Rethinking Stress

Course# TD1617


Note: This course is capped at 16 participants.

Categories: Work/Life Wellness - Advanced

Type: All Inclusive Series
To maximize the collaborative learning, please review your calendar before registering to ensure you can attend all sessions.

Total Series Time: 7 Hours (Two - 3.5 hour sessions)

Make-Ups: Make-ups may be available for this series. Please contact Suzanne Vance (vancesn@jmu.edu or 84101) to check on availability of make-up sessions..

Required Pre-requisites: None

Recommended Pre-requisites: TD1279: Normalizing Stress, TD1280: Harnessing Resilency and TD1276: Stress is a Gift. Please contact Raymond Brown, Professional Development Specialist in Training and Development, at 8-5366 if you have any questions about the recommended pre-requisites or enrolling in this class.

Series Description: Through Rethinking Stress, participants learn to address the issues that are causing them stress and to change how they respond to stress.

Participants learn:

  • How to identify behaviors and perceptions that aren't productive
  • How and why the body responds to stressful situations
  • New ways to resolve stress-induced problems
  • Four powerful stress-intervention strategies for becoming more stress-resistant.

Presented by:  David Barnes, Director of University Unions and Derek Dye, Associate Director, Festival Conference and Student Center

Session Information:
Thursdays, July 17 and 24, 2014 
8:30 AM – 12:00PM
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