Stress Management Training For Organizations

Stress Management Training

Reduce Workplace Stress And Increase Employee Productivity And Engagement
[In-House And Virtual Training Options]

Stress Trainer Matt Adams

Written by Stress Trainer, Matt Adams

Workplace stress management training can transform the way your employees feel at work.

And when employees feel good, feel engaged, motivated and part of a supportive team who recognize and appreciate their contribution, their productivity increases which positively impacts their performance.

Stress costs U.S.$300 Billion annually, has being labelled as an epidemic, and burnout is now categorized as a syndrome by the World Health Organization (WHO).

…which means your employees are more desperate than ever for information, action and support from the company they give 40 hours a week to.

So choosing a stress management trainer who has real-world results in dealing with and overcoming stress and burnout can give your employees a credible reference that stress and burnout can be prevented, managed and overcome.

And when you train and support employees, you can:

  • Improve employee well-being and performance
  • Create a healthy, productive workplace
  • Become one of the top companies to work for in your industry or niche
  • Receive top ratings on and other company review websites

Read on to find out how workplace stress reduction training can transform your company, culture and performance…

  1. What your employees want (and need) from you
  2. 3 ways to assess top stress trainers before you book
  3. Why ‘training’ isn’t enough
  4. Workplace stress training options (4 off-the-shelf trainings + Customized training)
  5. What makes the training so effective
  6. Training objectives and benefits for organizations and employees
  7. FAQs and how to book a training

Workplace Stress Management Training

Workplace Stress Management Training with Matt Adams

If you’d like to prevent or manage stress or burnout within your organization Matt’s expert stress management trainings can educate your managers and employees about:

  • Stress Prevention
  • Stress Management
  • Anti-Stress Techniques, Strategies and Exercises
  • Workplace Stress Triggers To Avoid
  • The Role Of Management In Stress Reduction
  • Stress Optimization For Employees
  • Creating a Stress Management Plan
  • Daily Anti-Stress Routine For Self-Care (Mental, Physical, Emotional)
  • Stress Support For Employees, Managers and Organizations

Stress training can be delivered as a once-off training session, a series of themed trainings or ongoing monthly training sessions to keep stress-prevention top of mind for your employees.

Get on top of stress before it gets on top of your employees, your culture, your KPI’s and more.

Flexible Training Options

In this section we’ll outline:
1. Training Frequency
2. Training Types
3. Training Programs


Matt offers two types of training frequency:

  1. Once-Off Training
  2. Repetition Training (Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Annually)


For high level stress management and resilience training Matt offers several training formats to suit your needs, audience, geographical location(s) and preferred delivery method.

These include…

Live In-House Training Workshops:

Duration: 2 Hours, up to 2 Days
Frequency: Once-Off or Monthly or Quarterly

Live Virtual Training Classes:

Duration: 2 or 4 Hours
Frequency: Once-Off or Weekly or Monthly or Quarterly

Online Courses (Coming Soon)

Stress management courses for employees will be available soon as will online courses for managers for self-paced learning.
Stay tuned on this page for course release dates.


Matt offers several stress management training programs for organizations to educate employees and managers.

You have the option of an off-the-shelf training or to build your own training.

Here’s an overview of each…

Off-The-Shelf Training Options

Training #1:

Zero Stress Workday: The Ultimate Stress-Busting Routines (Morning/Daytime/Night-Time)

Training Focus: Stress Busting Techniques, Strategies, Activities & Exercises (For Prevention, Management and Treatment)

Who’s It For: Employees and Management (For personal management of stress)
Duration: 2 Hours, 4 Hours or 6 Hours
Delivery: In-Person or Virtual

Training Includes:

  • Time Management For Stress Reduction
  • Before Work Anti-Stress Routine
  • At-Work Stress Busters
  • After Work Anti-Stress Routine
  • Top Stress Busting Techniques, Strategies, Activities and Exercises

Attendees Receive:

Knowledge – How workplaces trigger the stress response for employees, Effective time management strategies to reduce stress at work, Morning stress prevention routine, How to reduce stress within two minutes or less, After work stress routine.

Skills – Stress management skills to prevent or get rid of stress, Time management skills to prioritize tasks for stress relief, Habit-building and self-motivation techniques.

Workbook – Participants will fill out their workbook during the training to cement learnings and to act as a future reference guide.

Certificate – Each participant will receive a personalized certificate upon completion of the course.

