Unlike Clinical Registered Stress Practitioners, who are largely curative-orientated, Strategic RSPs will specialize in prevention. Therefore, their training is geared to working with organisations on a policy level, rather than with individuals and their immediate employers.
In this way, the two major specialisations or vocational RSPs together treat those made unwell by Excess-stress - and they work to prevent its reoccurrence.
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FAQs about Strategic RSPs.
What's the difference between Strategic Registered Stress Practitioners and Stress Management consultants?
Although Strategic RSPs specialize in prevention, rather than cure, of Excess-stress and Post-slow-stress fatigue, they are taught and their everyday work is informed by clinical observation and evidence.
In other words, Strategic RSPs learn how to prevent cases of too much stress, by understanding how to cure them.
Do I have to be self-employed?
The intention when Registered Stress Practitioners were invented was for there to be both freelance and employed Strategic RSPs.
Economically speaking, since that time the ability of organisations to afford dedicated in-house Strategic RSPs has decreased, despite the fact that they can save an employer a great deal of money lost on absence.
Discuss this with us when you come and see us.