HeartMath - Transform your Stress
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HeartMath - Transform your Stress
Presented by: Various Alberta Health Services Speakers
Located at: Online
About the Session

TARGET AUDIENCE: All K-12 educators

Stress affects people physically, mentally and emotionally. Many Albertans have identified feeling stressed with the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic.

October 12th - This introductory course for clinical and personal use includes a basic discussion of stress plus looks at different ways to manage stress, including 2 HeartMath breathing techniques.

Course Objectives - Part 1 - Participants will:

  1. Discuss the stress response;
  2. Identify warning signs of stress;
  3. Make an action plan to address their own stress;
  4. Review how emotions impact the body, brain, and overall health;
  5. Participate in 2 practical stress-relieving breathing techniques;
  6. Discuss how emotional resilience can be enhanced through regular use of the breathing tools;
  7. Discuss potential use of the HeartMath tools in the clinical setting.

October 19th - This part is for personal use continues from Part 1 with the learning of 3 additional HeartMath techniques to manage stress and increase resilience.

Course Objectives - Part 2 Participants will:

  1. Review questions from Transform Your Stress (Condensed) - Psychosocial Response to Disaster - Part 1;
  2. Discuss perception and decision-making abilities using the HeartMath tools;
  3. Discuss communication skills through use of the HeartMath tools;
  4. Review how emotional resilience can be enhanced through regular use of the breathing tools.

 

About the Presenter(s)

Various Alberta Health Services Speakers

Fee: $0.00

Alberta Health Services
Community Health