Choose one or mix-and-match to create a half/full-day program.
Review the research on how psychological stress can contribute to physical disease. Special focus on heart disease, the immune system, and the mind-gut phenomenon.
Thoughts can be thought of like forms of energy that have a chemical affect on the body. Learn how to use cognitive restructuring techniques and journal writing to change negative thinking into a more positive outlook.
Evaluate how incorporating simple physical activity and nutrition strategies into your busy schedule can strengthen the body's resistance to stress.
Review time, money, and communication techniques to reduce avoidable stressors.
The term Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a well known phenomena but what many people don’t realize is that stress, even severe stress, often leads to personal growth. This program will give examples of how individuals have used their stressors to find meaning and purpose after trauma or tragedy.
Learn the basics of mindfulness, meditation, guided imagery, and visualization exercises to clear and calm your busy mind to allow a greater focus on your goals.
Enjoy the scientific benefits of art and music therapy exercises.
Insomnia and lack of quality sleep, lead many to consume more caffeine leading to a poor sleep cycle and reduced productivity. Discuss techniques to improve your sleep hygiene.
Select from your organization's greatest needs and interest: Heart Health, Brain Health, Pre-Diabetes Management, Cancer Risk Reduction, Understanding Blood Pressure and Blood Glucose Readings, and others by request.
One-on-one meeting to discuss your personal plan for stress management and resilience training.
Identify life circumstances contributing to stress or poor health and current coping skills. Create a plan to reduce unnecessary stress, strength the body's resistance to stress through mental and physical exercises, and identify relaxation techniques.
Identify successes and challenge of the personal stress or health plan. Make adjustments as needed.