Examines the impact and effects of stress on individuals and within organizational systems on health and well being. Identifies evidence-based strategies to minimize the consequences of stress. Practical experiences in mindfulness based stress reduction, biofeedback, compassion cultivation, meditation, and journaling are included.
- Examine the consequences of stress on individual mind-body-sprit as well as the impact in organizational environments.
- Assess the attitudes, values and beliefs as an aspect of positive health and stress management.
- Differentiate the various stress and self-awareness practices such as mindfulness, meditation, compassion cultivation, journaling, guided imagery, biofeedback as methods for effective stress management.
- Design a positive lifestyle plan that incorporates stress management approaches and techniques.
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