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Counseling and Social Services

Stress and Coping

Stress is the pressure and tension a person feels when they are faced with a situation that is new, unpleasant or threatening (Stress Management Self Care Handbook, 1999). Stress is very much a part of life. It affects everyone at some time or another. A certain amount of stress can be good in that it moves us to meet life’s challenges. However, too much stress can cause both physical and emotional damage. This course depicts the situations that cause stress and how we emotionally and physically choose to cope with it.

This course will award 1 continuing education credit hours.  Please see board approval information below.

Course ID: 20-3226   
Provider Number:  50-204                                                                                                                                 

Author:  Reese Smith M.Ed., CAP, LMHC 

Relevance:  This course is designed for masters level counselors, addiction professions and nurses who have direct client contact


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