Contra Costa College' PsyR-229 Self-Care & Stress Management Conference
Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
The term STRESS is used to express many things and can be used as a noun, verb or adjective.
“I’m dealing with too much stress in my life”
“I’m stressing about how to get all this work done.”
“This is so stressful!”
“I’m having a stress headache and a stress craving for chocolate.”
PsyR-229 Self-Care & Stress Management Conference is a holistic health workshop based on a preventative healthcare model. During the presentation attendees are informed of the impact stress and lack of self-care can have on their physical, psychological and spiritual well-being, and functioning.
Learn Coping Skills and Strategies:
- Self-Care Techniques
- Time Management Techniques
- Develop Individualize Personal Self-Care Plan
- Personalize Schedule Of Daily Interventions
– Actively seeking resolution to reduce stress
Active coping is a healthy promotional strategy that is characterized by actively facing the problem and seeking resources to resolve the situation, i.e. seeking help, seeking information, problem solving, etc
Enhanced coping skills increase your resilience while diminishing the adverse effects of stress, thus promoting holistic health and Wellness.
Conference presenter on the topics of self-care, time management, stress management and reductive techniques is the founder and director of One H.E.A.R.T.T., Inc., Nakieta M. Lankster, MA, Psy.D. Candidate. For more information on One H.E.A.R.T.T.,Inc go to oneheartt.org
The conference site is Argosy University San Francisco Bay Area Campus, Alameda CA. Workshop attendees will also be provided with an opportunity to tour Argosy University campus, and receive valuable information on transfer and financial aid requirements for possible enrollment.
Lite breakfast & lunch will be provided for attendees.
This one day conference is being sponsored by the Contra Costa College' Associated Student Union (ASU), and is primarily for students of Contra Costa College’ Health & Human Service PsyR courses, then CCC students & Staff. Remaining tickets will be offered as "first come" to other interested individuals.
Attendees must register on Eventbrite, print and bring tickets with them to conference for admission.
When & Where
Professor Mary Johnson, MA, MFTI
Contra Costa College’ Health & Human Service, Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery (PsyR) Certificate of Accomplishment:
Consist of 4 courses that lead to a Certificate of Accomplishment Psychosocial Rehabilitation. HHS-228 - Intro to Psychosocial Rehabilitation is offered during the fall terms and HHS-229 - Psychosocial Rehabilitation & Recovery is offered during the spring terms both courses provide intensive rehabilitation and recovery training for students intending to work in the field of mental health.