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Stress Hardiness and Resilience

June 14, 2017

By Linda Smith, PA, MS

Stress is inevitable. It is part of our body’s natural and automatic response to meeting life’s challenges. Yet, we all have our days (or weeks) where stress takes center stage as we attempt to meet the many demands on our time and energy. When stress becomes chronic and we are not able to cope with it in positive ways, our bodies and minds wear down. In this first video of our series on stress, we discuss the importance of cultivating resiliency in creating a life that leans into stress.

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Leading Others in Writing for Health

By John F. Evans, MAT, MA, EdD and Karen Jooste, MD, MPH We have created Leading Others in Writing for Health for health care providers, health and wellness coaches, teachers, and other professionals who help people during times of transition, physical illness, and ...


Sustainable Spring Cleaning

By Jocelyn Weiss, PhD, MPH With Spring in the air comes the annual desire (need) to do some Spring cleaning. The practice, in itself, supports our health and well-being by helping to detoxify and declutter the air and physical space in which we live. Here are 6 tips to ...


Tapping into Health: Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) for Serious Physical Illnesses

By Larry Burk, MD, CEHP Do you have an illness of mysterious origin that persists despite treatment? Could there be an emotional component that is triggering your symptoms? EFT is a mind-body-spirit self-care approach which involves tapping on acupuncture points while repeating emotionally-charged statements that relate to specific health issues, ...


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