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Evidence-Based Stress Reduction Techniques
Stress is one of the most common and complex causes varying levels of mental, emotional and physical distress in those who suffer from it. In the past three decades significant evidence has emerged that offers myriad forms of relief from stress and anxiety. In this course we will explore the signs and symptoms of stress and various evidence-based modalities and techniques for stress reduction and management. These techniques range from Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to mindfulness.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

licensed social workers (beginner, intermediate and advanced levels of practice)

# of CE Contact Hours: 3

COURSE OUTLINE:

6:00pm-6:05pm: Welcome and Housekeeping
6:05pm-6:50pm: Definition and dynamics of stress
6:50pm-7:20pm: The relationship between stress and anxiety
7:20pm-7:55pm: Diagnostic features of anxiety
7:55pm-8:00pm: BREAK!
8:00pm-8:10pm: Definition of evidence-based practice/interventions
8:10pm-8:30pm: Mindfulness
8:30pm-8:50pm: Diaphragmatic Breathing
8:50pm-9:10pm: Cognitive Behavior Therapy
9:10pm-9:15pm: Wrap-Up

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to:-DEFINE stress-DESCRIBE the relationship between stress and anxiety-DESCRIBE the diagnostic features of Generalized Anxiety Disorder-IMPLEMENT at least 2 evidence-based stress reduction techniques in practice

COURSE FORMAT:

live webinar

COURSE FEE: $45 for 3 CE Contact Hours

Jun 26, 2019 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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