Behind the Curtain: The Multifaceted Impacts of Stress (and How to Get a Handle of Them!)

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Almost everyone's stress levels are at an all-time high as we adjust to life with a global pandemic. It is critical to address stress as it impacts us emotionally, cognitively, mentally, and physically. Many of us have read books or listened to lectures on the topic, but we still walk around carrying too much stress. In this presentation, you will learn the science behind the stress process, including what starts it, as well as many quick techniques to manage stress in our daily lives. Attendees will leave with a wide variety of tools to put into practice.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand what happens in our bodies, minds, and emotions when we feel stress
  • Learn a specific model to help identify the stress process
  • Recognize our own responses to adrenaline and how it impacts us
  • Utilize the concepts of Mindfulness to ground ourselves in the present moment
  • Take home new techniques to effectively stop the stress process in its tracks including breathing techniques, meditation, and other tools to manage stress

​Lynn Breuer

Director of Community Outreach & Wellness

Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit, West Bloomfield, Michigan

Lynn Breuer is the Director of Community Outreach & Wellness at Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit. In addition to being a licensed Master of Social Work, Lynn is also a Certified Dementia Practitioner, Health Coach and New England Cognitive Center Master Program Trainer who often presents at local and national workshops. Lynn is passionate about brain health and taking the stigma out of cognitive changes, and worked closely with the New England Cognitive Center to transition cognitive training programs from in-person to virtual delivery during the recent pandemic. In her spare time Lynn loves to cook, often swapping recipes with friends and family, and spends as much of the summer in the pool as possible.

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10/14/2021 at 12:15 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
10/14/2021 at 12:15 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes (1 hour session) - Almost everyone's stress levels are at an all-time high as we adjust to life with a global pandemic. It is critical to address stress as it impacts us emotionally, cognitively, mentally, and physically. Many of us have read books or listened to lectures on the topic, but we still walk around carrying too much stress. In this presentation, you will learn the science behind the stress process, including what starts it, as well as many quick techniques to manage stress in our daily lives. Attendees will leave with a wide variety of tools to put into practice.
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