Managing Holiday Stress
Meditation and Mindfulness Techniques
This one-hour course to help manage holiday stress offers participants a space to refocus, reeducate and re-experience the self. Participants will be introduced to controlled breathing, guided imagery and progressive muscle relaxation. When practiced correctly, meditation and mindfulness offer deep and lasting benefits for mental functioning, emotional and physical health and well-being. Even mild stress can make it difficult to control your emotions, which can lead to heated, uncomfortable exchanges at work or at home. Studies have shown that breathing-based meditation can have an impact on the nervous system and generate different emotions – it’s the only autonomic process that can be controlled.
Holiday Stress Lunch and Learn
Thursday, Dec. 11th 2014 at 12-1pm
Headquarters Training Room
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Adina Rosenberg, MCAT, BC-DMT, LPC
Adina Rosenberg is a licensed professional counselor with over 25 years experience working with children, adolescents and adults. A lecturer for Holy Family University’s Masters in Counseling Psychology Program and adjunct professor for Drexel University’s Department of Creative Arts Therapies, she maintains a private practice in Fairless Hills. She can be reached at 215-431-3111.