Mindfulness & Stress Reduction - Streaming Video (w/Home-study)

Cites various effects of stress on the nervous system, including sympathetic arousal and the adrenal response. Describes the role of chronic stress in physical and psychological illnesses. Outlines mind-body therapies suitable for integrative health practices. Demonstrates the practical techniques related to mindful relaxation. Discusses the role of meditation and breathing techniques in stress reduction programs. Demonstrates simple exercises for use in alleviating stress symptoms. Describes how the Relaxation Response engages the parasympathetic nervous system. Describes strategies for integrating mindful stress-reduction methods into nursing, mental health, dentistry and other clinical practices.
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Learning Objectives

  1. Cite various effects of stress on the nervous system, including sympathetic arousal and the adrenal response.
  2. Describe the role of chronic stress in physical and psychological illnesses.
  3. Outline mind-body therapies suitable for integrative health practices.
  4. Demonstrate the practical techniques related to mindful relaxation.
  5. Discuss the role of meditation and breathing techniques in stress reduction programs.
  6. Demonstrate simple exercises for use in alleviating stress symptoms.
  7. Describe how the Relaxation Response engages the parasympathetic nervous system.
  8. Describe strategies for integrating mindful stress-reduction methods into nursing, mental health, dentistry and other clinical practices.
Contact Hours: 6
Instructor K. Howard
More Information About This Course: Mindfulness & Stress Reduction Accreditation PDF

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