Support – Optional ongoing support through our online support groups.

Training #2:

Calm And Productive: Mindfulness And Inner Calm For Maximum Work Productivity

Training Focus: Prevention-specific techniques, strategies, activities and exercises in order to remain calm and be productive at work.

Who’s It For: Employees and Managers

Duration: 2 Hours, 4 Hours or 6 Hours

Delivery: In-Person or Virtual

  • Training Includes:
  • Stress Prevention Toolbelt: 15 Top Techniques, Strategies, Activities & Exercises
  • Top Mindfulness Exercises
  • Guided Meditations For Inner Calm
  • Anti-Stress Nutrition For Brain And Body
  • The No-Brainer 10 Minute Exercise Plan
  • Relaxation Techniques For Mental Resilience
  • Deep breathing exercises for calming the nervous system

Attendees Receive:

Knowledge – Learn what to eat to protect your brain and body against stress, The best physical exercises for stress prevention, Top stress-busting techniques and activities, Guided meditations and mindfulness exercises for inner calm.

Skills – Stress reduction skills for any situation, Nutrition planning for reduced stress and anxiety, Targeted exercises to build physical resilience against stress, Meditation and mindfulness exercises for quick mental vacations.

Workbook – Each participant fills out their own workbook with notes of what’s important for them which acts as a ongoing reference guide.

Certificate – Each participant will receive a personalized certificate upon completion of the course.

Support – Optional ongoing support through our online support groups.

Training #3:

Remote Work Warriors: Work From Home Stress Management For Hybrid Or Full-Time Remote Workers

Training Focus: Stress reduction strategies for mental, emotional, physical resilience for remote workers.

Who’s It For: Organizations of all sizes seeking to educate and equip remote working employees and contractors with effective stress management strategies.
Duration: 2 Hours, 4 Hours Or 6 Hours
Delivery: In-Person or Virtual

Training Includes:

  • Avoiding Loneliness and Isolation While Working Remotely
  • Remote Work Readiness Assessment
  • Hybrid Office And Remote Work Solutions
  • Staying Connected To Employers From a Distance
  • Immunity Building Nutrition To Stay Healthy At Home
  • Home Office Resilience Strategies And Techniques
  • Removing Physical Stressors At Home
  • Staying Motivated As An Individual And As a Team

Attendees Receive:

Knowledge – Employees will learn mental techniques for mind management, How to stay connected and feel part of a team, Self-motivation essentials, Building resilience and immunity.

Skills – How to manage the ‘monkey mind’, Connection strategies for employees and managers, Self-motivation techniques to inspire action, Resilience building lifestyle habits.

Workbook – Each participant will fill out their own workbook which will act as their personal how-to-guide to preventing stress and feel good working from home.

Certificate – Each participant will receive a personalized certificate upon completion of the course.

Support – Optional ongoing support through our online support groups.

Training #4:

Mindful Management: Stress Training For Managers And Leaders To Reduce Workplace Stress And Increase Performance

Training Focus: To educate managers on how to reduce stress in the workplace and manage employees without stress.

Who’s It For: Managers and Leaders.
Duration: 2 Hours, 4 Hours or 6 Hours
Delivery: In-Person or Virtual

Training includes:

  • Stress Prevention Planning In The Workplace
  • Stress Management for Managers
  • Identify Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Stress
  • Good Stress Vs Bad Stress
  • Employee Stress Prevention & Reduction Strategies
  • Stress Management Theories and Frameworks
  • Stress Tests And Assessments
  • How To Manage Stressed Employees
  • Reporting of Stress in the Workplace
  • Creating The Ideal Work Environment To Reduce Conflicts
  • Group Activities and Games
  • Creating a Culture of Health Within Your Organization

Attendees Receive:

Knowledge – Tips on managing stressed out employees, How to prevent stress in the workplace, How to provide support to employees, Anti-Stress Techniques/Strategies/Activities to prevent and reduce stress in the workplace.

Skills – Exercises to use with employees, Group games and activities, Assess employees for stress and burnout, Handling stressed employees, Combat workplace stress and create a healthy work ecosystem.

Workbook – To be filled out throughout the training in alignment with the powerpoint presentation.

Resources – Each participant will receive a number of resource materials such as worksheets, assessments, checklists, handouts and questionnaires that can be used with employees ongoing.

