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QPM Stresspro

Vocation

QPM Stresspro belongs to the Accompaniment range, whose objective is to provide a framework for professionals in accompanying people. These applications are intended for professionals called up to accompany people either individually or in the professional setting (psychologists, psychotherapists, coaches, Human Resources consultants, trainers, etc.). QPM® makes available to them a range of tools to help measure such aspects as behaviors, stress, anxiety, emotional intelligence, primary behavior types, as well as the possibility to perform statistical studies and barometers for monitoring purposes.

QPM Stresspro belongs to the range of tools intended to prevent psycho-social risks. In less than one minute it enables a professional to identify the various stresses, their causes, and the level of stress. Thanks to objective indicators, the QPM Stresspro results yield and instantaneous and reliable response to the needs in terms of prevention, measurement and management of work-related stress. The data in the report, exportable to Excel, enable speedy production of expert assessments and stress barometers with QPM Stresspro.

QPM Stresspro is used by all members of the Stress Experts Association (www.stressexperts.eu). The purpose of this association is to federate professionals, of whom at least one of their activities is devoted to the stress prevention / treatment, with the aim of providing an appropriate response, tried and testes studies and methods to the organizations and people throughout France and elsewhere.


Users concerned

  • Occupational physicians and nurses
  • Psychologists and psychotherapists
  • Human resources consultants
  • Coaches
  • Trainers
  • Stress experts

 

Contents

QPM Stresspro comprises 50 criteria organized into different chapters :

  • Levels of form (physical, mental, stress cognition factor)
  • The different types of stress
  • Reactions to stress
  • The stressors
  • The motivations (generally, personal challenge, intrinsic and extrinsic motivations)
  • Coping skills
  • The areas of the body affected by the stress
  • The solutions to implement

 

Example of measurement