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Build your capacity to choose your response to stress 

Stress is a part of life that will always be with us—and it isn’t always a bad thing. The negative effects of stress exact a toll on our mental health, physical health, relationships, work and overall well-being—this applies to individuals and companies, communities and governments.


According to recent polling, 72% of Americans experienced more than two symptoms of stress in the past month. With regard to employment, 87% of U.S. workers surveyed reported that stress has led to feelings of job burnout, with one million missing work each day due to stress-related issues—costing businesses $300 billion each year. With many external stressors beyond our control, it can feel like we are reacting to life rather than really living it. 


The power in easing our relationship with stress lies in our choices. When we realize that we can choose how we respond to stressors in ways that promote health, harmony and resilience, we can rise to the challenges before us with clarity, energy and vitality.


In this evidence-based, interactive class, participants discuss stressors applicable to them, learn about the physical, emotional and psychological effects of chronic stress, and how to make choices that will improve their resilience. This class includes guided exercises that participants can immediately implement into their daily lives to promote a healthy response to stress—and even alter the structure of their brain, resulting in extensive lasting benefits.

Benefits from the training:

  • Transform unhealthy reactions to stressors into thoughtful responses that can improve relationships. 

  • Learn techniques to reduce blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and fatigue.

  • Learn strategies for responding calmly in challenging situations.

  • Improve resilience by raising your capacity for stress.

  • Practice evidence-based techniques that can be used daily to improve efficiency, focus, creativity, engagement, health and well-being.

  • Gain self-awareness and improve verbal fluency, memory, and interactions with others.

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