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Stress Recovery Effect

Feeling stressed? Learn to turn stress from your enemy to ally!

IMPORTANT CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Due to COVID-19, this program will now be offered via a live virtual option until further notice. Pre-registration is not required, just open link at the time of event. In support of CREATION Life principle Interpersonal Relationships and engagement, please come prepared to interact with team members and course facilitators, as well as your OPID. Check out the April Course Schedule to participate.

In The Stress Recovery Effect, researchers Nick Hall, PhD, and Dick Tibbits, DMin, introduce employees to their evidence-based solution for stress management in the workplace. Grounded in original research conducted at AdventHealth—the largest admitting hospital in America—this transformative program empowers employees to do what elite athletes and high performance CEO’s do: Reframe stress from a negative to a positive, find their optimal stress zone, and use The Stress Recovery Effect to fuel future success.

Avoiding the “one-size-fits-all” approach so common with most stress management programs, Drs. Tibbits and Hall have produced an individualized/customized program—within a range—where each participant will identify their own Stress Coping Style (SCS) and create a Personal Stress Profile (PSP). With these tools employees will learn new personalized strategies for optimizing (not eliminating) stress.

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In this innovative program you will:

  • Identify your distinctive Stress Coping Style (SCS).
  • Create your Personal Stress Profile (PSP).
  • Learn how to make stress work for you not against you.
  • Acquire tools to recover and refocus your energy.
  • Find out why avoidance of stress is NOT a long-term strategy.
  • Experience greater focus, creativity, and joy in life.
  • Learn new strategies for optimizing (not eliminating) stress.

WebMD Points: 20 points for attending the full course by October 30, 2020.

Please allow 4 weeks for points to be reflected in your WebMD account.

*This an unpaid class. Please work with your manager to receive approval and create the time to attend the class.