Business Balance: The Art & Neuroscience of Managing Stress
This webinar offers information about the neuroscience of stress and how it affects one’s body, cognition, and the ability to cope with your work and life. Participants will have the opportunity to learn simple safe techniques to facilitate optimal brain functioning to aid in the management and amelioration of stress in mind and body.
Available only in English
- The Neuroscience of Stress
- How the organism copes with stress
- Chronic vs. Acute stress
- Effects of Stress on Mind and Body
- Identifying stress in the mind and body
- How stress affects the mind and body
- Chronic vs. acute stress effects
- Techniques for Reducing Stress
- Bilateral Stimulation
- Guided Imagery
- Methods of expression
This Workshop is Taught by Linda Chapman, MA, ATR-BC
Author of Neurobiolgically Informed Trauma Therapy with Children and Adolescents, Linda Chapman has over 40 years of clinical experience with those who have experienced child abuse, violence and medical trauma as well as learning and behavior problems. She has experience in inpatient child psychiatry, a medical hospital, a school for children with learning disabilities, and private practice. Linda was affiliated with University of California San Francisco for 30 years where she held clinical faculty and research positions.
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