Certificate – Each participant will receive a personalized certificate upon completion of the course.

Support – Optional ongoing support through our online support groups.

OPTION TWO: Build Your Own Training

For customized stress management training in the workplace, you can build your own training by mixing and matching training modules to your needs and/or current focus.

Stress Management Training Modules Include:

  • Stress Training For Managers & Leaders
  • Anti-Stress Routines (Morning, Daytime, Night-time)
  • Anti-Stress Techniques, Strategies, Exercises
  • Group Anti-Stress Games And Activities
  • Time Management For Stress Reduction
  • Meditation For Stress Reduction
  • Mindfulness For Stress Reduction
  • Relaxation Techniques
  • Anti-Stress Diet For Immunity
  • Physical Exercise For Stress Prevention
  • Workplace Stressors And Triggers
  • Workplace Stress Prevention
  • Co-Worker Stress Support
  • Creating The Ideal Work Environment To Reduce Conflict
  • Stress Prevention Plan
  • Stress Management for Employees
  • Remote Work Stress Management
  • Hybrid Office And Remote Work Solutions
  • Resilience Building Strategies
  • Supporting Stressed Employees
  • Creating a Stress-Free Lifestyle
  • Self-Motivation For Preventing Or Overcoming Stress
Any or all of these training modules can be added to your bespoke training session(s) either during a once-off training or repetition training arrangement.

What Makes The Training So Effective?

Matt’s stress management in the workplace training is presented in an engaging and fun way to ensure your employees absorb and apply the information and techniques to build resilience against stress, burnout and anxiety.

Attendees build out their own workbook during the training which acts as their anti-stress reference guide for their entire career… complete with checklists, techniques, activities, exercises and easy habits to implement that take just minutes per day.

In addition to the specific stress management training topics, Matt also addresses the common barriers to implementation and follow-through such as self-discipline, self-motivation, beliefs and values… by providing effective strategies to overcome such barriers.

Training is practical and is a mix of theory and hands-on exercises to solidify the learnings and help with retention and recall.

About Stress Management Trainer, Matt Adams

Stress Management Trainer, Matt Adams

Matt Adams is a work stress and burnout trainer and speaker.

After completing an I.T. Degree and working in the industry, Matt decided to enter the real estate industry to learn how to sell. After early success, stress and burnout soon took over.

Severe stress from managing two real estate sales offices at 24 and a life-changing panic attack at 27 resulted in him working in a ladder factory, experiencing up to 100 heart palpitations a day along with lightning shock sensations in his heart.

These experiences triggered a 10 month self-rehabilitation without the use of medication, doctors, counselors or therapists, ultimately getting him to a point where he could return to work in his field of expertise.

Matt overcame stress, burnout and work-related anxiety the hard way…but now has the tools, techniques and strategies to help anyone prevent, manage or treat stress, burnout or anxiety.

He’s a contributing Author to a #1 Best-Selling book on Amazon: ‘Activate Your Life’ (Volume III) – a book featuring 23 health and wellness coaches worldwide who share their top strategy, technique or exercise for creating change in the mind and body.

He’s also the Founder and President of the International Work Stress Institute.

His formula, the Matt Adams Method, is a 5-step framework for managing stress and building mental, physical and emotional resilience.

For organizations, Matt’s method instructs and guides management in planning, delivering and managing an effective stress management program in the workplace to reduce stress and increase productivity and wellness.

He is also currently writing a book about his journey with stress and burnout. It’s due to be released in Feb 2024.

3 Ways To Assess Stress Trainers Before You Hire

Workplace Stress Training

How do you know you’re hiring the right workplace stress expert?

And what criteria should you assess each trainer with?

To ensure you hire right the first time, here are 3 crucial criteria you can use to select the right stress management facilitator for your in-house or virtual training

1) The Trainer’s Results

Has the trainer dealt with and overcome stress and burnout themselves or did they just ‘learn’ about stress management and burnout at university or through a certification course?

You wouldn’t hire a CEO for your company if they didn’t have any actual leadership experience and personal results in leading people, and it’s the same with a stress instructor.

Engaging an instructor with real-world experience offers two key advantages:

  1. It offers authenticity for your employees that they’re being taught information and strategies from someone who’s actually suffered and healed from stress or burnout.
  2. It offers evidence that their advice, techniques and recommendations actually work. No wishy-washy theory or generic advice from textbooks, just proven exercises, techniques, strategies and processes.

