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Articles on Stress, Anxiety and Related Disorders Published by The Stress Management Institute

The Causes and Symptoms of Stress

Breathing and Breath Control

Stress and Faulty Breathing Habits

Working with Stress Management Groups

Muscular Relaxation Training

Relaxation Training

Therapeutic Information Giving

Teaching Relaxation Training Using Guided Fantasy

How stress management training can help combat stress-related insomnia in the adult client by Tana Collins. Tana operates and runs a Massage Practice in the Edinburgh area. The types of massage she offers include: Swedish Massage with deeper sports techniques; Seated Neck and Shoulder massage designed for Computer Users; Rejuvenating Facial Massage; Thai Foot massage; Indian Head massage. She also run workshops in businesses and at home teaching clients how to avoid repetitive strain injuries. Email tanacollins@blueyonder.co.uk

Stress Management Training and Problematic Gambling Treatment by Erin Dietrich, Erin is a Canadian certified Problem Gambling counsellor at a residential addiction treatment agency in northern Ontario, Canada. She utilizes stress management as an important part of treatment for those clients who need it both in individual and group counselling sessions. Email: dietrice@tbh.net

How Pilate’s exercise program can benefit the reduction of stress both psychological and physical by Zoe Watkins, Pilates teacher in the Swansea Area. Email: soxiewatkins@yahoo.co.uk

Stress in organisations from an occupational health and ergonomist perspective by Isabel Burrows. Acorn Occupational Health Ltd.
Email: info@acornoh.co.uk www.acornoh.co.uk/management_referrals_stress_management.html

How can Clients develop more Positive Thoughts and Behaviours? by Laura Lochhead. Email: lauraloch@yahoo.com www.acc-uk.org/counsellor/LOCHL01
Laura Lochhead is an Accredited Counsellor qualified to work with individuals and couples. She is also a Supervisor of Counselling providing supervision to counsellors/student counsellors and has years of experience in helping clients in relationship difficulties.

How does stress influence marriage? and how can a relationship Counsellor help? by Laura Lochhead. Email: lauraloch@yahoo.com www.acc-uk.org/counsellor/LOCHL01
Laura Lochhead is an Accredited Counsellor qualified to work with individuals and couples. She is also a Supervisor of Counselling providing supervision to counsellors/student counsellors and has years of experience in helping clients in relationship difficulties.

How have some aspects of modern living contributed to stress, and which techniques can a stress management trainer use to empower clients to reduce their stress levels? by Ken Morton. wellbeingconsultant.weebly.com/
Email: kennethjohn40@outlook.com

Wired, an analysis of Techno-Stress by Jenny Tinmouth.
Email: Jenny.Tinmouth@ucsts.com

An Analyses of the possible causes, development and treatment of a stress-related illness by Dr. Aini Bin Murni.
Email: dr_ainimurni@kcsh.kpjhealth.com Blogsite: www.cendekiaohs.blogspot.com

Stress Management Training for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Burnout by Jan Oakley. Oakley Clinic: www.oakleyclinic.co.uk/
Email: oakleyclinic@btinternet.com

Mindfulness Meditation for Anxiety by Brolax who blogs at: brolax.wordpress.com

Can Stress Management Training break the link between mid-life stress and the likelihood of developing dementia in later years?
by Patricia Saunders who blogs at: www.ataraxisblog.blogspot.co.uk/

How can Stress Management be used in conjunction with other Complementary Therapies? by Patricia Saunders who blogs at: www.ataraxisblog.blogspot.co.uk/

An Analysis of The Causes, Development and Treatment of Stress-related illness by Helen Wentworth-Wood, Helen is a holistic therapist specialising in Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Reiki. Her professional interest lies in the contribution that stress makes towards illness and how we can use relaxation and stress management techniques in conjunction with holistic therapies to achieve well-being of body and mind. Email: helen.www@hotmail.com

Factors Responsible for Occupational Stress Among Expatriate Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) Workers. by Peter Hanson-Alp

How Clients going through Divorce can benefit from Stress Management by Fiona Miller. www.springforward.co.uk

Social Exclusion, Poverty and Stress by Maggi Scott - Provision of 1:1 massage. aromatherapy, relaxation and stress management. Provision of short courses teaching massage, relaxation, simple meditation and stress management offered in workplace and community settings. Provision of community events offering complementary health services. Coordination of Complementary services for the Wester Hales Health Agency, Edinburgh. Email: maggiscott@blueyondr.co.uk www.maggiscott.co.uk

Stress Management Training as part of an Integrated Medicine (IM) Model of Health Care by Maggi Scott - Provision of 1:1 massage. aromatherapy, relaxation and stress management. Provision of short courses teaching massage, relaxation, simple meditation and stress management offered in workplace and community settings. Provision of community events offering complementary health services. Coordination of Complementary services for the Wester Hales Health Agency, Edinburgh. Email: maggiscott@blueyondr.co.uk www.maggiscott.co.uk

