Stress Reduction for Teachers
This month we are highlighting our program "Stress Reduction for Teachers." We designed this workshop in 2012 due to numerous requests by teachers requesting a program specific to their needs. To highlight this issue, a recent survey by Teachers Assurance revealed that 76% of teachers believe that workplace stress was making them ill. Teacher stressors include classroom management and dealing with difficult students, among others. This program will provide specific strategies and tools for helping teachers manage their stress with the overall goal of helping our teachers support themselves and our students. If you are a principal of a United States school, and would like to provide this program for your teachers, contact us at email@example.com.
Our programs were featured in numerous national publications, including The U.S. News and World Report, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Times. For links to the articles, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of our workshops are now available via instant download at www.shop.stress-solutions.com.
The most convenient way to take our courses is via the Online Courses tab. Five of our most popular courses are available.
Schedule a Workshop
If you would like to schedule an onsite or off-site workshop, or have a comment, feel free to email us directly at email@example.com.
Conseqences of Stress
Stress costs businesses
over 30 billion dollars a year in turnover, lowered productivity,
health care costs and sick days.
The mission of our organization
is to provide participants with clinically-proven, practical
techniques and information for learning how to manage both
work-related and home stress in a fun and engaging way.
Stress, One Person at a Time
Our most popular program, "Managing Work-Related Stress" is
a comprehensive stress management program that offers a menu
of the most popular and effective techniques and strategies
available in the field, including numerous "immediate-need" techniques
you can do at your desk.
If laughter is your preference we have "Humor
and Optimism as Tools for Good Health." We
teach employees to look for the positive, stay motivated,
and find humor in everyday experiences as a strategy of
Our program "Drumming
Away Stress", is based on Robert's book "The
Healing Power of the Drum." This program uses
hand drums and rhythm instruments to reduce stress and
We also offer new programs including Staying
Motivated -- Being the Best You Can Be, Creating a Healthy
Balance, The Psychology of Weight Loss, and Dealing with
Difficult Employees. We also offer management courses
for identifying stressed employees.
Numerous national and
international television and radio programs have featured
our company and its philosophy, including "The Today Show" on NBC, Discovery Health Channel, CNBC, and
Fuji Television and Sanko Business Television in Japan, among
We have been featured in such noted publications as U.S. News and World Report, The Washington Times, The Wall Street Journal, Self Magazine, and many others.
A five-minute clip of
the year-long, four-part Discovery Health channel series
is featured below in which we worked successfully with five
very stressed individuals, utilizing our "Journey
Into Relaxation" and Stress
Management Coaching methods, including the well-known
golf professional, Fred Funk.
We’ve also included a two-minute television
clip of a Fox News broadcast featuring our unique program “Drumming
Away Stress” filmed at a staff meeting of the worldwide
company, CMP Media Co. This clip can be found on the bottom
of the "Drumming Away Stress" workship page.
Management Training Career
addition to offering programs for managing stress, we also
offer licensure and
training for individuals who would like to consider a career
in teaching stress management workshops. If you are interested
in information, please contact us, indicating the program
you are interested in teaching and the state (if in the U.S.)
or the city (if outside the U.S.)
Of course, e-mail us if you
have any questions about stress management issues, comments
about our web site or if you would like to schedule a program.