2) Training Content

You can get information on stress management and burnout prevention anywhere online.

So the trainer isn’t there to just provide information, they’re there to deliver on their promise of teaching your employees the skills of how to prevent, manage or treat work stress and work burnout.

Hire a facilitator who can offer a well-organized, well-structured presentation that your employees can take in, understand and implement the information and advice into their workday.

3) Interaction and Engagement

No one wants to sit through a boring presentation, so it’s essential that the trainer has the skills in presenting an interactive and engaging training session for your employees.

This not only makes for a great training day, it also leads to greater retention of the information, advice and techniques taught by the presenter.

Why ‘Training’ Isn’t Enough

Seeking out stress management training for employees is a great first step to a healthier, happier workplace.

But how do you know the training will be effective within your workplace?

How certain can you be that your employees will implement the advice delivered by the stress trainer?

Before you arrange workplace stress training for employees, it’s essential to know how the brain learns so that your employees are in an ideal learning environment and in learning mode to absorb the information and advice.


Research indicates that only 25% of what we learn during training is retained within 6 days of the event.

  • After 1 hour, people retain less than half of the information presented.
  • After 1 day, people forget more than 70 percent of what was taught.
  • After 6 days, people forget 75 percent of the information in the training.

So after spending thousands of dollars for training, within weeks your team is likely to remember just a few things the trainer said.

That doesn’t seem fair does it?

You’ve spent hours researching the best stress management trainers in the world (or within your own city), you’ve arranged an event, scheduled employees to be there… and all they remember is a few things just weeks after the training.

If this is the case, there must be a better learning environment, training method, model or system to ensure greater retention, surely?

Fortunately, there is.

What’s the most powerful element in human learning?

And what’s the #1 key to ensuring your employees actually implement the information and advice provided during training?


Repetition training has shown to increase retention significantly.

Research results showed that compared to learning once, learning 6 times led to stronger activation in the hippocampus (the source of learning and memory in the brain).

Repetitive training also helps to avoid the dreaded 3 day washout effect.

After all…

How did you learn to tie your shoes?
How did you learn to ride a bike?
How did you learn at school?

Repetition Leads To Remembering
Remembering Leads To Implementing
Implementing Leads To Change

Under the tutelage of an expert, repetition training supports the Learning Curve while simultaneously helps your employees avoid stepping onto the Forgetting Curve.

Benefits Of Stress Management Training For Organizations

What are the benefits and ways stress training saves your organization time, money and reputation?

With the right training, planning, processes, follow-through and support, your organization can prosper and thrive.

Here’s how stress management corporate training can help your organization, from recruitment through to an exit interview…

Employee Recruitment:

  • Learning about stress allows you to better profile and filter stress-prone personality types
  • Implement stress tests to see how potential employees respond to stress

Employee Onboarding:

  • Provide adequate anti-stress training to help new employees self-manage stress
  • Set health expectations from the beginning

Employee Monitoring:

  • Realistic KPI’s for employees to reach to ensure continued mental, physical and emotional well-being
  • Assess job roles and responsibilities through ongoing reviews (prevent overload and overwhelm)

Employee Training & Support:

  • Offering training and providing a support system within or outside your organization can have a significant impact on employee mental health
  • Supporting employees through regular training introduces new ideas, a fresh perspective and new techniques and strategies to implement for self-management of stress

Employee Engagement, Productivity and Performance:

  • Healthy, happy employees with clear guidelines and expectations stay on track easier
  • Engaged employees stress less, are more productive and perform better

Employee Exit:

  • Exit interviews can be a valuable source of feedback about your office stress levels, and allow you to gain suggestions for improvement.

What are the top stress training benefits for employees?

  • Increases knowledge and awareness of stress and burnout prevention
  • Reduces technostress (the negative psychological response to our over-technological world and its physical, mental and emotional impacts)
  • Builds greater mental, physical and emotional resilience
  • Increases cooperation, collaboration and interactions with co-workers
  • Increases creativity, positivity and contribution to individual and team projects
  • Reduces job stress, tension, anxiety and fear of the unknown (inside and outside of work)
  • Increases feelings of calm, peace and stability
  • Builds a ‘toolbelt’ of techniques and strategies to increase coping skills in any stressful situation
  • Improves work productivity, enthusiasm and affective commitment in employees towards their job and organization
  • Increases emotional intelligence and resilience by equipping employees with knowledge and skills for self-management and behavioral change

Stress Management Training Objectives

There are several objectives of stress management training, each just as important as the other.

