Author: Donald A. Tubesing
Publisher: Whole Person Associate
Keywords: stress, coping, guide, habits, kicking, yourself
List price: $19.95
Everybody knows what stress is-but Kicking Your Stress Habits helps people do something about it. This unusual workshop-in-a-book goes beyond lectures and statistics by encouraging readers to think, plan, and act for themselves. Used as a stand-along stress resource or as a course text, Kicking Your Stress Habits helps groups and individuals learn the fundamental principles of stress management and wellness-then put those principles to work in their own lives. This book’s engaging style and easy-to-use format promote reflection, group interaction, and individual action.
Author: C. Spielberger
Publisher: Hemisphere Publishing Corporatio
Keywords: stress, series, emotion, volume, anxiety
Number of Pages: 304
List price: $125.00
Featuring current findings by leading international researchers, this work is organized into four main sections, examining theoretical issues in contemporary stress research, personality/environmental determinants of stress reactions from a cross-cultural perspective; physiological aspects and correlates of stress reactions, and coping of stress together with prevention and treatment issues.
Author: Stephen Coscia
Keywords: stress, syndrome, center, relief, tele
Number of Pages: 124
List price: $19.95
This book will help telephone professionals to: - Reduce on-the-job telephone stress - Enhance telephone communications skills - Build stronger customer relationships over the telephone - Learn practical, common sense telephone strategies that really work ; Stress in call centers is a big problem. Calls from irate customers are the leading cause of Tele-Stress. This book provides common-sense strategies that work to cope, and the author explains what stress is, how if affects the body, and how to overcome it.
Author: Gary Edward Haymes
Keywords: stress, sessions, buster, hypnotic, twelve
Number of Pages: 261
List price: $27.95
Behavior and addiction modification through self-hypnosis is the same as being hypnotized by a profession hypnotherapist. Nearly ninety-eight percent of all people can easily place the subconscious (inner brain) into a self-induced hypnotic trance. Hypnosis is the state of the brain everyone experiences shortly when awakening from sleep. This book can train you to improve your life including how you deal with the world’s greatest killer—stress.
Author: Don R. Catherall
Keywords: stress, psychosocial, series, routledge, trauma, interventions, family, stressors
Number of Pages: 208
List price: $31.95
Aimed at practitioners working with couples and families dealing with the impact of a traumatic/stressful event, this text provides a hands-on, practical guide that deals with how to respond appropriately to a wide range of specific stressors.