What is the approach Behavioral Theraphy applies to stress management?
In the sources I have consulted about stress management, so far, it is said that BT is one of the most efficient ways to cope with stress. But how exactly is it applied? any website, reference or resource where to keep learning about this?
Question answered by Braindead Brainiac
What is the best way to approach organisations to offer Relaxation & Stress Management training?
I offer training in Relaxation and Stress Management and have worked for several organisations through word of mouth from my one-to-one sessions and found it very rewarding. I'd be interested to find out what you think is the best way to approach organisations for this type of work.
Question answered by rach_cast
You know what, I think this is a very easy question to answer.
Go to companies that are fairly medium to large size, and ask them if they would be interested in letting you host a session on stress. Maybe you could call it, stress in the workplace, or something like that. I have visited some of these at my job I have been at for 10 years, and they are helpful, and many people do show up. Otherwise, find out if you can partner with an insurance provider who provides insurance to businesses. They may be able to partner you in, and keep you permanently, and then you could work for them, and they could tell you where to go to do your sessions.
Good luck to you. ps...I just read an article on Tyler Perry, where he went from being homeless to a millionaire. He was determined to become successful, with his playwrights and he suffered for it, but he finally made it to the top. It is not about winning, it is about doing as much as you can for yourself on your own, with God's help, and making it. I believe He blesses you for your hard work.
What are some stress management techniques?
Hey(: So I'm in high school and I was wondering what are a few stress management tips/techniques I can use? Were learning stress symptoms and management in my child development, and we have to come up with some techniques :) Thanks.
Question answered by Jasy
First one: buy or make a stress ball or make one out of a balloon and flour.
Second: Take a Walk
Third: take a hot bath while reading or doing something calm
Fourth: talk to someone who can help but wont get you stressed out
Can someone help me come up with a mnemonic device for stress management other than an acronym?
I have a project I am doing about stress management. My part of the project is to come up with a mnemonic device and an acronym. I have already completed the acronym but need help with the mnemonic device. Thank you for helping me.
I'm not memorizing anything in particular. I have to come up with tips on stress management and turn them into a mnemonic device. Any article online is what i've been searching.
Question answered by Follow the tracks
Try using a rhyme as your mnemonic. To remind yourself to exercise when you are stressed you could say "when life looks grim, hit the gym."
Explain why you feel that it is important to be aware of the connection between time and stress management?
Explain why you feel that it is important to be aware of the connection between time and stress management.
Question answered by http://www.stress-free-vibe.com
The reason it's important to be aware of the connection between time and stress management is because time is usually the reason we feel stressed.
Think through a typical day. Do you spend most of your time thinking about what you need to get done ("I need to remember to stop by the store on the way home", "I am so nervous about the upcoming test"), or do you invest much of your time reliving a moment you wish you could change ("I should have said...", "I wish I had...")?
Probably both right? That's the problem. We live here, in this moment. We can attempt to plan for the future, or learn from the past, but we tend to spend most of our time in these places when the most important moment is now. We can take action now. We can change now. So what do we do?
1. Every time you walk through a doorway focus on your breath and make sure you are breathing with you belly. Breathe in making the inhale last for 4 seconds. Feel the cool air entering your nose and pause for 1-2 seconds. Exhale the warm air making the exhale last 4 seconds and pause for 1-2 seconds before inhaling again. Repeat as long as you wish.
2. Practice body scanning. Allow your attention to scan each part of your body for tension. Often when you feel tension you will find yourself in the wrong time zone. Come back to the present moment and begin tensing each muscle in you body one at a time for a few seconds and releasing. Rember to breath with your belly.
3. Place reminders where you can see them at your work station or at home so you will remember to be in the present.
4. Meditate. Meditation helps to train and disipline the mind. With practice you will find it easier to stay in the moment for longer periods of time.
Thank you for your time. I hope this helps.
How do you decide which eating, exercise, and stress management options are right for you?
From Dr. Jesse,
Yes, what eating, exercise and stress management activites are right! for you!
Question answered by Nvr2soon
Copious amounts of eating, the rest are unimportant and quite boring.
Pass the rolls please.
Stress management exercises to be done in office?
Hi, I am looking for some stress management exercises which I can do in office.
Something subtle can be good. I do not want my colleagues to know I am not effective
and stressed up.
Question answered by Khrysalis
self-affirmation is always good. try coaxing yourself that everything is fine, you can finish your tasks. And if ever you do make mistakes don't blame yourself. when negative things comes across your thoughts try stopping it by just saying stop out loud (not too loud, just enough for you to hear). this helps you be in a more positive attitude thus resisting and managing your stress becomes more easier. Always give yourself credit whenever you finish something. talking a few walks like a couple of minutes walking from your cubicle to the corridors would suffice. also taking a 5-minute nap during lunch break helps. this is what you call a power-nap. :)
See this link, it will help you in the steps on relieving stress when at work without being noticed that you're stress out :)
I have to look up information on business dress, stress management and time management. Can anyone help?
I have to find the main points in Business Dress, Stress Management & Time management and summarize them. Can help tell me where I can find the best information?
Question answered by get g
This is in regards to stress management. What is the connection between relaxation, imagination and breathing?
I am doing a stress management course and cannot decide which answer it should be.
I have been pondering over this for quite some time so help with this is going to be so appreciated.
Question answered by toastposties
The way you breathe (consciously) can create tension, relaxation and a lot of other mental, physical or emotional states.... unconsciously, it reflects your state of being.
Breath directly affects the chi or energy flow in the body.
A relaxed state can open up the imagination and that state can be achieved through control of the breath.
Don't have a clue what the stress mgmt. course is wanting as an answer though.
Suggestions for a good book on stress management?
My husband has had alot of stress lately, and is on the lookout for a good book on stress management. Any suggestions?
Question answered by MotherKittyKat
You know I am going to tell you the Bible...believe it or not...when you can find forgiveness in your life, and recognize who the real enemy is causing the stress...for some reason..you can deal with it better...some how those kind words are soothing...Good luck with your husband,,,.nice long walks at night are extremely good for you and him...quality time, talking it out...and generally great for the whole system...God Bless