Did you know it is human nature to feel stressed out at times? That’s right, those feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, panic- those are basic human responses to threat, an abundance of demands, and/or the chaos of a situation or life event. Stress can sneak in and begin to sap the energy, productivity, well-being, and fulfillment from your life. Join this class to understand the human stress response, identify your reactions to stress, and learn effective and simple ways to manage your stress and energy levels for optimal performance, sound decision-making, and improved quality of life. We will work together to elevate your self-awareness around what provokes stress for you and how to best respond to its onset. Leave with enhanced knowledge and applicable strategies for controlling the physical, mental, and emotional effects of stress. We will provide time for Q&A to attend to individual insights or questions.
This class is appropriate for ages 16+.
This will take place online through Zoom. Links for Zoom classes will be sent by 5pm the day of the class. If you do not receive your link, please check your spam or email email@example.com.
About the teacher:
Amy O'Sullivan earned her master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology from The University of Pennsylvania and is certified in Applied Positive Psychology through the New York Open Center. She received her Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Psychology and Criminology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Her personal and professional experiences have informed her interest in the study of Positive Psychology and the demand for mindset shifts in all areas of life. Amy currently works as a mental performance coach and positive psychology keynote speaker. She works with youth and collegiate athletes, school districts, and large corporations to align individual and organizational thought processing to support performance, mental durability, consistency, and well-being. As a certified mindfulness and yoga instructor, Amy interweaves the underlying principles of Positive Psychology with breath and movement. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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