Reducing your employee’s fear of the unknown and providing psychological safety in the workplace is no longer a luxury, but a necessity.

Stress Training Objectives Include:

  • To educate and inform employees and managers about workplace stress and burnout
  • To identify workplace stressors so that they may be reduced or eliminated
  • To improve co-worker interaction to reduce stress, tension and conflict
  • To set clear boundaries around job roles and responsibilities including after-hours work
  • To implement new systems or update existing systems to reduce stress for employees
  • To create or improve communication channels between employees and management to allow for honest feedback about the current workplace environment and culture
  • To clarify and/or redefine job roles to prevent job creep

What are your own objectives for the training? (Let me know in the inquiry form near the bottom of this page)

Stress Training For Managers

Managing people is stressful.

Balancing multiple personalities, co-worker issues, different cultural backgrounds, age differences, personal values, beliefs and expectations… the list goes on.

Add additional stressors into the mix such as deadlines, project delays, equipment breakdowns, supply chain interruptions and disgruntled customers along with pressure from leadership, board members and investors… it’s a recipe for stress and burnout.

But it doesn’t need to be this way.

Armed with good information, techniques, strategies, templates and processes, managers can reduce stress in the workplace with strategic planning, consistent actions, monitoring and support systems.

Stress management training for managers lifts the veil on the big unknown of stress… how to prevent it, manage it and support employees dealing with stress every day.

With the right recipe the outcome is predictable and achievable… and that’s what expert training can do for your organization.

What will managers learn?

How to motivate stressed employees – Get inside the mind of your employees to help them reduce stress, feel supported and get more motivated without being held back by stress.

What to say to a stressed employee – you don’t need to be a Psychologist to support a stressed employee. Matt’s training will show you the steps to take and the systems to implement to support employees effectively.

Fun stress relieving activities for employees – all work and no play is a recipe for workplace unhappiness and reduced productivity. During training you’ll engage in fun games that you can introduce to your team for fun interactions, better team unity and performance.

10 ways to reduce stress at work – discover the best ways to lower stress in the workplace with techniques, strategies and processes to turn frowns upside down.

Executive Stress Management Training

Executive and leadership roles such as CEO, CFO, COO, CIO and CMO can be high-stress, highly demanding positions.

C-suite stress management training equips your executives with the information and tools to prevent and manage stress as well as avert burnout.

Making important decisions which can affect employees company-wide need to be made in a state of calm and control.

Stress throws the mind out of balance, alters hormones, spikes cortisol levels, raises blood pressure and affects the processing of thoughts and emotions in the brain.

Having control over stress allows executives to make clear, rational decisions with logic, intelligence and empathy… pulling the company into a healthy direction over the long-term.


What happens when employees are stressed?

Stressed employees are less productive because the emotional and physiological effects of stress are all-consuming.

Being distracted by stress leads to low concentration on tasks, less engaged workers, less creativity, reduced motivation and increased negativity in the workplace.

Ongoing stress prevention training is a low cost investment compared to these well-known costs associated with work stress:

  • Staff absenteeism and presenteeism
  • Short and long-term stress leave
  • High-staff turnover
  • Recruitment and training costs
  • Low job productivity and performance
  • Poor workplace culture
  • Workplace injuries

What effects can we expect from anti-stress training for employees and how soon?

Your employees can expect to experience the benefits of work stress training immediately as they’ll be implementing the techniques they learn during the training itself.

Each in-house stress management workshop is a hands-on training that gives your employees knowledge, mind tools and the skills to apply the knowledge they’ve learned.

Your employees will leave each training empowered with information and practical skills that can be applied before, during and after work in order to reduce stress, build resilience and increase physical and mental health.

Your team will be able to handle high workloads with greater ease and proficiency thanks to the mental shifts that training triggers and provides solutions for.

What are some stress management training activities for employees within the sessions?

Stress management activities include team building exercises, quizlets, fun games, group activities, meditation, mindfulness exercises, deep breathing exercises, Q&As and stress assessments.

Each activity is designed to engage the brain in a different way to tame stress, increase social connection and trigger dopamine release (the happiness hormone).

The training aims to equip each attendee with the knowledge and skills required to build, maintain and improve their physical, mental and emotional health at work and beyond.

