Managing Stress- Presented by MHN

Thursday, October 17, 2013
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
University Union - Forest Suite
Event Type
Information Session
Contact
Kevin Mackey
Department
Benefits Office

Stress seems to be a constant companion in today’s busy world. However, frequent or cumulative stress erodes emotional and physical health. This workshop emphasizes that managing stress begins with the assumption of personal responsibility and self-control across different situations and environments. The ability to choose healthy responses to any given event is the key to minimizing stress and creating a healthy life.

Workshop Learning objectives:

After the workshop, participants should be able to:

• Understand the nature of stress and the body’s responses to stressors

• Identify sources of stress and the symptoms of stress “build-up”

• Discuss different stress management strategies used to buffer the effects of stress

• Present the different aspects of the “stress hardy” personality

REGISTRATION:  Register online through LearnerWeb (Course ID: HR_BEN_013)

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