I am a Psychologist, Author, Speaker, Trainer and former Navy Lieutenant Commander. Most importantly, I'm a stress management expert. For over 20 years I have worked in the military, corporate, medical and private sectors successfully helping people reduce their stress. This site contains the best information to reduce stress - both clinically proven and real life practical solutions.
Knowing what goes on inside your brain during a stressful situation means you can more effectively do something about it. The services in this site give you the power you need. And that's what you want, isn't it?
Recognize the biological aspect of stress
Increase your awareness of warning signs that you may be experiencing stress-related symptoms
Experience dealing with stress better
Learn to easily relax and wind down naturally
Discover practical solutions and quick ways to destress in the moment
Reduce stress from time pressures
Understanding exactly what kind of stress you're facing means the difference between experiencing unnecessary stress and eliminating it. As you observe how your brain works under stress you naturally begin to uncover thinking traps that lead to stress.
Reduce constant anxiety, avoidance, procrastination and rumination
Make getting a good night's sleep routine
Decrease racing thoughts
Get back your confidence and feeling of self-efficacy
Understand how to balance your needs with other obligations
Recognize how stress can be positive and how to use it to your advantage
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