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FACULTY & STAFF ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Professional Resources Samuel A. Vickery, Ph.D January 29, 2009
Emotional Wellness Navigating Change Making Stress Work For You Effective Emotional Expression
Navigating Change “May You Live in Changing Times”
Navigating Change Change brings obsessive concerns about the future: * Increased conflict with peers * Feelings of insecurity * Distrust * Fear * Depression * Illness
Navigating Change How do people Change?
Navigating Change Denial/Shock Resistance/Opposition Exploration/Discovery Commitment/Engagement
Assessing Where We Are In The Change Process Change Assessment
A B D C Assessing Where We Are In The Change Process
Every Good Story Has A:
End Transition Beginning Except Change
Life Stories & Change Beginning End Beginning TransitionMiddleTransitionMiddle End
But Are they really Bad Denial Acceptance
…for Going from Denial to Acceptance AngerFearSadness Denial Acceptance
Who Determines the Outcome? Event + Personal Response =
Tools for Managing Change Explain Reassure Involve Be Fair Empathize Expect good behavior & performance
Making Stress Work For You Definition
STRESS “ ANY STIMULUS THAT THREATENS TO DAMAGE THE ORGANISM “
It’s All About the Uniqueness of You Genetic History Current State Expectation
STRESS MODEL Body Behavior Affect Sensation Imagination Cognition CUE YOU RESPONSE B - A - S - I - C -
WHAT YOU CAN DO Take On the You Nutrition Rest Support Group Do Something for Others Sunshine Breakfast Give In Relax
Stress Related Problems Chronic Fatigue Insomnia Anxiety Depression Procrastination Withdrawal Alcohol Abuse Drug Abuse Food Abuse Aggression
The Story of Quid
Effective Emotional Expression Be Aware & Accept Feelings Positive Outlook Express Feelings (appropriately) Balance Your Work & Life
Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (951) (800)
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Getting Help For mental and emotional problems. When should you get help If any of the following feelings or behaviors persist over a period of time.
Health and Safety Psychosocial Impacts. Mental Health “a state of psychological and emotional well-being that enables an individual to work, love, relate.
Lesson 1 – Mental Disorders Journal: Write as many words as you can think of when you hear the term mental disorder. Categorize the words as positive or.
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