Stress Management Programs
Why is this important?
Stress is experienced by many people on a daily basis. The American Psychological Association and the National Institute of Mental Health describe numerous effects of stress on health, including physical health issues such as cardiovascular disease. While all stress is not bad, chronic stress may affect overall health negatively. Learning how to manage the stressors that one experiences is important for good health.
Stress Management & Resilience Training (S.M.A.R.T.)
Learn how to effectively manage stress and improve your overall health and wellbeing with Stress Management and Resilience Training (S.M.A.R.T.), an 8-week interactive workshop series created by the Connor Integrative Medicine Network and University Hospitals.
Mondays at 12:30 PM
June 11 through August 6 (no class July 2)
Registraiton opens soon!
Practicing meditation regularly can help reduce stress, improve focus and concentration, and improve general wellness leading to greater workplace productivity. Meditation at CWRU is an 8-week class.
Wednesdays at Noon
May 23 through July 18 (no class July 4)
Registration opens soon!
Mindfulness is a series of eight interactive workshops designed to teach the practice of mindfulness to improve your ability to focus and positively impact your overall health and well-being.
Thursdays at Noon
March 29 through May 7
Kelvin Smith Library Lower Level 06B&C (May 3 Dampeer Room)
A more intensive workshop designed to build upon the experience and skills developed in the S.M.A.R.T. program. This series is perfect for people wo have completed SMART 1.0 at CWRU. Strengthening and adding new tools for stress resilience skills will enhance participants' ability to create positive sustainable behavior change leading to optimal health.
Look for a new class in 2018!
SelfHelpWorks Stress and Resilience Training
ON-LINE Stress Managment
SelfHelpWorks LivingEasy program is a multi-session class which will change the way you think, feel and react to stressful situations.
Read more: LivingEasy Stress & Resiliency Program
To register, follow the prompts on the SelfHelpWorks page of this website.