely thorough and engaging presentation for us. The training lasted for 4 hours but had a couple of breaks in which did help. It was great to have training from someone who has such a well rounded knowledge of the issues we wanted to learn about, and her delivery was excellent - she was open to answering uncomfortable questions - and encouraged us to be open and not shy away from what could have been quite delicate issues. She then followed up the training with the power point, and assured us that we could call for help again if needed. 10/10 experience - would very very highly recommend! Thank you Hayley and Peter for all of your help!
    Charlotte Kippax
    Charlotte Kippax
    Hayley is a really engaging presenter and the two ‘Introduction to Neurodivergence’ webinars that she ran for us were excellent. The content was super interesting and informative, and it was a great opportunity to open up conversations in the team about neurodivergence. The feedback from everyone (myself included!) was really positive and I’d definitely recommend PMAC to anybody looking for mental health training.
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    What is Anxiety?

    Anxiety can be terrifying. In fact, anxiety can be so nerve-wracking that many people get anxious over just the thought of being anxious. It might sound silly to someone who has never experienced anxiety or panic before. Still, for those people who have, it can be downright terrifying. 

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    When it strikes, anxiety has a dual impact, affecting both our mind and our body. On your mind, it can cause: 

    • An overwhelming sense of dread/doom. 
    • Feeling constantly on edge or panicky. 
    • Difficulty concentrating on tasks. 
    • Increased irritability. 
    • A sense of detachment from yourself or the world around you. 

    Physically, it can cause: 

    • Restlessness and an inability to sit still. 
    • Feelings of dizziness or lightheadedness. 
    • Unsteady legs or sensations of pins and needles in your hands and feet. 
    • Shortness of breath or hyperventilation. 
    • Heart palpitations and a noticeably strong and fast heartbeat. 
    • Nausea, accompanied by a feeling of sickness. 
    • Sleep disturbances.

    But, while anxiety is an awful feeling to have, it’s actually a natural human response. It’s our body’s alarm system when faced with stress or a threat. 

    Normal Worry Or An Anxiety Disorder?

    Grasping the distinction between ordinary worry and the profound impact of an anxiety disorder on our mental health is vital.  

    We all go through fleeting moments of worry, nervousness, or fear, often stirred by daunting situations like looming deadlines or public speaking. However, anxiety disorders take it to another level, subjecting individuals to prolonged periods of distress and intense fear. 

    When those relentless waves of anxiety begin to infiltrate our daily activities, it’s more than just a passing concern; it could be signalling the presence of an anxiety disorder.  

    The weight of persistent and overwhelming feelings transcends the ordinary ebb and flow of emotions. It calls for empathy and understanding, recognising that someone may be battling an internal storm that requires compassion and support. 

    During 2023, over 8 million people in the UK experienced an anxiety disorder. In light of this reality, businesses have a rapidly growing emphasis on implementing practical anxiety management training. 

    What Causes Anxiety?

    Anxiety can manifest in various ways, often triggered by a range of factors, and we all experience the feelings and thoughts anxiety brings differently. 

    The predominant catalyst for anxiety is stress 

    In today’s world, employees frequently encounter high-pressure situations and demanding workloads. Imminent deadlines, performance expectations, and internal perfectionism can induce an overwhelming sense of stress, ultimately leading to anxiety. 


    Equally important is the recognition of personal circumstances beyond the workplace. Life events such as bereavement, relationship challenges, financial concerns, and health issues can significantly contribute to an individual’s anxiety levels. These external factors can compound work-related stresses during challenging periods, intensifying their impact. 

    Physical health also plays a pivotal role in anxiety.  

    Certain medical conditions, such as heart issues or hormone imbalances, can trigger anxiety symptoms. Additionally, excessive caffeine consumption or substance abuse can heighten anxiety levels. Genetic predisposition is another factor, as research indicates that individuals with a family history of mental health disorders are more susceptible to anxiety. 

    Within our anxiety management training, we thoroughly explore these causes and furnish participants with effective strategies to mitigate their impact. We advocate for a proactive approach to anxiety management, promoting open dialogue and cultivating a supportive work environment where employees feel heard and understood. 

    Anxiety In The Workplace

    Firstly, it’s important to acknowledge that occasional anxiety is a natural part of being human, especially in the workplace. However, when these feelings persist and hinder someone’s ability to function effectively at work, seeking professional assistance becomes not just advisable but imperative. 

    Anxiety affects each of us differently, so colleagues struggling with anxious feelings may appear different from their counterparts. Here are some signs to watch out for: 

    • Decreased productivity 
    • Procrastination and avoidance of responsibilities 
    • Increased number of days off 
    • Impaired decision-making 
    • Difficulty forming and maintaining relationships with coworkers 
    • Decreased job satisfaction

    While anxiety profoundly impacts individuals, it can also affect your business as a whole. That’s why offering anxiety management training in the workplace is vital. It provides employees with the necessary tools to navigate distressing symptoms and helps them recognise early warning signs of anxiety. This benefits the individual employee’s mental health and well-being and contributes to creating a supportive, understanding, and resilient workplace environment. 

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    What is Anxiety Management Training?