How can corporate stress training programs help reduce employee sick days while increasing productivity and performance?

From presenteeism to paid sick leave to reduced productivity and performance, stressed employees cost your organization money.

Stress training programs for corporate organizations can be tailored and delivered to suit your industry and organizational needs.

The edification of managers and employees is not just educational but also practical so that it leads to implementation of the advice and strategies at all levels of the organization.

As part of this commitment to implementation, repetition training is offered to reinforce and remind employees and managers of the importance of managing workplace stress strategically and consistently through ongoing knowledge acquisition and skill development.

How effective are stress management programs for employees?

Stress reduction programs in the workplace can lower stress, increase productivity and turn your organization into a vibrant environment that employees love working in.

It all begins with stress education as this will give management and employees the foundation and inspiration to implement and manage the program to ensure health becomes a priority and part of the fabric of your organization.

Whether it’s called a stress program, wellness program, mindfulness program or health program, the goal is the same: to minimize workplace stress and improve the mental, physical and emotional well-being of employees.

As a result of putting people first, organizations win through increased productivity, job performance, employee retention, reduced costs and increased profits.

Does training help us in the creation of a workplace stress management program?

During our stress training for managers we will create a number of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that will act as your internal workplace stress management manual.

Each manager will be involved in creating this customized manual with SOPs for each area of your organization, with the guidance and support of an experienced workplace stress trainer.

Training for managers involves a focused, top down approach by developing or improving processes within your organization to increase involvement, collaboration, improve decision making, reduce conflict, create support systems and recognize and reward employees.

Each of these elements will form part of your corporate stress management program that can be self-managed through your HR department with or without ongoing support or mentoring from Matt and his team.

Managers will be educated in common jargon, methods, models and evidence-based frameworks for detecting, monitoring, managing and reducing stress and burnout in the workplace.

They’ll learn about General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS), Fight/Flight/Freeze response, Eustress, Stress scales, tests and assessments to get on top of stress early.

Ongoing support and guidance is the most effective way to ensure a ‘culture of heath’ is embedded within your organization’s DNA.

Formalizing organizational stress management by including procedures, guidelines, policy and an action plan will solidify your commitment to your employee’s health and is what will ultimately lead to a sustainable, healthy and stress-resilient workplace.

Are you committed to turning your workplace into a healthy environment that fosters unity, creativity, positivity and happiness among employees and management?

Arrange a 15 minute introductory video chat with Matt to discuss your priorities and discover how Matt’s training can help your organization thrive.

Simply enter your details in the form below and Matt will respond within 24 hours…

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What Do Your Employees Want (And Need) From You?

Harvard research reveals that 36% of workers suffer from work-related stress which costs U.S. businesses $30 billion annually in lost workdays.

Experts believe workforce stress levels can be reduced significantly if employers create a ‘culture of health’ and wellness within their organization.

According to a survey by PerkBox, the main causes of psychological stress among British workers are:

  • Work-related office politics 37%
  • Lack of interdepartmental communications 34%
  • Work performance of others 33%
  • My own work performance 31%
  • Customer/client satisfaction levels 26%
  • Tensions with senior members of staff/managers 26%
  • Long working hours 25%
  • Poor company culture 18%
  • The company’s performance as a whole 18%
  • Other 15%

Are Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) the solution?

For many employees, seeking mental health support through a company-arranged EAP carries a stigma along with fear that somehow the information will get back to their employer and undermine their reputation at work.

Outside of an EAP, employees often seek private tutoring on stress management from counsellors, psychologists, therapists or coaches.

Private support offers guaranteed privacy and personalized instruction on dealing with stress effectively through proven techniques, strategies and lifestyle habits.

International Stress Management Training

Matt offers worldwide stress management training for companies of all sizes in countries and cities including:

USA – NYC, LA, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Austin, Washington DC, Seattle and more.

Canada – Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver.

UK – Scotland, Wales, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, including cities such as London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Belfast.

Europe – France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Greece, Croatia, Bulgaria, including cities such as Paris, Berlin, Rome, Bern, Amsterdam, Brussels.

Middle East – Dubai, Abu Dhabi.

Asia Pacific – Australia, NZ, Malaysia, Singapore including cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur.

Wherever you’re located, speak to Matt about either in-person training or virtual stress training so your employees can start taking control of stress.