Stress Management and Resiliency. Overview. Definition/Effects of Stress Elements of Stress Reactions to Stress Defense Mechanisms Coping Strategies Time Management Elements of Resiliency Exercise. Defining Stress. Mental, emotional, or physical tension, strain, or distress.
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Stress Management and Resiliency
Mental, emotional, or physical tension, strain, or distress.
An environment filled with reinforcing or opposing forces that either stimulate or inhibit performance.
Current Level of Functioning
Restraining Force A
Driving Force A
Driving Force B
Restraining Force B
Restraining Force C
Driving Force C
Driving Force D
Restraining Force D
Modified from Lewin’s Force Field
Develop resiliency strategies
Learn temporary coping mechanisms
The ability to withstand, recover and/or grow in the face of stressors and changing demands.
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health
Total Human Wellness
Effective Problem Solving
Why might a positive orientation (outlook) be difficult for some?
What type things can you do to maintain a positive outlook on life?
Consider these actions: