If you are like many people today, you are constantly exposed to stressors, both good and bad. This training will help you understand stress, recognize the signs of stress overload, and teach you effective skills for reducing and managing it.
It will give you the tools and techniques you need to transform stress into the success you desire in your life.
Have you ever felt stressed out, checked out, and tuned out?
Do you ever have trouble concentrating and getting things done?
Are you more forgetful than usual?
→ Do you put a lot of pressure on yourself?
→ Is your mood negatively affected by what goes on during the day?
→ Do you feel like you are always running behind?
→ Are your thoughts racing, negative, or anxious?
→ Do you find yourself snapping at your loved ones?
→ Do you feel like there simply isn’t enough time to get everything done?
→ Are there nights when your mind is too busy to sleep?
→ Is your relationship, work, or finances stressing you out?
→ When stressed out do you experience headaches, a stiff neck and shoulder or stomach pain?
→ Do you worry about what happened during the day or what is going to happen tomorrow?
→ Do you ever feel overwhelmed?
→ Do you ever feel stuck in your life and can’t figure out how to change it?
→ Are you experiencing stress related illness
→ Does stress get in your way of success?
If you answered “yes” to any of these then stress may be interfering with your success. The good news is you are not alone and this teletraining can help you transform stress.
In this 3-part teleseries you will learn:
→ How to recognize and understand stress
→ When stress is helpful or harmful
→ What stresses you MOST
→ Warning Signs of stress overload
→ How stress shows up in your body
→ Internal vs External sources of stress
→ How to change the stressor
→ How to change your response (internal) to stress
→ Techniques, skills, and activities for de-stressing
To see and outline of the training sessions please visit www.TheBrainLady.com/transformingstress and scroll down.
So who am I, and why should you listen to me?
My name is Debra Burdick, LCSW, and I initially became interested in recognizing and managing stress in order to deal with a chronic illness (now thankfully healed). I learned about how stress triggers our stress response. Then I studied and practiced valuable, research based techniques for recognizing and calming the stress response. I found this so helpful in my own life that I started teaching my clients the skills I was using. It has become more and more clear to me that stress plays a major role in emotional and physical health and that addressing stress this way can have a significantly positive impact on lives.