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Stress Management

We all experience stress in our daily lives; it’s unavoidable, as stress is the body’s response to the constant changes we encounter every day. While we can’t—and shouldn’t—attempt to eliminate all stress, we can learn to look at what stresses us with greater curiosity—and to remove unnecessary stress and more effectively manage the rest. Healthy stress management describes any of a number of physical and psychological strategies through which we can address our stressors and find ways to handle them with insight and resiliency, giving ourselves a leg up on our overall well-being in the process.

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Grief and Compassion with Fred Luskin and Mark Abramson

Dr. Luskin has completed extensive research on forgiveness therapy. He is the author of the best seller Forgive for Good: A Proven Prescription for Health and Happiness, and Stress Free for Good.

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Dr. Nadine Burke Harris is “Sick and Tired” of How Schools Handle Toxic Stress

Recommit to Kids Panel on Adversity.

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#39 Waking the Tiger—Peter Levine, PhD | Being Human

In this episode I speak with a major thinker and pioneer in the field of trauma and recovery and author of the seminal "Waking The Tiger", Dr Peter Levine.

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What Is EMDR and How Does It Work for Trauma Therapy?

In this video we will talk about EMDR — what is it and how does it work. EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing. It is an advanced mind body therapy for healing PTSD, trauma, anxiety, unhealthy habits and a range of psychological issues.

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All About Yoga Nidra as a Tool to Release Stress, Anxiety, PTSD, Reconnect to Bliss, & Heal / Whole

Yoga Nidra guided relaxation realigns the 5 sheaths of the body (a.k.a. koshas), releases stress, anxiety, and PTSD, reconnects you to bliss and unconditional Love.

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