Stress in the Caring Professions by Janet Armstrong, Psychotherapist/Counsellor MBPsS, MBACP. Email: janetarmstrong@blueyonder.co.uk

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Utilization and Effectiveness in Stress Management by Chris Whitby. Email: chris.whitby@ymail.com

Developing Resilience and the Management of Stress by Chris Whitby. Email: chris.whitby@ymail.com

The Use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy within a Stress Management Programme by Karen Thomas (Dip COT, SROT, INLPTA).
a fully qualified and accredited Occupational Therapist, Life Coach and NLP Practitioner working in North Devon. Karen runs Red Oak
Coaching a bespoke coaching service for organisations, businesses and individual clients. Email karenthomas@redoakcoaching.co.uk
www.redoakcoaching.co.uk

The Creation of a Wellbeing Farm to Manage Stress by Celia Gaze, MBA, Bsc.(Hons). Email: celiagaze@hotmail.com
www.thewellbeingfarm.com

Stress Management for People with Learning Disabilities by Nikki Phillips I.P.T.I (holistic massage) & I.I.H.H.T.(Indian head massage) and Multi
Sensory Therapist. Email: nikkisweeney@btinternet.com

Stress Management for Teenagers. Turbulent Years by Nikki Phillips I.P.T.I (holistic massage) & I.I.H.H.T.(Indian head massage) and Multi
Sensory Therapist. Email: nikkisweeney@btinternet.com

The Use of Stress Management in Conjunction with other Complemntary Therapiesby Jay Daniels. Email: jay@reikijay.co.uk
www.reikijay.co.uk

The Stress Factors Associated with Young Adults Living at Home with Parents by James Wainwright-Jans.
Email: jameswainwright@consultant.com

Social Factors can be Causative in Stress by Debra Ann Coleflax

Analysis of the possible interventions to deal with exam related stress anxiety for Primary School pupils leading up to and during their Key Stage 2 SAT's by Roy Gaskell, Email: rg.hypnosis@googlemail.com

The Application of Stress Management Techniques to Weight Management for Comfort Eaters By Dr Rebecca Farnham (PhD) who is a fully qualified and accredited Health Coach and Clinical Hypnotherapist who specialises in weight management and eating disorders. Stress is a major contributor to a number of eating disorders from comfort eating to bulimia and once this is recognised recovery and success can be achieved. Dr Farnham organises healthy eating and fitness retreats in Wales as well as running a wellbeing clinic in North Lincolnshire. Accommodation can be arranged as required. Email: rmfarnham@aol.com website: www.velvet-apple.co.uk

Stress and Stress Management in work with Infertility and Assisted Conception Patients by Jennifer Hunt , SAMBICA (Senior Accredited Member British Infertility Counselling Association)

Helping young people to manage stress by Maureen O'Callaghan. Maureen O'Callaghan, Director of Calmspace Limited, is a stress management consultant, trainer and researcher with a special interest in work with young people. For further information visit www.calmspace.co.uk, Email: enquiries@calmspace.co.uk or call Maureen on 01476 572653

Self-esteem and low self-esteem by Christine Wells, Dip.HumCounselling.MBACP (Accred) UKRCP.
www.directionscounselling.co.uk Email: christinewells@directionscounselling.co.uk

Advantages of hypnobehavioural approaches to stress related conditions by Andrew Homer. Email: ghostbuster@blueyonder.co.uk

The value of guided fantasy in stress management training by Andrew Homer. Email: ghostbuster@blueyonder.co.uk

Occupational Stress in the Health Care Profession by Angela King

Physical Relaxation Training by Anouk Vanhecke, MSM. (Belgium).

The formation and process of a specialised group for survivors of sexual abuse and how stress management training can be usefully integrated into this group work. by Chris Yarrow. Email chris_yarrow@hotmail.com.

Stress in Society - Are we all becoming victims? by K.M. Phippen

The potential of Stress Management Training in the prevention of mental ill-health, and, in particular, the development of psychosis.
by Tony Bennett, a Chartered Town Planner by training, has taught stress management and Tai Chi Qigong for over 5 years. He offers group training and one-to-one. He lives in North Yorks near Lancaster. Wmail: releft@macunlimited.net

Stress in the workpace -Early-years care by Lesley MacNay

What is Integrated, Person-centred Stress Management Training? by Joy Hewitt , The College Counselling Service, Stoke on Trent College.

Using Stress Management with Clients with Chronic Pain Conditions by Charity Paijmans. www.stressproofed.co.uk,
email admin@stressproofed.co.uk Tel: 0121 288 3440.

Stress Management Training and Emotional Freedom Techniques by Kathleen Morison, Tel: 01786 833 717. Email: kmorison1@tiscali.co.uk www.mindandbodyhealing.co.uk

The Use of Stress Management Self-Help Techniques to Augment Orthodox Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder. by Stephen Jackson. Email: depressionselfhelp@lycos.com website: http://depressionselfhelp.tripod.com


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