The 10 Step Method Of Stress Relief

Author: Albert Crum
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849300639
Size: 37.94 MB
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A study conducted at Brandeis University estimates that the total economic cost of smoking, drinking, and drug use was a "staggering" $238 billion in 1990 alone. With the huge medical cost attributable to stress related illnesses and the complications of HMO bureaucracy, there is a move toward scientifically sound self-help programs for alleviating stress. The 10-Step Method of Stress Relief: Decoding the Meaning and Significance of Stress is a revolutionary approach to stress management. It presents simple, self-help guidelines that help you efficiently relieve stress. This self-paced book instructs you on the effective ways of finding the causes of stress, learning its meaning, and interpreting its messages and significance. The methods defined show you how to reduce stress by increasing alertness and perception. The book explains the difference between physical danger and concept danger and its crucial implications for stress relief. The percept method of stress relief teaches individuals to decode the message stress wants to deliver without using psychologically avoidant modalities or suppressive substances such as drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and food. As the message is received by the cerebral cortex and understood, the noxious symptoms begin to mitigate naturally. The 10-Step Method of Stress Relief can also help alleviate personal stress by teaching the perceptual/informational/protective function of stress, and how to use Emotional Literacy to find the stressor, understand the meaning and significance of that stressor, and recognize the stress feeling evoked by that stressor. This is not just another book on stress, but it is a new system, a new approach that can revolutionize stress management and self-help programs by introducing a new way to view stress. The 10-Step Method of Stress Relief: Decoding the Meaning and Significance of Stress is a tremendously valuable resource for individuals who want to learn how to reduce and cope with the stress in their lives.

Living With Stress

Author: Allen R. Miller
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438131402
Size: 77.12 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Provides all the information teens need to understand stress, including causes, symptoms, treatments, and prevention. Focuses on the emotional and physical effects of stress, why teens are at risk for stress-related problems, and how to address stress with lifestyle changes.

Interviewing And Change Strategies For Helpers Fundamental Skills And Cognitive Behavioral Interventions 6th

Author: Sherry Cormier
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0495410535
Size: 18.22 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This respected text skillfully combines evidence-based interviewing skills and cognitive-behavioral intervention change strategies applicable to a wide range of client ages, cultural backgrounds, and problems in living. The book interweaves attention to conceptual and empirical foundations with an emphasis on practical skills and real-life factors in contemporary settings with diverse clientele. Long commended for its synthesis of up-to-date professional knowledge with case models, learning activities, and guided feedback, INTERVIEWING AND CHANGE STRATEGIES FOR HELPERS: FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS AND COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS, Sixth Edition, is a comprehensive book equally well suited to comprehensive courses and more specialized courses dealing with practice domains such as interviewing, relationship building, and assessment; empirically supported intervention strategies; and topical foci such as stress management, cognitive change interventions, and working with affect management and relapsing populations. The comprehensive, up-to-date features of this book make it one that students tend to retain for later reference in their professional work. In addition, you now have new options for using the book for more specialized needs: a bound version of the first half of the book for courses focusing on interviewing, relationship building, and assessment (ISBN 0495143928) and a bound version of the second half of the book for courses focusing on empirically supported intervention strategies (ISBN 0495143936). These valuable additions complement a proven instructional format focusing on essential knowledge, skills, values, and tools needed by today’s professional helpers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Author: Clarke M. Ivanich
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781590333112
Size: 73.39 MB
Format: PDF
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Stress seems to be an affliction common to almost everyone living in the 21st century except perhaps a few inhabitants of some far-off islands untouched by modern society. But what is it? And more importantly, what is there we can do about it? Some research says we need it but this seems hard to believe. Other research, no less believable, says we don't need it but we can manage it. About the only thing about stress that seems certain is that there is a lot of it around and that the less of it that lands on a person the better. This book gathers new and important citations from both the journal and the book literature and provides access through author, subject and title indexes.

Books In Print

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Books in print is the major source of information on books currently published and in print in the United States. The database provides the record of forthcoming books, books in-print, and books out-of-print.


Author: Luis R. Perez
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 153260565X
Size: 77.24 MB
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Grief can do terrible things to us. It can hold us still in time and skew our perspective. That is the case with William Maldonado, who grieves the loss of his father as a child to war; the loss of his mother as a young adult to an illness; the loss of an opportunity to pursue a doctoral degree, and the loss of his professional reputation to an accusation of committing insurance fraud. Subterranean sorrow leads Maldonado to make wrong-minded decisions that eventually lead him to prison and then to a half-way-house. One day, as he tries to understand his grief, he blames the world, and, in particular, a former business partner. Full of rage, he returns to the city where he experienced his deepest wounds. Upon his return, he discovers that his former business partner, now a Pentecostal minister, emerged unscathed from the insurance fraud scandal that sent him fleeing for a decade. That discovery thrusts Maldonado on a path of revenge and into the roiling world of church politics, where he joins a secession group that wants to fire his former partner. It takes the whims of fate and new friendships for Maldonado to experience clarity of purpose.

Meeting Difficulties In Literacy Development

Author: Janice Wearmouth
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415304702
Size: 76.91 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Addressing the sensitive issue of difficulties in literacy development this practical book outlines what is meant by 'literacy' and the barriers to literacy development such as social class, ethnicity, culture and gender. It emphasises practical strategies and programmes to help reduce these barriers at school, family and community levels. Throughout, the highly qualified team of authors relate cognitive, psychological, and socio-cultural perspectives to current curriculum policies, controversies and ethical considerations. This book enables practitioners to reflect critically upon the choices available to them in assessing and supporting students who experience difficulties in literacy development. Topics covered include a thorough consideration of dyslexia, bilingualism, the conceptualising of literacy, equity issues, and suggestions for assessment and planning for pupils. This is essential reading for students on initial teacher training courses and teachers on CPD courses in the area of special needs, literacy and dyslexia. It is also a companion course guide for the Open University's new Difficulties in Literacy Development course.