    Anxiety Management Training embodies a compassionate and empowering approach to assist individuals grappling with anxiety in their daily lives. At PMAC, we recognise that there’s no one-size-fits-all solution to managing anxiety. Therefore, our training is meticulously crafted to empower employees with personalised knowledge and strategies for effective anxiety management. 

    Central to our anxiety management training is the commitment to establishing a safe, non-judgmental space where participants can navigate their feelings of anxiety. Delivered by qualified professionals well-versed in workplace mental health, the course encompasses understanding the nature of anxiety, identifying triggers and symptoms, and acquiring practical coping strategies. 

    Our trainers teach a spectrum of strategies, including breathing exercises, mindfulness techniques, and cognitive behavioural therapy approaches. All are geared toward enabling individuals to respond to anxiety-inducing situations in a healthy, proactive manner. Our training is designed to be interactive and engaging, ensuring every participant feels comfortable and supported. 

    What is Included in Anxiety Management Training?

    Our specialised training provides individuals with practical tools and techniques to comprehend, manage, and alleviate anxiety, marking the first crucial step toward overall well-being. 

    Our training begins by explaining the fundamental aspects of anxiety, encompassing its definition, primary causes, and its physical and psychological impact on an individual’s performance at work. It goes beyond theoretical understanding to offer concrete methods for identifying anxiety triggers, comprehending personal responses to stress, and developing effective coping strategies.  

    The program then explores various relaxation techniques, including deep breathing, mindfulness, and guided imagery, to promote a sense of calm during moments of anxiety.  

    Additionally, we delve into cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques, empowering individuals to challenge and change unhelpful thought patterns and behaviours. 

    Recognising that a supportive work environment is paramount, our training extends beyond individual strategies. We guide participants in facilitating an open dialogue about mental health within the workplace, creating a culture where employees feel comfortable seeking support. This includes training on recognising signs of anxiety in colleagues and appropriate response strategies. 

    The Benefits of Anxiety Management Training

    Integrating Anxiety Management Training into your workforce can be a transformative tool, enabling enhanced productivity, heightened morale, and a more harmonious workplace environment.  

    The focus is not merely on managing a condition but empowering your team with the knowledge and skills to navigate their emotional landscape effectively. 

    This investment in anxiety management training significantly improves employees’ overall well-being. It equips them with coping mechanisms to manage stress and anxiety, thereby enhancing their resilience and mental fortitude. Reduced anxiety levels enable employees to maintain focus, resulting in heightened productivity. 

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    These training sessions also play a crucial role in promoting a culture of empathy and understanding within the organisation. By breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health, they create a supportive workplace where employees feel at ease discussing their concerns. This open dialogue strengthens relationships among team members, promoting a unified and engaged workforce. 

    Furthermore, providing anxiety management training reflects positively on your brand image, showcasing your commitment to employees’ mental health and well-being. This demonstration of value beyond mere output aids talent attraction and retention, cultivating loyalty among existing employees. 

    Anxiety management training is not merely an expense but an investment in the long-term success of your business. Prioritising employees’ mental health lays the foundation for a happier, healthier, and more productive workforce. 

    By arming your team with the knowledge and skills to manage anxiety, you contribute to a healthier, more productive workplace, exemplifying a genuine commitment to your employees’ mental well-being. 

    How Can we help?

    At PMAC, we recognise that every business desires a positive, healthy, and productive work environment. That’s why we’re committed to providing top-quality anxiety management training designed to foster wellbeing in the workplace.  

    Our training programmes are artfully constructed, drawing on the latest evidence-based practices to equip individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to manage anxiety effectively. We understand that an anxiety-free workspace is not only beneficial to the individual’s mental health but also enhances the overall efficiency and productivity of an organisation. 

    In our anxiety management training, we focus on creating an inclusive and supportive environment where employees can express their concerns without fear of judgement. We emphasize the importance of understanding the triggers and symptoms of anxiety and guide participants in developing coping strategies tailored to their unique situations.  

    Moreover, we offer training that encourages open dialogue about mental wellbeing, promoting a culture of empathy and understanding within your team. This approach helps to break down the stigma around mental health, inspiring employees to seek help when they need it and to support their colleagues in doing so. 

    Our trainers are experts in the field of mental health, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to every session. They are adept at creating a relaxed and engaging learning environment, ensuring all participants feel comfortable and are able to derive the maximum benefit from the training.  

    Through our anxiety management training, we aim to empower your staff with the tools they need to thrive both personally and professionally. We believe that a mentally healthy workforce is the backbone of a successful business, and we’re here to help you make that a reality.  

    Reach out to us at PMAC today, and let’s take the first step towards creating an anxiety-free workplace together. 


    Anxiety Management Training is a training session, or series of sessions, designed to educate individuals on the causes of anxiety and how to manage it. We specifically focus on anxiety in the workplace, and how this can be managed with various tools and techniques. 

    We will typically look at: understanding the function that anxiety serves; normalising anxiety, understanding anxiety disorders and tools and techniques to overcome anxiety.

    Anyone who experiences anxiety will benefit from anxiety management training, as well as those who support others with anxiety disorders. Those who wish to learn more about anixety will ultimately benefit too.

    Anxiety management training will ensure your staff are performing at their peak, whilst being able to manage and overcome anxiety in the workplace. 

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