1.3 Assess the range of physical, emotional, mental, social, and environmental factors and stressors that effect health.

  
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Unit Reference Number

Y/650/5037

Unit Title

Stress Management for Body and Mind

Unit Level

5

Number of Credits

20

Guided Learning Hours (GLH)

80

Total Qualification Time (TQT)

200

Mandatory / Optional

Mandatory

Sector Subject Area (SSA)

1.2 Nursing and Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine

Unit Grading Structure

Pass/Fail


Unit Aims
To develop the knowledge and practical skills necessary to perform a treatment protocol that is used specifically for stress related pathologies and/or conditions.  To understand the physiological and psychological processes of stress.

Learning Outcomes, Assessment Criteria and Indicative Contents

Learning Outcomes – the learner will:

Assessment Criteria – the learner can:

Indicative contents

1. Understand stress and its impact

1.1 Define stress.
1.2 Describe the principle causes of stress.
1.3 Assess the range of physical, emotional, mental, social, and environmental factors and stressors that effect health.
1.4 Determine the physical responses to stress.
1.5 Determine the psychological responses to stress

Impact of multi-faceted life and lifestyle factors on health.

Details that impact on the ability of a person to play an active role in promoting their own innate ability to regain homeostasis for body and mind.

Stress can be defined as any type of change that causes physical, emotional, or psychological strain.

2. Be able to provide Applied Reflexology for stress related conditions

2.1 Discuss and record treatment protocol plan specific to stress related condition.
2.2 Provide specific reflexology treatment protocol for stress related condition.
2.3 Provide clinical evaluation of the treatment outcomes.

Focus on: Stress related conditions and client reported stress factors.

Complex and non-routine treatment planning with need to identify and use relevant understanding, methods, and skills.

Responsibilities; course of action exercising autonomy and judgement within the parameters of Applied Reflexology interpretations.
Skills; Uses treatment protocols appropriate to providing a clinical reflexology treatment that is specific to a stress related condition.
Methods; clinically assess, analyse and evaluate to provide bespoke treatments with a critical review of outcomes.

Demonstrate that they are working and complying with ethical standards of practice and exercising autonomy and judgement. Using practical theoretical and technical understanding to address issues, while remaining aware of the nature and appropriate scope of the reflexology practitioner application.

Formal and Informal sources of support for development of recommendation to other appropriate health providers.

Content: Systems appropriate to stress plus limbic system.

Energetic principles and how they impact on health: Chinese organ clock; Meridians; Chakras; Muscle Chains.


Assessment
To achieve a ‘pass’ for this unit, learners must provide evidence to demonstrate that they have fulfilled all the learning outcomes and meet the standards specified by all assessment criteria.

Learning Outcomes to be met

Assessment criteria to be covered

Type of assessment

Word count

All 1 to 2

All AC’s under LO 1 to 2

Essay / Portfolio / case studies of Clinical Practice

Essay 2000 words


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