Coping With Stress
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📒Coping With Stress ✍ C. R. Snyder
✏Coping with Stress Book Summary : This volume explores the adaptive patterns and behaviors of those who do well in spite of the obstacles that are thrown their way? The chapters look at effective ways of coping with stress such as the use of humor, forgiveness, control of hostile thoughts, constructing a coherent life story, personal spirituality, and personal growth.
📒Coping With Stress ✍ Paul R. Robbins
✏Coping with Stress Book Summary : The dynamics of 21st century life have created a social environment full of stressful situations. A Journal of The American Psychological Association noted that stress in the workplace has reached a critical point, and studies suggest that the most common aspects of our lives, such as relationships and daily activities, often cause the greatest degrees of stress. This book provides a comprehensive look at what professionals know about coping with stress, drawing upon research to assert which methods of coping seem to be effective and which do not. The book begins with a discussion of the nature of stress, looking at the effects of stress in daily life, considering some of the ways researchers study stress, and examining how the human body reacts to stressful events. The book then turns to the ways psychologists conceptualize, measure and study coping mechanisms, and to specific techniques, beginning with those that appear to be ineffective in reducing stress such as obsessing and ruminating about the problem and proceeding to those that appear effective such as seeking social support, exercise and improving interpersonal skills. For individuals considering professional help, the final chapters present some basic information about medications, psychotherapy and alternative medicine approaches.
📒Coping With Stress At University ✍ Stephen Palmer
✏Coping with Stress at University Book Summary : Coping with Stress at University comprehensively covers the main problems and stresses that a student may experience during their university career. Looking at university life from a variety of angles, this book equips the student to be able to deal with stressful situations ranging from exam pressure to relationship problems, from homesickness to managing finances. Although the problems do not change, the way a student faces them can and the more effective the approach, the less stress the student will feel when tackling their concerns. Quotes and case studies from previous students illustrate how problems have been dealt with in the past, and a number of coping techniques and exercises are provided to help prepare students for the transition into and through university life. Coping with Stress at University is an invaluable introduction to university life for any potential or current student, and it also acts as a helpful resource for parents and friends wishing to gain a greater understanding of the issues faced at university.
📒Recognising And Coping With Stress ✍ Brenda Nally
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📒Coping With Stress ✍ Gwen K. Packard
✏Coping with Stress Book Summary : A discussion of why teenagers may face stress and what they can do about it, suggesting techniques for dealing with situations such as school difficulties, relationships, and natural disasters.
📒An Introduction To Coping With Stress 2nd Edition ✍ Leonora Brosan
✏An Introduction to Coping with Stress 2nd Edition Book Summary : Overcoming app now available. This is a new addition to the popular 'Introduction to Coping with' series of self-help booklets. Written by the author of the popular self-help title Overcoming Stress, An Introduction to Coping with Stress offers a first step in CBT-based self-help. We all know what stress feels like, and indeed what it feels like when we have too much stress in our lives. Too much stress can have a negative impact on us, almost without our noticing it. It can affect our family life, friendships and other relationships, our work life and our physical and emotional wellbeing. This self-help guide uses CBT strategies to help the reader to recognise what happens to us when we are under stress and how we can change how we feel, think and act in order to regain a more balanced outlook on life and manage it more effectively. This practical booklet is also an ideal resource for health professionals and carers.
📒Handbook Of Stress Coping And Health ✍ Virginia Hill Rice
✏Handbook of Stress Coping and Health Book Summary : Selected for inclusion in this book is material on stress, coping and health that is considered to be the most thoroughly developed and studied within the nursing perspective. There is a balance between theoretical development, research, measurement and implications for practice.
📒How To Deal With Stress ✍ Stephen Palmer
✏How to Deal with Stress Book Summary : Straightforward, easy to read and highly practical, How to Deal with Stress puts the reader back in charge of their life and shows how to manage stress calmly and efficiently. Written by two internationally-recognized experts in the field of stress management, the book shows how to identify the underlying causes of stress before setting out a clear plan to manage both the causes of stress and their effects. How to Deal with Stress is crammed with invaluable tips on topics such as time management, exercise, nutrition and relaxation techniques. It offers not just a structured plan to manage stress but is also a practical handbook for both home and office, to dip into for quick advice, should the need arise.
📒Coping With Stress And Burnout As A Veterinarian ✍ Nadine Hamilton
✏Coping with Stress and Burnout as a Veterinarian Book Summary : Being a veterinarian can be a rewarding, challenging and demanding career requiring a passion for animals, great interpersonal skills and a strong work ethic. It also has a dark and very dangerous side. The suicide rate for veterinarians is almost four times higher than the general population across the UK, Australia, US, New Zealand and Canada. The effects of working long hours, performing euthanasia on animals, emotional pressure, financial issues, unrealistic expectations, and dealing with distressed clients places considerable stress on both the vet themselves and their families at home. Failure to cope with such stress upsets mental wellbeing and can lead to serious emotional, physical, and behavioural issues. For some it leads to death. If we are to reduce this tsuffering we need to find out what hinders a vet’s wellbeing and use targeted solutions that work. In this unique book, psychologist Dr Nadine Hamilton presents an examination of the problem, the ways vet mental health is influenced by their daily work and the science we can use to tackle it head on. Drawing from the fields of positive psychology, acceptance and commitment therapy, career construction theory, and resiliency studies, she outlines a promising new weapon in the profession’s fight against suicide. Included in this book is a concise self-help version of her ground-breaking Coping and Wellbeing Program for Veterinary Professionals — an evidence-based psycho-educational intervention to educate vets on how to develop protective attitudes, enhance wellbeing, and increase their coping skills. This is a book for every veterinarian, veterinary student and veterinary nurse.
📒Couples Coping With Stress ✍ Mariana K. Falconier
✏Couples Coping with Stress Book Summary : This is the first book that reviews both empirical and clinical applications of how couples jointly cope with stress - dyadic coping - around the globe. The Systemic-Transactional Stress Model (STM), developed by co-editor Guy Bodenmann, is used as a consistent framework so readers can better appreciate the contrasts and similarities across the fourteen cultures represented in the book. Written by scholars from the particular culture, each chapter provides a conceptual review of the dyadic coping research conducted in their specific cultures, and also provides empirical and clinical recommendations. Additional contributions include how to measure dyadic coping, so others can apply the STM model in other contexts. The latest treatment approaches for therapy and prevention are also highlighted, making this book ideal for professionals interested in expanding their cultural competence when working with couples from various backgrounds. Highlights include: -How couples in different cultures deal with stress and how values and traditions affect dyadic stress and coping. -Global applications, especially to couples in the regions highlighted in the book -- the U.S (including one chapter on Latino couples in the U.S.)., Australia, China, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Portugal, Romania, and Switzerland. -Factors encountered in examining dyadic coping using the STM Model including measurement and assessment issues. -Suggestions for making treatment, prevention, and intervention programs for couples more effective. Ideal for relationship researchers, psychologists, mental health counselors, social workers, and advanced students who work with couples dealing with stress. This book is also appropriate for advanced courses on interpersonal processes, close relationships, stress and coping, multicultural issues in marriage and family therapy or counseling, or family systems, taught in a variety of social science disciplines.