Work-Life Balance/Stress Management Trainer
“5 Minutes a Day
of Writing and Self-Reflection
will change your life.”
Stress is a reality we confront daily in the personal and professional areas of our lives. Therefore, every individual is faced with the challenge of finding healthy ways to cope with stress. The Self-Help Guide to Stress Management is a book that provides simple and easy-to-use strategies for managing stress in the workplace and other areas of your daily life.
Stress Management Trainings for Individuals and Companies
(Online and In-Person)
Stress in the workplace costs employers more than $300 Billion annually due to absenteeism, accidents and diminished productivity (According to the American Psychological Association).
Online and In-Person Stress Management trainings are a cost-effective way to help your employees maintain their productivity by learning healthy ways to cope with stress.
My Stress Management Trainings are affordably priced and customized for the size and budget of your company. Even more, employees can complete the online stress management course at their own pace from the convenience of their home or office computer.
SAMPLE VIDEO CLIP from Online Course
"STRESS MANAGEMENT: A Self-Help Course for Minimizing Stress in Your Personal and Professional Lives"
ANTHONY ON TELEVISION
San Diego 6 – The CW
San Diego, CA
Topic: Coping with Stress during the Current Economic Crisis
ANTHONY ON RADIO
Patricia Raskin, Host
Positive Living Radio Show
Providence, Rhode Island
Topic: Stress Management and Healing through Writing
Work-Life Balance Clientele
- Avery Grace Careers
- BaumanCurry & Co.
- COMTO (Conference of Minority Transportation Officials)
- ELE Wealth Management
- D’Veal Family & Youth Services
- Eggleston Family Services
- Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center
- JC Promotions
- Next Generation Executive Recruiting
- Peter Fedorov Enterprises
Stress Management Tips and Resources
A detailed outline of stress warning signs and symptoms (behavioral, cognitive, emotional, and physical) and other health related questions.
- Stress Symptoms, Signs, and Causes
- Stress Management
- Stress in the Workplace
- Stress and Your Health
- Quick Stress Relief
- Traumatic Stress
- Burnout Prevention and Treatment
www.medicinenet.com A detailed outline of stress warning signs and symptoms and other health related questions.
www.napo.net (National Association of Professional Organizers) Professional assistance in decluttering and organizing your home and work environment.
www.cdc.gov/niosh The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) offers more detailed information about job stress.
Locating a Psychologist or Mental Health Professional in Your Area:
For a list of consultants in your area who specialize in job stress, contact the American Psychological Association (APA) 1-800-374-2721 (https://locator.apa.org/).
Licensed Mental Health Therapists; Contact the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners for your state or look in the yellow pages under Mental Health Information, Psychologists and Psychotherapists.
www.apa.org(American Psychological Association) Information on stress and other health related questions.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
A 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in suicidal crisis. If you need help, please dial 1-800-273-8255. With over 150 crisis centers across the country, you will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
1) Cameron, Emma Seppala Kim. “Proof That Positive Work Cultures Are More Productive.” Harvard Business Review., 08 May 2017. Web. 02 June 2017.
3) Mental Health America (MHA),formerly the National Mental Health Association,