Resources for Coping with Stress

We all deal with stress, but unmanaged stress affects our physical and mental wellbeing and can lead to depression. Caregivers balancing worry and demands of family, work, and other commitments are especially prone to depression – and among those least likely to take care of their own health needs. Learn strategies that even the busiest among us can adopt to support our personal wellbeing.

Coping with Stress Fact Sheet

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Reframing Negative Thinking Sheet

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Practical Ways to Reduce Stress from Social Media and News Outlets

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This webinar features Mary McNaughton-Cassill, Ph D., licensed psychologist and professor specializing in stress responses to news and media. Designed for family caregivers, human resources managers, EAP professionals, and adults concerned about themselves or others.

How You Can Fit Mindfulness Into Your Busy Schedule

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In this webinar, Dr. Elisha Goldstein, co-founder of The Center for Mindful Living in West Los Angeles, shares how you can manage your stress, identify depression in yourself and others, get help, and build in mindfulness exercises into your daily routine. The program is designed for families, caregivers, employees and management personnel, and anyone interested in mental health resources.

Strategies for Families

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This webinar features Dr. Liza Zwiebach of the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program and Emory University School of Medicine, who shares insights from her work with families, including supporting veterans. This program is designed for family caregivers, military families and service personnel, employee assistance program professionals, and adults concerned about themselves or others.