Stress management- Reducing the stress response

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  10/4/11 Stress Management Reducing The Stress Response
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 10/4/11 Consequences of stress Changing behaviors that contribute to the stressor Stress Management: Behavioral 
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 10/4/11 Biofeedback/Neurofeedback Monitor and control bodily responses Learn to Lower response Stress Management
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 10/4/11 Slows heart rate, blood pressure, reduces muscle  tension Focused concentration Comfortable, Quiet environment Passive attitude Relaxation Response
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 10/4/11 Relaxation Training Progressive Muscle Relaxation Passive Relaxation  Relaxation
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 10/4/11 ± Mindfulness Meditation Awareness in the moment
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Unformatted text preview: Stress Management 10/4/11 Assumption: we are not perfect information processers Thoughts are not facts Stress Management: Cognitive Situation/ Stressor Automati c Thought s Reactions/ Consequen ces-emotional-cognitive-physiologic 10/4/11 Cognitive Shift Name one thing that surprised you, moved you, inspired you Write down 3 good things that went well Stress Management 10/4/11 Primary Appraisals Overestimations of the consequences and potential duration of a stressor Secondary appraisals Underestimating ability to cope and important resources Stress Management...
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course DEPARTMENT 382 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Syracuse.

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