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Program Objectives

(1

of 3)

Recognize stress and its

symptoms.

Diagnose personal and

organizational stress/stressors.

Identify specific problems and

apply treatments.

Gain practical techniques that

can be readily applied.

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Program Objectives

(2

of 3)

Describe long- and short-term


stressors and trigger situations.
Identify your personal and
work-related sources of stress.
Describe several common
lifestyle and societal pressures
that can produce stress.

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Program Objectives

(3

of 3)

Reduce negative stress and

its effects.
Learn passive progressive
relaxation techniques.
Practice, discuss, and
problem solve.

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A
Challenge
Please write a One
Sentence Definition of
S T R E S S.

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Definitio
n
Non-specific response to a demand -a product of change.
Any situation, good or bad, that
causes
you to readjust.

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The Alarm
Reaction
Biological changes.

Increased gland activity.

Increased heart and respiration.

Elevated blood pressure.

Body poised for action.


Fight or Flight Response.
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Stress
ors
Physical -- external factors.
Social -- caused by

interactions between an
individual and his/her
environment.

Psychological -- strong

emotions can be brought on


by external or internal
factors.
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Kinds Of
Stress
Short Term:

Long
-Term:

The kind of stimulus that


represents a challenge or
threat which causes an
alarm reaction and then
elicits a response which
resolves the situation.
A condition in which we
experience a continual
barrage of unresolved
stimuli.
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Kinds Of
Stress
Appraisal The first opportunity in

Appraisal
Stage:
which a person's belief
systems, past
experience, and
personality determine if
a specific situation will
The
second opportunity
Coping
be successful.
where the person
Stage:
determines whether the
response will be either
positive or negative.

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Related
Terms

Anxiety.
Free-Floating Anxiety.
Stress.
Tension.
Fear.
Phobia.
Unconscious Anxiety.
Panic.
Existential Anxiety.
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Standard Stress
Response
Increased blood pressure.

Increased pulse rate.


A heart-pounding feeling in your

chest.
Dilation of the pupils.
Dry mouth.
Increased perspiration, especially
on the palms.
Muscle tension.
Fast, shallow breathing.
Fatigue.
Boredom.
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