Stress is a natural part of every person's life. It is inevitable. Stress and anxiety are estimated to affect well over 19 million Americans, a number that is constantly growing. Two-thirds of Americans say they are likely to seek professional help for stress. Understanding stress and your personal reaction to it will allow you to identify the skills and techniques you need to effectively manage it. In this lesson, you will explore your reaction to stress in your life and build personal resources to improve your stress resiliency.
This course is based on The Complete Guide to Wellness by two wellness experts, Richard Bellingham, Ed.D. and Barry Cohen, Ph.D., and published in 2001 by HRD Press. Their book is a cumulation of over 20 years of experience in hospitals, wellness centers, and corporations, helping people live healthier, more innovative, and more productive lives. Bellingham and Cohen's approach to wellness is based on the belief that the human being is a system that requires a systematic approach for real change.
This course is intended for any employee in an organization who seeks a healthier way of living, learning, and working. Wellness: Introduction and Self-Assessment is a prerequisite.
We develop the best quality training and development programs, to build useful skill sets that can be utilized immediately in the workplace. We truly believe that human capital development is the key to making organizations productive and profitable.