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Managing Stress in Chaos

Managing Stress in Chaos gives professionals tools they can use during their workday to improve productivity and enhance creativity. Based on more than a decade of research and application through one-on-one coaching with professionals, the 90-minute interactive workshop focuses on stress-management techniques that include breath work, tapping, and visualization. At the end of the workshop participants will have learned basic techniques that will enable them to manage stress while in tense or chaotic environments, whether on difficult client calls, in presentations or situations that trigger stress-related emotions.

The workshop includes:

  • an introduction to “tapping”, a physical technique that evolved from acupuncture, and how it affects the body and mind
  • an introduction to Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
  • how EFT helps remove mental and physical obstacles using techniques developed in the early ‘90s by psychologists. EFT was later used to treat PTSD in veterans returning from conflict environments
  • learning tapping and visualization techniques, as well as breath work.

During the workshop, participants will learn and practice a series of basic techniques. As well, two volunteers will use the techniques to demonstrate how to remove tension from work-related stresses that cause anxiety.

Research studies had included the effectiveness of EFT for treating PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Here are the links to two research studies: 

Comprehensive Research Analysis Shows EFT Highly Effective for PTSD

Emotional Freedom Technique To Treat PTSD in Veterans

Emotional Freedom Technique is a scientifically backed practice that combines modern therapeutic psychology with Eastern healing methods of tapping on acupuncture Meridian points to release bad energy and emotional blocks from your body letting more positivity in. Learning EFT empowers you by giving you the tools to work on yourself to move on and grow from past and current negative events, pain or stressors.

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