Oak Harbor, Washington (PressExposure) December 01, 2006 -- Everyone is experiencing increased levels of stress. This stress affects health, quality of life and productivity. The costs of stress to business and to your health has been discussed by the media, but no one has step forward with practical and tested methods for stress management. Every individual is unique in the way they habitually respond to stress. Tranied professionals are needed to demonstrate a variety of proven stress management strategies and then to assist motivated clients to install these techniques into their busy lifestyles.
Professional training is now available for trainers, coaches, or HR professionals who wish to position themselves in front of this growing market. There are "cutting edge" approaches such as biofeedback which can be successfully used to create awareness and then to defeat the negative stress responses that people have developed. Combined with the best stress management techniques from Western and Eastern cultures, professionals can find the perfect solutions for individuals or organizations that do not have the time or resources to waste due to the negative influence of stress.
Behavioral approaches to manage: panic, anxiety, chronic pain, sleeping problems, headaches, digestive disorders, and other stress related disorders are demonstrated along with specific work targeted techniques that can lead to increased performance and improved health.
This training can be used to develop a secondary source of income, to promote other professional activities, or as new career path. Training programs are created for the specific requirements of the coach or trainer based on the needs of their clients organization or industry.
L. John Mason, Ph.D. the author of the best selling,"Guide to Stress Reduction," and founder of the Stress Education Center in 1978 has created this practical and effective train the trainer program. The need for this training came from many client reports regarding ineffective stress management presentations and coaching by inadequately trained professionals. It is time to give stress management coaches and trainers the background that they require to offer professional stress management services that save both time and money while enhancing productivity and improving quality of life.