Stress Management

Author: Dorothy H.G. Cotton
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134849664
Size: 16,12 MB
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guide for clinicians from all disciplines to help conceptualize and control stress in clients in a clinical setting. It presents a definition of stress that is operational in a therapeutic context, and suggests ways of translating this understanding into effective counseling.

Stress Management

Author: Jeff Davidson
Editor: Breathing Space Institute
ISBN: 0028639952
Size: 14,85 MB
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High employee stress can cause problems in the workplace. While not only increasing the employee's risk for health problems, it also can cost the company thousands in lost work days and increased medical costs. The 10 Minute Guide to Stress Management is the perfect solution for busy managers and professionals. Expert author Jeff Davidson walks workers through ways to decrease their stress level and increase their productivity. Readers learn how to: -- Understand why they are stressed -- Identify inducers -- both at work and at home -- Manage information and that overwhelmed feeling -- Implement practical tips that work for reducing stress such as sleep and eating habitsBR>-- Make exercise and private time work for managing stress

Stress Management

Author: B Hiriyappa
Editor: Booktango
ISBN: 1468918753
Size: 20,49 MB
Format: PDF
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Stress Management: Leading to Success book divided into seven chapter viz: 1. Stress 2. Reasons For Stress 3. Types of Stress 4. Stress at Work Place 5. Manage Stress at Work Place 5. Stress Management Techniques 7. Stress Management : Leading To Success

Stress Management

Author: Nanette Tummers
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1450431666
Size: 17,58 MB
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This text presents student-tested tools for managing stress in six dimensions: physical, emotional, intellectual, social, spiritual, and environmental. It takes a holistic view of managing stress rather than looking only at the symptoms. It draws heavily from leading research and best practices from experts in the field and includes experiential activities for practicing stress management techniques.

Stress Management For Dummies

Author: Allen Elkin
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111852392X
Size: 19,94 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Tired of letting stress have a negative impact on your life? Easy. It's impossible to get through life without encountering stress. And unfortunately, most of us learn the incorrect ways to cope with it. Thankfully, Stress Management For Dummies gives you trusted, time-tested guidance on teaching your body and mind to properly cope with stress while keeping your sanity intact. Whether it's love, work, family, or something else that has you in the red zone, this updated edition of Stress Management For Dummies will help you identify the stress triggers in your life and cut them down to size — all without losing your cool. Shows you how to use stress in a positive, motivational way instead of letting it negatively affect your life Teaches you to retrain your body and mind to react positively to stress Helps you overcome common stresses faced in modern life If you want to manage stress and get back to living a normal life, Stress Management For Dummies has you covered.

Family Stress Management

Author: Pauline Boss
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9780803973909
Size: 10,20 MB
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In this Second Edition, the author continues to explore both the larger context surrounding families and stress and the inner context, which includes perceptions and meanings. The author emphasizes the need for a more general contextual model of family stress and crises than other models. The goal is to provide a framework for students and professionals engaged in helping families learn how to manage their stress.

Stress Management

Author: Alissa Law
Editor: Roxie Brandon
ISBN:
Size: 18,22 MB
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Stress is a misdemeanor waiting to happen. Stress will wear heavy on your nerves when it builds up, causing you to feel depressed. You may start to develop unnatural health issues that seem to have no justifiable cause for its development. This can lead to problems, which is why you want a guide to thriving on stress. You can avoid many problems by taking action instead of letting stress get you down. How can I learn to be stress free? In order to be stress free you have to work at it, it will not come to you over night. It takes time to train your brain to deal with stress. Stress is very bad for you so if you can learn to be stress free you will be better off in the long ran. There are many ways to train you brain to get rid of the stress. What are some of the things I can do to train my brain to be stress free? You have to decide what you may want to try first and see what will work for you. Some people may like to read, which is good for you to be lose in times with a good book. Others like to just walk or even work out. Working out is a good way to get rid of stress so if your stressed you are doing something healthy for your body.

Stress Management

Author: Wolfgang Linden
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1452238669
Size: 13,64 MB
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Stress Management: From Basic Science to Better Practice examines documented pathways between stress and health and develops the scientific foundations for sound interventions. The book begins with a broad review of the term 'stress' and its importance for health. The text then provides a critical examination of the elements of the stress process, extracts supporting research for a rationale of stress management and describes various stress management techniques and their effectiveness.